Warsaw Transportation

  • Train at Chopin Airport train station
    Train at Chopin Airport train station
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  • 1. Buses

    I have reached Warsaw from Vienna, it is a place I needed to re-sit to Vilnius. I was happy to use cheap bus service, named as Polski bus. It goes from Warsaw to central Europe cities as Bratislava,...

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  • 2. Trains

    We took the train frm Krakow to Warsaw as all the locals told us not to take the bus. We decided to travel first class as second class is over full almost and when you have a bit of luggage, it is a...

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  • 3. Taxis

    Any taxi, and: 1. You should NOT reply to all those "mafia taxi" hunters, in the arrivals hall, offering their services. 2. You exit the hall to the lane outsied and take any taxi with name of the...

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  • 4. Tickets

    Normal fare on public transport in Warsaw, no matter if you travel by bus, tram or the underground is, after the recent price rises, 4.40 PLN. For that price, you can travel on one or more means of...

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  • 5. Trams

    Warsaw has an extensive tram network, which is part of the public transportation system. Trams are usually much quicker than buses and operate between 5:00 h and 23:00 h on working days. Tickets are...

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  • 6. Underground

    Contrary to most other East European cities, Warsaw opened its Metro after democracy came to Poland. The Metro currently consists of one line running from north to south (15 stations). The first part...

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  • 7. All in one

    I don't know why would any tourist want to rent a car in Warsaw, unless it is the base and starting point for driving outside the city. The parking issue in the center or the old town area is a real...

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  • 8. Planes

    Warsaw Okecie (a.k.a. Fryderyk Chopin Airport) is located about 10 km outside of the city centre. The main terminal offers all amenities of a modern airport. Most budget flights use the small Etiuda...

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  • 9. Horse carriage

    Horsecarriage, well not exactly, it says "OMNIBUS" on it (isn't an omnibus a collection of stories?)...but it does have a horse and it does have a carriage of sorts. Now I think this is a totally cool...

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  • 10. Roads

    Warsaw is the only city in Poland where I recommend to use guarded parking lots. Why? Well, maybe I am wrong now. I've seen motorcycles from the Netherlands with luggage outside parked on a street by...

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  • 12. Walking

    Walking is a popular way to get around the main areas of touristic interest. All the main sites are close to each other. The Royal Castle and Castle Square as...

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  • 13. Public transport and luggage

    When you travel by public transport in Warsaw you may take a luggage and an animal with you free of charge. The city of Warsaw, probably as the first city in...

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  • 14. Where to walk and not to walk?

    I do recommend to walk around the very compact (just a few streets closed for traffic) Warsaw Old Town with charming Market Square. The Old Town located on a...

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  • 15. funny cars in Warsaw

    In this short time, what we were spend in Poland, we saw very much funny cars - the Poland Fiat. These are very small cars with 4 seats. The situation is so...

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  • 16. A walk in the (old) center

    The new old city center of Warszawa is a compact area that invites to see it while walking around. From here you can also strawl along the Trakt Krolewski, that...

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  • 17. Horse Drawn Carriage

    .We found the old fashioned way to get around:Horse & Carriage Granted, alot is now done for tourist rides now, and as of Nov. 2006, it was inexpensive for a...

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  • 18. Fun Options to see the city

    Lots of choices to see the city. We moved around on foot or with a taxi, but you could certainly have lots of fun on one of these alternatives. Next time I...

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  • 19. The little train takes you a little further

    The little train will pick you up in Castle Square and trudle you through a fare few more of Warsaw streets than the horse & carriage rides. On the rare...

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  • 20. Public transport

    Getting around the city is not difficult. Bus, tram and underground transport is available.Cost for a single trip Zl 2.80 (3/2010)See website for routes and...

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