Łańcut

Łańcut (pronounced: Wine-tsoot) is a town in the Polish part of East Galicia in the outskirts of Rzeszów.

Łańcut Castle

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The closest international and domestic airport is Rzeszów-Jasionka Airport near Rzeszów, about 25 km from Łańcut.

From Rzeszów city centre, you can take either train or coach (bus). Travel time equals 20 and 30 minutes respectively. The 50.08138322.2274061 Łańcut Railway Station is out of town centre and you have to walk about 2 km to the centre. You can find also bus stop about 200 m from railway station and take a bus to the city centre. Train tickets start from 5.30 zł for the slowest (ordinary) train (normal ticket, 2nd class).

A more convenient way is to take a bus from Rzeszów. There are two main bus stops when you can catch the bus.

From Central bus station (‘Dworzec Autobusowy’ or ‘Dworzec PKS’) – it is located just next to the railway station. Buses are operated by private companies. The cheapest tickets are offered by local carriers, Veolia and PKS Leżajsk – about 3 zł (may differ in peak hours). Some buses terminate in Łańcut (Łańcut ‘Dworzec PKS’), but many go further with stop in Dworzec PKS, so you can take also these ones (say to driver ‘Łańcut’ and if it runs through this town, the driver will sell you a ticket). Buses depart in Rzeszów from stand nr 6 and 7. They usually stop at all bus stops on the way from Rzeszów to Łańcut.

You can also take one of the private carriers from the bus stop near famous Rzeszów monument – Revolution Act Monument. Buses departs from the same bus stop as local city’s buses (the yellow ones). There is a number of bus carriers: Guliwer, Pola and others. They terminate at different location (Łańcut, Leżajsk, Przeworsk, etc.), but all stops in Łańcut. Travel takes also 30 min and costs also around 3 zł. Connection may be served either by typicl buses or smaller vans (look for carrier’s brand on the bus and sign with destination marked usually on windscreen). In most cases, buses from here stop in different bus stop in Łańcut than for PKS buses. They stop in other bus station called by locals ‘Ruski Rynek’ (Russian Market) at Cetnarskiego Street.

The bus stations and railway station are located in different places in Łańcut, so it inconvenient to change the bus/train which departs from different station. The 50.07120922.2383331 Łańcut Bus Station is very close to the town centre, all highlights can be reached easily on foot. ‘Dworzec Autobusowy (PKS)’ has waiting room and bar, while next to ‘ruski rynek’, there is a market with clothes and food stalls.

Full timetable (covers almost all carriers): e-podróżnik

You can also go to Łańcut by long-distance buses. Check the section ‘Get in by bus’ in Poland.

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