All planes arriving in Warsaw land at Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport, located some 12 km from the centre of the city.
Chopin Airport is served by five bus lines. Two lines reach city centre directly:
Bus 175 - Running daily between 04:58 - 23:35
Route: Chopin Airport – City Centre; main streets Żwirki i Wigury - al. Jerozolimskie (Central Railway Station) - Krakowskie Przedmieście - pl. Piłsudskiego
Night Bus N32 - Running daily between 23:14 – 04:49
Route: Chopin Airport – City Centre
A railway connection with Chopin Airport is also available.
There are three train stations in Warsaw that handle international and domestic train traffic:
- Warszawa Centralna (Central Warsaw) (Aleje Jerozolimskie 54) - situated in the city center and very well connected to all of the city's districts.
- Warszawa Zachodnia (West Warsaw) (Aleje Jerozolimskie 144) - thanks to the neighbouring international bus terminal, this is where people travelling in or out of the country await their transfers.
- Warszawa Wschodnia (East Warsaw) (Lubelska 1) - located on the east side of Vistula River (Praga)
The train schedule is available at:
The main access roads to Warsaw are sections of three principal European routes:
- From the north: route E77 - north-south European route which runs through Central Europe: Russia (Pskov) - Estonia - Latvia - Lithuania - Russia - Poland (National highway 7: Gdańsk, Elbląg, Warsaw, Radom, Kielce, Cracow) - Slovakia - Hungary (Budapest)
- From the south-east: route E67 - north-south European route which connects Central Europe with Scandinavia: Finland (Helsinki) - Estonia - Latvia (Riga) - Lithuania - Poland (National highway 8: Białystok, Warsaw, Wrocław) - Czech Republic (Prague)
- From the west: motorway A2, route E30 - East-west European route: Ireland (Cork) - Great Britain – The Netherlands - Germany (Berlin) - Poland (National highway 2: Poznań, Warsaw, Terespol) - Belarus - Russia (Moscow - Omsk)