Pruszcz Gdański open for travellers!

Pruszcz Gdański – a town in Pomeranian Voivodeship, in Gdansk County, on the Radunia River, belonging to the Tricity agglomeration, adjacent to Gdansk from the south.

The railway station in Pruszcz Gdański has a simple, geometric body, with an elevation of glass, aluminium and clinker brick. Also noteworthy is the clock tower. The passenger service area has been maximally illuminated through the use of glazing, while the station’s technical facilities are ‘hidden’ behind a clinker brick elevation.


The station has been fitted with Station Collective Displays and a call-out system in the toilets, so that assistance can be summoned at any time in an emergency.


Pruszcz Gdański railway station was built as part of the Station Investment Programme 2016-2023 with EU funding from the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment. It is a modern, functional and comfortable station adapted to the needs of all passengers.

fot. PKP S.A.