Car hire from Poznan Airport
Situated in west-central Poland, Poznan is a charming old town brimming with history and an active night life which makes this little Polish town appeal to all. As both a tourist and business destination hiring a car from Poznan Airport is a popular option and one of the easiest ways to get around Poznan and the surrounding towns in Poland. Skyscanner can help you find the best car hire deal available from Poznan Airport.
Where to hire a car at Poznan Airport
Car hire from Poznan Airport is available from international car hire companies such as Avis, Budget, Hertz, Sixt, Express, Panek and Europcar. You can also hire a car from local car hire companies Autonaczas and Awos24. All of the car hire desks are located within the arrivals hall of the airport.
Petrol stations near Poznan Airport
Rental vars are typically supplied with a full tank of fuel and you will be required to refuel the car prior to dropping it off to ensure you do not encounter any fuel charges.
There is a 24 hour BP petrol station directly outside of Poznan Airport on Bukowska. If you are approaching the airport from the east you will pass a BP station on Bukowska in Wysogotowo, a 7 minute drive from the airport. If you’re driving to the airport from Poznan city centre a Shell Station is enroute on Bułgarska off of Bukowska.
Driving around Poznan Airport
Poznan Airport is well connected to the central region of Poland with easy access to roads such as the E30, S11 and national road 92. The main road out of Poznan Airport is the Bukowska, DW307 which runs west to Poznan and east to the small towns of Poland.
Getting to your destination
Here is a guide to some of the popular destinations for visitors to this region of west-central Poland which can easily be reached from Poznan Airport after hiring a car.
Poznan is an exciting city which combines its historic roots with a lively atmosphere, unique attractions and plenty to see and do. The central Old Market Square is a hub of activity, especially during summer months with the Jarmark Świętojański street fair in June and street theatre performances.
Driving from Poznan Airport to Poznan will take approximately 13 minutes via Bukowska for 6.2km.
Short stay street parking is available in Poznan with meters available to pay for tickets. If you require longer stays checking out the parking options at hotels in Poznan would be recommended.
Kostrzyn nad Odra
Kostrzyn nad Odra is a small town on the Poland/Germany border which is known for hosting the annual Woodstock Festival, one of the biggest open air festivals in the world.
Poznan Airport to Kostrzyn nad Odrą is a 2 hour, 178km drive via the A2. Parking is available within the town however if travelling during the Woodstock Festival you should plan ahead as places may be limited.
Wrzesnia is a small and historic city in Poland, rich in World War 2 history. You will find a number of points of interest such as The Regional Museum of Września Children and The Chapel of Holy Cross.
Poznan Airport to Wrzesnia is a 55 minute, 75km drive via the A2 heading west.