The public transport network in Warsaw includes buses, trams, subway and SKM trains. You can quickly and comfortably travel around the city and get to many cities neighboring with Warsaw. All timetabels, connections, maps, schemas, ticket tariffs and much more you can find at the Warsaw Public Transport website. In addition, you can use the application Jakdojade (with geolocalisation) for mobile devices which enables you know how to go from one point of the city to another, by bus or metro or tram, with the time needed. Travelers can leave their cars in almost 20 Parkings Park & Ride (P+R).
Veturilo is an alternative transport type, that allows you to quickly move around our city. It is a good complement to public transport in Warsaw. Veturilo is one of the largest public bike systems in Europe - cyclists have over 380 stations and over 5,500 bicycles at their disposal.
Most journeys by long-distance trains and buses start and end at one of the three Warsaw stations – Central, Eastern or Western (see how to get there). All connections, timetables, departures/arrivals you can find at the PKP website. In addition, you can use the application Bilkom for mobile devices which enables you to plan train journeys with all train operators in Poland and the majority of such service providers in Europe.
Warsaw Chopin Airport - the largest and busiest international airport in Poland - is located within a distance of 8 km from the city centre of Warsaw (map). The airport can be reached by a few lines of the municipal public transport. Read more...
Warsaw Modlin Airport is located 40 km north of Warsaw's city centre in Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki (map). Access is provided by Mazowieckie Railways trains (to the Modlin station) or by direct shuttle buses. Read more...