Bytom is an industrial city in the Silesian Voivodeship in southern Poland. It is a part of the Silesian Metropolis of which the capital is nearby Katowice.

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At a distance of about 23 km north of Bytom is located international airport “Katowice” in Pyrzowice.

In addition, at a distance of about 80 km there is the International Airport Krakow-Balice. It is the largest regional airport in the country and the second after Warsaw airport by number of passengers. It supports persistent connections cruise with more than twenty airlines: Air France, Eurolot, LOT, Lufthansa.

In the near distance (approx. 70-90 km) from Bytom is also an international airport Ostrava-Mošnov in the Czech Republic. With its services are used by almost fifteen airlines: Austrian Airlines, Air Europa and Fischer Air.

The 50.34309718.9150681 Bytom railway station is located on the southern edge of the historical centre.

Bytom is an important road junction. It lies on the crossroads of major routes of regional, national and international levels. Thus provides good connections to the cities of the Upper Silesian agglomeration and the major urban centers in the country, but also from countries: Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany and Ukraine. Additional road connections with the city on the north-south A1 highway provides.

The main public transport company in Bytom is KZK GOP, which supports the tram and bus stops. On his instructions, all tram lines are operated by the company Silesian Trams and bus services include, among others the PKM Katowice, PKM Świerklaniec and Nowak Transport.

The 50.34379118.9133121 Bytom bus station can be reached by the following bus lines (KZK GOP and MZKP): 14, 17, 19, 20, 24, 39, 42, 52, 53, 85, 91, 92, 94, 99, 104, 114, 127, 132 , 135, 146, 148 (167), 169, 173, 176, 183, 184, 185, 192, 201, 227, 280, 608, 623, 700, 708, 734, 735, 750, 820, 830, 850 and bus stations.

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