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How to Get to Warsaw?

By plane

The Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is located just 10 km from the center of Warsaw and has 2 terminals with annual capacity to 12 million passengers. The majority of international airline representatives have their offices at the airport. Warsaw has a direct flight connection with 100 destinations in Europe, North America and Asia. It makes thousands of destinations all over the world accessible with only one change.

Transport to city center is available by:

  • public buses (i.e. line 175,188, 148, 331 and a night line - N32)

– line 148 connect directly Chopin Airport with Symposium Venue at Campus of Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW (Nowoursynowska Street – bus stop SGGW Rektorat).

  • train (SKM line S3 from airport to station Warszawa Zachodnia and City Center) 

Plan your route

  • taxis (recommended corporation ELE Taxi - +48 22 811 11 11)

  • shuttle buses (to selected hotels)

Important telephone numbers:
  • Airport information for travelers +48 22 650 42 20

  • Airport telephone exchange +48 22 650 11 11

  • SKM passenger hotline +48 22 19 115

More information of LOT Polish Airlines (national and international flights) and Chopin

Airport: or


There is a second airport in Modlin near Warsaw (40 km N-E). You can get to Warsaw by train or bus


By train

The international train connections to get Warsaw are also recommended.

Warsaw has three large railway stations serving international and domestic long-distance connections:

  • Warszawa Centralna, 54 Jerozolimskie Av.

It is located in the heart of the city, and has very good connections with all districts of Warsaw.

  • Warszawa Zachodnia, 144 Jerozolimskie Av.

Thanks its location right next to the international bus station, it’s a good connection and

changing location for people using long-distance (both national and international) buses.

  • Warszawa Wschodnia, 20 Kijowska St.

It is located on the Praga side of the Vistula river.

By car

The main way to access to Warsaw by road is to take one of four major European routes:


  • from the north: motorway A1 and next motorway A2 (from Gdańsk)

  • from the east: route S61 and next S8 (from Lithuania, Suwałki); route S8 (from Lithuania,  Białystok); route E30 = motorway A2 and next S2 (from Belarus and Terespol)

  • from the south: route E67 = S8, motorway A1 and A2 (from Czech Republic, Kudowa Zdrój, Wrocław); route E77 = S7 (from Slovakia and Kraków)

  • from the west: route E30 = motorway A2 and next E67 = S8 (from Germany, Świecko and Poznań); route E40 = motorway A4 (from Germany, Zgorzelec and Wrocław); later E67 = S8, motorway A1 and next A2 or S8 directly to Warsaw.

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