The Anonymous Widower

The Toilets In Katowice Station

When I saw the toilets, I just had to take pictures and they deserve a section of their own.

In some ways, these facilities are a great reason to choose Katowice as a station to change trains.

I think they cost me about twenty pence to enter.

They give the phrase going to the loo, a whole new meaning. Apparently 2theloo is a Dutch idea and company.

June 12, 2015 - Posted by | Transport | , , ,


  1. They look great, but how do they smell – often a problem with public toilets in UK, even the ladies loos

    Comment by nosnikrapzil | June 25, 2015 | Reply

  2. I don’t think they smelled of anything. But look at all my pictures of Poland. Can you see any litter or rubbish that’s been dropped. I think in all my time in Poland and in Gdansk and Warsaw last year, I’ve only seen one real nasty on the pavement. And that was one of these exotic coffees that it looked like someone had dropped. The bins did seem full in the morning, before they had been emptied of the previous night’s rubbish, but that is allowable.

    Comment by AnonW | June 25, 2015 | Reply

  3. Glad to hear they smell, if they it on means they look clean but aren’t really. Yes all the pictures you have sent are littler free.

    The bins here are often full, and with bags of rubbish beside them – not good at all. some people who fill their general waste bin are leaving the overspill in bags at the side of the street bins. and you can often see through the bag that much of the rubbish consists of paper/card which have their own recycling bin.

    Comment by nosnikrapzil | June 25, 2015 | Reply

  4. They certainly didn’t smell!

    Comment by AnonW | June 25, 2015 | Reply

  5. An absolute paradise. I was in the Katowice train station and felt one of those nasty stomach growls. I was reluctant to use a public washroom. So hesitantly, I paid my 3 zl and entered to find some lady immediately cleaning the stall after some gentleman went about his business. So, I think to myself, maybe, it will be partially clean…..but to my surprise….everything was sparkling and no signs of nasties of the liquid or solid variety. I sat back and relaxed. The stress of using a public washroom was all forgotten as I listed to the gently piped in music and admired the stall wrapped walls of an exotic destination (some sandy beach picture with palm trees) if I recall correctly….. at least that’s how peaceful it felt. After completing the task at hand, I went to the sink to wash up finding a variety of soaps, sprays and colognes. I could not believe how clean the sinks were. I happily left a tip to the cleaning staff. If only all washrooms were like this!!!! Good work Katowice!!!! I will recommend this to all my friends.

    Comment by Chris | January 29, 2020 | Reply

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