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Olsztyn (German: Allenstein) is a historic town and capital of the Warmian-Masurian Voivodship in northern Poland. The city is home to 175,000 inhabitants and boasts a beautiful Gothic city centre. Some charming Masurian lakes are very close and the city has basically grown around them.

Get in

By plane

There is an international airport in the near town of Szczytno, but more flights go from Warsaw: Warsaw Chopin Airport: For those travelling from Warsaw serviced by Polski Express. See also: Routes/Timetable

By train

The Polish State Railways have train connections from Warsaw and Gdańsk as well as Białystok. There are also direct trains to/from Kraków during the summer.

By car

You can easily get there by car from WarsawGdańsk and Białystok.

By bus

Many international connections (see Poland::By bus).

Get around


  • 1 Old Town Hall, Stare Miasto 33. 
  • 2 Castle of the Warmian Chapter (Zamek Kapituły Warmińskiej), Zamkowa 2, ☏ +48 89 527 95 96. Closed on M. 
  • 3 Planetarium and Astronomic Observatory, al. Piłsudskiego 38. 
  • 4 Co-cathedral Basilica of Saint Jacob the Apostle, Stanisława Staszica 11, ☏ +48 89 527 32 80. 
  • 5 High Gate (Wysoka Brama), Staromiejska 16. 



  • International Theatre Festival DEMOLUDY is held every October and became one of the biggest festivals presenting contemporary theatre and drama from former communist countries.





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