By plane: The Katowice International Airport in Pyrzowice is the third largest airport in Poland with regard to the number of passengers served. Located in the north of the Metropolis, (30 km from the centre of Katowice), it offers connections to numerous European cities and provides access to the internationally important stopover centres in Frankfurt and London. Another advantage is the proximity to airports in Kraków (Balice) and Ostrava (Mosnov) – making it the only region in Poland served by three international airports.
By car: The Cztery Wieże investment is located near the main transportation routes of Silesia: Drogowa Trasa Średnicowa (central motorway) and A4 motorway. Located at Chorzowska Street, it is one of the most important roads in the region, consisting of 6 to 12 traffic lanes, depending on the section. Average afternoon traffic volume amounts to approximately 3 thousand vehicles per hour
Distances to selected locations:
- Railway station – 5 km
- Silesia City Center - 3 km
- Spodek arena - 5 km
- Katowice International Fair – 4 km
- EXPO Silesia Sosnowiec Fair and Exhibition Centre - 20 km
By foot: The Cztery Wieże facility neighbours the largest Silesian housing estate – the Tysiąclecia Estate, with a population of more than 20,000.
On the other side of Chorzowska Street lies the Silesian Culture and Recreation Park named after General Jerzy Ziętek. It is the Green Island on the map of Katowice, visited by tens of thousands of people. The park is the largest municipal one in Europe. The following facilities are located on the area of more than 600 hectares: Silesian Zoo, Funfair, Planetarium and numerous cycling and walking routes that provides a venue for physical activity for the local people.
Numerous public transport stops are nearby, too.