Visitor Information

Travel to Warsaw

Warsaw is located in the heart of Europe. Europe’s one of most accessible city connected with the world via two international airports and a fast rail network.

  • Direct flights from more than 130 global locations operate by 45 airlines
  • High-speed train connections across Europe

Arriving by air

 

Warsaw offers huge international appeal thanks to the best transport links in Europe.

Delegates can access Warsaw via direct flights from cities across the globe. Most of Europe’s principal cities are within two-hour flight. You’ll also find a vast selection of low-cost airlines can connect the Europe to your event in Warsaw.

Visitors can reach Warsaw via 2 international airports which collectively handled over 12 million passengers in 2014

Airport Connections

Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) boasts excellent connections to the City Centre The fastest route to central Warsaw is 25 minutes on the trains, departing every 20 minutes. An alternative travel option is via bus #175

Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI) brings visitors into the north of the City. is one of Europe’s fastest growing
airport. It takes 50 minutes to reach central Warsaw by train or 60 min by coach.

Arriving by train

 

Warsaw provides direct train connections to: Berlin (6h), Prague (8h), Vienna (8h), Budapest (9h), Minsk (10h), Moscow (18h)

There are also fast connections with the Pendolino trains, which make tours to other major cities in Poland very convenient: Kraków (2,5h), Poznań (3h), Gdańsk (3h), Wrocław (3,5h)

The connections are operated by PKP Intercity (Poland’s largest rail operator). Tickets can be bought online. The prices vary from 60 PLN to 150 PLN. Check the timetable and find connection.

Public transportation

Warsaw offers an elaborate public transit network of tram, bus, metro and urban rapid rail lines. Public transport tickets are also valid on trains serving the Warsaw conurbation. Schedules put up at stops provide indicative travel times. More information about Warsaw public transport can be found on: www.ztm.waw.pl/index.php?l=2

All of Warsaw centre is a pay parking zone. Curbside parking meters are placed in city streets to collect parking charges as applicable in specific zones.

Warsaw is served by several taxicab companies. The best way to summon a taxi is by telephone. To that end, you may ask for the assistance of a City Information Point attendant.

To see the map of Warsaw and plan your convenient journey with public transport, we recommend using the journey planner: warszawa.jakdojade.pl/?locale=en