How to travel by SKM trains?

SKM (Fast City Train) connects Sopot to stations in Gdynia and Gdańsk as well as further away towns. Trains call at three stops in Sopot. SKM platform (peron 1) is just aside long-distance trains platform (peron 2) and two other stops are located in neighbourhoods Kamienny Potok and Wyścigi. SKM trains leave several times per hour so it is unusual to wait more than a couple of minutes for next train. Journey to Gdańsk takes 21 minutes, and to Gdynia 15 minutes.

The main line from Gdańsk Śródmieście towards Wejherowo (lines S1, S2, S3) runs through Sopot. In Gdynia, Gdańsk Wrzeszcz, you can change to other lines (PKM – Pomeranian Metro Rail) going to the airport, Kościerzyna and Kartuzy (S6, S7, S8, S9).

The airport may be reached by a direct SKM train or with an interchange.


The price of a one-way ticket depends on the distance traveled and is calculated according to the distance measured every 6km.

The price of a three-day, daily, family and group ticket depends on the number of cities in the zone where the ticket is valid.

SKM tickets can be purchased in ticket dispenser machines and at station desks. Tickets obtained at the desk require validation in a stamping machine prior to the actual departure. The cheapest are tickets for one-way journey without leaving the train. Schedule of trains:

How to buy a ticket in a dispenser machine?

  1. Select the destination station
  2. Type and number of tickets
  3. Pay - all ticket machines accept coins and banknotes, in some you can pay by card and buy bus and tram tickets


Children under 4 years old travel for free on displaying a document stating their age.

  • 37% Students of national primary and secondary school carrying school ID
  • 51% Students and doctoral students of Polish universities
  • 33% Public school teachers