Warsaw Public Bike Veturilo
There are 300 stations where you can rent a Veturilo city bike in Warsaw. A total of over 3,000 bikes are offered, including 2,700 conventional bikes, 300 electric bikes and 30 tandems. For the first 20 minutes, rides are free. The bikes are accessible around-the-clock from 1 March to 30 November, a nine-month period. They can be found in all of Warsaw’s 18 districts, but Śródmieście, Wola, and Praga Południe have the highest concentration.
How to register?
✔ via the website veturilo.waw.pl
✔ via the Veturilo mobile app
An initial fee of at least PLN 10 must be paid during registration.
How do I rent a bike?
1. Open the Veturilo Mobile App.
2. Scan the QR code on the bike or enter the bike number.
3. Click “Rent a bike” (Wypożycz rower).
4. The O-lock located on the rear wheel will open automatically. Additionally, the lock has a function that allows you to park a bike safely without ending the rental.
Where to rent and return a bike?
You can find an up-to-date list of all locations from which you rent and return a bike at veturilo.waw.pl/en/map and in the app.
Bikes are still best left at Veturilo stations, or you can leave your bike in a return zone, which are additional spaces such as public bike parking areas. The system will charge an additional fee of PLN 15 for leaving a bicycle there. In turn, if you bring your bike from a return zone to a Veturilo station, your account will be credited with PLN 5.
Abandoning a bicycle, i.e. ending a rental outside a Veturilo station or return zone, is not allowed. Such behaviour may result in a penalty being charged to the user by the system operator. Each bike is equipped with GPS.
How much does it cost?
Renting traditional and tandem bikes:
1-20 minutes – PLN 0
21-60 minutes – PLN 1
Second hour – PLN 3
Third hour – PLN 5
Fourth and each subsequent hour – PLN 7
Rental of electric bikes:
1-20 minutes – PLN 0
21-60 minutes – PLN 6
Second and each subsequent hour – PLN 14
You will find the full price list at veturilo.waw.pl/en/price-list/.
Regulations of the Veturilo Warsaw Public Bike System
For more information, visit www.veturilo.waw.pl or call 19 115.