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The public transportation system in Poland is easy. Depending on the size of the city you can find buses, trams and trolleybuses. Metro is only in Warsaw. Poland is quite advanced when it comes to handicapped transportation.

There are many different bus lines in big cities, connecting every point throughout. In smaller cities, there will be less lines available. Trams are available throughout the day. The subway is only available in Warsaw. This service runs from 5am to 1am Sunday through Thursday, and from 5am to 3am at the weekend. It is allowed to carry luggage, bicycles and animals on the metro. Urban rapid rail service SKM is a rapid rail service and runs over two zones. This is also only available in Warsaw.

Tickets are available at newspapers stands, from machines marked with the word "Bilety". It is often complicated to purchase a ticket onboard, therefore you should buy tickets beforehand. It is possible for students to get discounted tickets.

All public transportation services are readily equipped to handle wheelchairs. Metro validation machines are available by the disabled lifts in the metro stations.