Timetable on your mobile
At the beginning of July 2009, 2D code plates were installed at municipal transport stops.
By means of the codes, passengers have easier access to websites with valid timetables for the relevant stop. Instead of entering www.mobi.wroclaw.pl/przystanek_xxxxx.html, where xxxxx is the number of the stop, it is sufficient to use a special application on your mobile phone. In newer phones, this is pre-installed. Owners of slightly older mobiles may download the application from the Internet and install it similarly to ringtones.
You may download a free application called FOTOKODY by sending a text message with the word "fotokody" to the following free-of-charge number: 8085.
The 2D code takes you to the website with information on subsequent departures from the relevant stop for vehicles of each relevant line. The departures are listed from the earliest (from the moment when the website is displayed) to the last.
The website contains links to full (regular) timetables.
Ticket types and prices
Information on types of single-ride and season tickets for municipal transport in Wroclaw.
The single-ride ticket entitles you to travel once by one means of transport – by bus or tram.
The single-ride ticket entitles you to travel on regular and suburban lines or express and night lines. This becomes proof of payment of the travel fee when you validate it in the ticket validator in a given vehicle and remains valid until the person who paid with it exits the vehicle, but no longer than until the vehicle arrives at the final stop for the given direction of the line or the last stop before the arrival at the depot.
If the vehicle's course is interrupted due to an emergency, the single-ride ticket allows you to travel further in a vehicle indicated by the carrier in whose vehicle the ticket has been validated.
You may pay for a single ride with several tickets with a total value of no less than the due amount.
You may not give your validated ticket to another person.
The short-term ticket is to be validated once and remains valid from the time of validation for: 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes, 24 hours, 48 hours, 72 hours or 168 hours. During the validity of the short-term ticket, you may change buses/trams as often as you wish. The time you take to change vehicles counts as travel time.
A validated 30, 60 or 90-minute ticket remains valid in emergency situations when it is impossible to continuing travelling on the same tram or bus, in particular in the case of: failure of a tram or bus, road accident or power failure, provided that you validate the ticket again within 30 minutes from the occurrence of the above-mentioned circumstances.
A validated short-term ticket for a tram or bus is still valid on other trams and buses on all lines of the relevant type during its validity.
Two reduced-fare short-term tickets: of the 30-minute, 60-minute, 90-minute, 24-hour, 48-hour, 72-hour and 168-hour type replace the corresponding full-fare tickets: of the 30-minute, 60-minute, 90-minute, 24-hour, 48-hour, 72-hour and 168-hour type, provided that they are validated at the same time.
Personal tickets are encoded on personalised Wroclaw Municipal Cards URBANCARD (with a photo printed on it and with the full name of the user).
The personal ticket entitles the indicated person to travel by municipal transport during its validity on specified types of lines.
Bearer tickets are encoded on non-personalised Wroclaw Municipal Cards URBANCARD with the wording "NA OKAZICIELA" (BEARER).
The bearer ticket entitles its holder to travel by municipal transport during its validity on all types of municipal transport lines.
The two-line season ticket entitles you to travel on two lines of your choice and on other lines whose route has the same direction and along the itinerary of the line indicated on the ticket, i.e. from the stop bearing the same name and starting the common itinerary to the last stop bearing the same name and ending the common itinerary, excluding the departure from and arrival at the depot.
The 4-month semester personal ticket - this entitles the person indicated on the ticket to travel on two freely-chosen lines or on all types of lines for the period of four months counted:
• from 1 October to 31 January or
• from 1 February to 31 May.
The 5-month semester personal ticket - it entitles the person indicated on the ticket to travel on two freely-chosen lines or on all types of lines for the period of five months counted:
• from 1 September to 31 January or
• from 1 February to 30 June.
Agglomeration tickets are integrated tickets for the train / tram / bus.
The Large Wroclaw Agglomeration (Duża Aglomeracja Wrocławska) – in municipal transport within the territory of Wroclaw and in REGIO and passenger trains, in the 2nd class of Przewozy Regionalne and Koleje Dolnośląskie trains, within the area between the following stations: Strzelin, Jaworzyna Śląska, Wołów, Żmigród, Oleśnica, Jelcz-Laskowice, Oława, Malczyce, Trzebnica, to a station in Wroclaw (e.g. Wrocław Sołtysowice).
In the case of the Large Wroclaw Agglomeration, the personal monthly ticket of Przewozy Regionalne Sp. z o.o. or Koleje Dolnośląskie with the Community sticker entitles you to unlimited travel on the shortest route or route indicated on the ticket, between all the stations of the sector for which it has been issued, on passenger trains, 2nd class, and to unlimited travel on all normal and fast lines of municipal transport within the Wroclaw city limits.
The Community sticker may be purchased for:
- PLN 86.00 (reduced fare PLN 43.00) for all lines,
- PLN 72.00 (reduced fare PLN 36.00) for all regular lines.
You may buy integrated tickets for the Large Wroclaw Agglomeration and the Community Stickers from ticket offices at train stations.
Charges for railway agglomeration travels depends on the length of the route covered.
By train with an MPK ticket
A valid MPK ticket is sufficient for you to travel on passenger trains between all the stations in Wroclaw.
Types of accepted tickets:
Season tickets encoded on the URBANCARD:
personal tickets for all lines and all regular lines (7-day, 30-day, 60-day, 90-day and semester tickets) and bearer tickets (30-day, 60-day and 90-day tickets)
Season tickets encoded on Electronic Student ID Cards (Elektroniczna Legitymacja Studencka - ELS):
personal tickets for all lines and all regular lines (7-day, 30-day, 60-day, 90-day and semester tickets)
Conventional (paper) tickets:
short-term tickets which have already been validated in a vehicle of the municipal public transport (24-hour, 48-hour, 72-hour and 168-hour tickets)
Tickets on phones:
short-term (24-hour, 48-hour, 72-hour and 168-hour) tickets
• If you wish to travel by train in Wroclaw with a short-term paper ticket, you need to validate it first in an MPK vehicle.
• You may travel within the city limits only and between stations whose names contain "Wroclaw".
• The offer covers travel by 2nd class via passenger trains of Koleje Dolnośląskie and REGIO trains of Przewozy Regionalne.
• Travelling by train without a ticket is subject to an additional fee, in line with the regulations of railway carriers, similarly to MPK.