Car Hire at Poznan Airport
This information is correct as of October 2015
Whether it’s the good looks of Wroclaw, the charm of Bydgoszcz of the lively spirit of Poznan that draw you to Poland, you can find the best car hire at Poznan Airport with Skyscanner.
Where to hire a car at Poznan Airport
There are seven car hire companies with desks at Poznan Airport: Awos24, Autonaczas, Europecar, Sixt, Hertz, Budget and Avis. All of the desks are inside the terminal, so you don’t need to go far to pick up your car.
Petrol stations near Poznan Airport
Depending on your car rental agreement, you may need to hand your car back with a full tank.
Luckily there is a Shell garage located just 4 minutes drive from Poznan Airport. Head east from the airport and turn right on to Bukowska or the DW307. Turn left then right on to Bulgarska and the Shell garage will be on the right hand side.
Driving around Poznan Airport
Poznan Airport is well connected to the region’s main roads. It is situated on 285 Bukowska Street (the national road 307) approximately 7 kilometres west of the city centre. The A2 highway gives access to the airport from the east and south via the national road 307. The A2 also leads to Warsaw. The express s-11 leads to the north of the country.
Getting to your destination
We’ve put together a quick guide on getting to the most popular destinations from Poznan Airport.
This charming Polish town is on the banks of the Brda and Vistula Rivers. Its centrepiece is a lovely museum which is located inside an architecturally beautiful building while another source of pride is its philharmonic orchestra. This place is also a mecca for music fans with many music festivals popping up in this tranquil location throughout the year. With a national park at its outskirts, this is also a wonderful place for walker, hikers and outdoors enthusiasts.
It takes just 2 hours to reach Bydgoszcz by car from Poznan Airport. Take the DW307 from the airport and get on the A2. Follow this to the E261/S5 and then on to the DK5 towards Bydgoszcz. Follow the signs to the city centre.
This good looking city is awash with Hapsburg beauty, Prussian history and a general Bohemian vibe. Home to dukes and emperors once upon a time, their legacy has remained. Wroclaw is Poland’s Vienna. A stunning market square with an awe-inspiring UESCO protected cathedral surrounded by coffee houses and cosy cafes are at its heart while a year of festivals and events, nightclubs and lively bars and restaurants keeps the city feeling young and vibrant. Wroclaw’s rivers, bridges, idyllic parks and eerie gothic architecture are wonderful to see on your travels around this mesmerising city.
It takes just under three hours to reach Wroclaw by car from Poznan Airport. Take Zlotowska from the airport and head for the D5K5. Follow his to the S5 towards Wroclaw. Follow signs to the city centre.
This energetic city boasts a beautiful old town centre where laid back cafes and breath-taking architecture mingle with raucous nightclubs, lively bars, packed restaurants and local pubs. Its museums and galleries will keep any art lover happy while its shopping is a delightful mix of chic boutiques and outdoor markets. Lush green parks provide space to get away from it all, but you won’t want to stay away for too long!
Poznan is just 15 minutes from the airport by car. Head east from the airport, turn right onto Bukowska, take a left and get on Zeylanda. Stay on the right and merge with Zwierzyniecka following signs to the centre of Poznan.
On street parking is charged from Monday to Friday between 8am and 6pm, and on Saturdays between 8am and 2pm. The prices vary depending on the area you are parking in but starts from 3PLN per hour. There are also car parks available for longer term parking. Some hotels in Poznan also offer free parking.
Prices subject to change