The difference between traveling in the Tesalla and Mazovia regions.

1. Public transport in Warsaw.

1. Public transport in Warsaw is well organized. It is the only place in Poland with an underground station. In addition, in Warsaw there are buses, high-speed city rail and trams. The coordination is carried out by the Public Transport Authority (ZTM) in Warsaw. In order for people to legally travel by means of transport, a city card or one-time tickets are required.

2. City railway in Warsaw.

2. The lines of the overhead urban high-speed rail connect the center of Warsaw with its suburbs and some satellite towns. These lines are the beginning of the SKM network (agglomeration railway), covering the entire railway junction of Warsaw. Together with the Warsaw Metro, they form the backbone of public transport in Warsaw, supplemented by the Warsaw Commuter Railway (WKD) and the connections of Koleje Mazowieckie.

3. Traveling on the roads of Thessaly.

3. The landscape of Thessaly is hilly, surrounded on all sides by mountain ranges. It is worth visiting the complex of monasteries on the rocks called Meteora and the beautiful town of Trikala. The coast of Thessaly is a real paradise, especially the Pilion Peninsula. According to legend, it is a place of rest for the Greek gods. Here we can discover the real Greece – a fascinating country with sandy beaches, tasty cuisine and kind inhabitants.

4. City railway in Warsaw.

4. In Thessaly, the railway was decommissioned for environmental reasons, as it produced a high percentage of air pollution. It is a good example of an ecological solution in transport.

5. Water transport in Mazovia and Thessaly.

5. Water transport in the Mazovia region plays an important role in the Polish water transport, because the largest river in Poland – the Vistula – flows through Mazovia.

6. Ecological solutions for transport.

6. Ecological solutions in transport are becoming an indispensable tool to fight environmental pollution and global warming.

Here are some of the green solutions:

a) a bicycle trip;                                                                                           b) electric scooter;                                                                                      c) use of public transport;                                                                         d) rollers;                                                                                                        e) replacement of a combustion engine car with an electric one.