Most flights to Warsaw land at Chopin Airport (www.lotnisko-chopina.pl) about 10 km from the city centre.
You can reach the city centre by public transportation:
– bus number 175 runs to the centre and around the Old Town (Stare Miasto)
– bus numbers 148 and 188 run to the other side of the river, to Praga, Grochów and Gocław
– night bus number N32 runs to the city centre
– suburban train line S2, S3 or RL – more information
Transport tickets are required on all lines.
A taxi rank in front of the Terminal offers selected and reliable taxi companies: Ele Taxi, Sawa Taxi, Super Taxi.
Avoid people in the Arrivals Hall encouraging you to use random taxis. They are often unlicensed and their fees are several times higher than registered and legal taxis.
A multilevel car park is available at the airport where you can leave your car for several hours or days.
Warsaw Modlin Airport
Warsaw Modlin Airport (modlinairport.pl) is located around 35 km north-west from the city centre.
Access to the city from the airport:
Koleje Mazowieckie trains depart from Modlin railway station, which can be reached by a special airport bus that leaves from the airport terminal at times coordinated with the train timetable. A special airport ticket that costs 19 PLN can be purchased in the airport terminal. More information
Estimated journey time: 1 hour 15 minutes
OKbus and Modlinbus service operate 24 hours a day at times coordinated with the flight schedule. Services offer direct connection with the centre of Warsaw with buses stopping in front of the Kinoteka cinema in the Palace of Culture and Science. Tickets are available in the Arrivals Hall, in the bus (payment by cash or by card is accepted), at the point of sale in the Palace of Culture and Science and online at www.okbus.pl and www.modlinbus.pl. For more information call +48 703 403 993 or email.
Estimated journey time: 45 minutes.
The airport recommends two taxi companies Sawa Taxi and Taxi Modlin. Transfer to the centre of Warsaw range from 100 to 200 PLN (depending on the district.)
CAUTION! We strongly advise against using taxis offered by random people in the Arrivals Hall and highly recommend using licensed taxi companies.
Warsaw has three large railway stations with international and domestic long-distance connections:
– Warszaw Centralna, Aleje Jerozolimskie 54
Located in the heart of the city, it is reachable from all districts of Warsaw.
– Warszawa Zachodnia, Aleje Jerozolimskie 144
Thanks its location right next to the international bus station, it’s a good point for people taking long-distance (both national and international) buses.
– Warszawa Wschodnia, ul. Lubelska 1
The station is located on the Praga side of the river.
Train tickets can be purchased at the ticket windows (kasa) in the stations, on the internet or at selected travel agencies. You can also purchase your ticket on the train from the conductor, whom you must seek out immediately upon boarding the train. Tickets sold on the train are subject to an additional fee.
The bus station Dworzec PKS Warszawa Zachodnia at Aleje Jerozolimskie 144 offers international and national connections.
Tickets for national and international routes can be purchased at ticket offices at the station and on the website E-Podróżnik:
tel. 703 402 802