town and administrative center of Iława district in Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship of northeastern Poland
Unfortunately there are no international connections, but Iława has good domestic connections with almost all major cities in Poland.
- Warsaw - 8 times per day (3h journey)
- Kraków - 6 times per day (6-7h journey)
- Gdańsk - 8 times per day (1.5-2h journey)
- Olsztyn - 7 times per day (1h journey)
- Poznań - 3 times per day (3h journey).
Schedules can be found on the PKP website 
There are two train stations - 1 Iława Główna and the smaller 2 Iława Miasto. Not all trains stop at Iława Miasto so try to get out at Iława Główna.
Public transport served by ZKM has 7 bus lines. A single ticket costs 2.80 zł.
Taxis are available and tend to be cheap. Tipping is not obligatory. The cheapest taxi corporations are Wodnik and Hallo Taxi. The most expensive taxis are at the train station.
Sadly, much of Iława was destroyed in World War II. However, some interesting attractions have survived.
- 1 Church of the Transfiguration, Kościelna 1, ☏ +48 89 648 26 41. Built in 1317-1325 in Gothic style.
- 4 Baroque sculptures on the main street - Jupiter, Junona, Meduza and Herkules (first half of 18th century) obtained from the palace in Kamieniec Suski
- Eastern Orthodox Church.
- Secessionist villas and palaces
- Medieval fortified settlement (grodzisko) on Wielka Żuława island (the biggest inland island in Poland)
- 2 Town Hall, Niepodległości 13. From the 1910s.
- 3 Watermill. Unfortunately nowadays the building is hidden large commercial panels and threatened by destruction.
- Water sports: sailing, kayaking on Jeziorak lake
- Bike rental
- Horse riding