It is without a doubt the best option to get straight to Warsaw City Centre. In 2012, there was built the air link that connects Warsaw Chopin Airport with the railway station (built as part of Terminal A) to Warsaw city centre.
The rail link just joints Warsaw Airport with the city within 20 minutes!
Two companies operate the rail link service between Warsaw Airport and the city centre:
Lines S2 and S3 offer direct service between both locations.
S2 route: Warsaw Airport to Sulejówek Milosna This route lets you get to key locations within downtown Warsaw.
S3 route: Warsaw Airport to Warsaw Centrum (Central Railway Station) By this route transfer to Wasaw Centrum Station, from where you will be able to connect to further services and other destinations.
Travelling tip: Additionally, by taking S2 route and taking of at Warszawa Wschodnia, you can board S30 line, which lead you to Legionowo Piaski/Wieliszew.
It is also possible to board Masovian Railways trains from Warsaw Airport.
The rail station in Warsaw Airport is just an underground station, which means it is located beneath Terminal A.
Where do I buy my ticket?
You may purchase your ticket at the Passenger Information Point, which is located in the arrivals hall, at the ticket machines located next to the rail station, or from the ticket machines available in the train (regarding buses, you can purchase your ticket on board to the driver).
It is quite easy to transfer from Warsaw Airport to downtown by taxi. Warsaw Airport is located at just 10 kilometres of Warsaw city centre, that means an average travel time of 20 minutes according to traffic conditions.
Taxis can be found outside Arrivals, in the first level.
There are three recommended taxi corporations:
- ELE TAXI: +48 22 811 11 11 - SUPER TAXI: +48 22 196 22 - SAWA TAXI: +48 22 644 44 44
Opening hours: 24 hours.
Shared ride service is available to those who wish to share a ride and pay a flat rate to certain destinations if multiple parties are available for the trip. Apps such as Uber may be useful to do so.
If you wish to transfer from and to Warsaw Airport on your own, there are several transfer companies available within the airport premises.
At Warsaw Airport there are 5 bus routes which connects to several key destinations within the city.
See below further information about these routes:
Bus 175 (Warsaw Airport – City centre) By Bus 175, you’ll be able to transfer to the city center from Warsaw Airport. Opening hours: Daily, from 04:27 am to 22:58 pm. Frequency: 15-30 minutes (during the day there are more frequencies).
Bus 188 (Warsaw Airport – City centre) This bus just follows the same route as Bus 175, but only during the night. Opening hours: Daily, from 23:18 pm to 04:47 am. Frequency: Every 10 minutes from 06:00 am to 10:00 am, and then every 20 minutes.
Bus 148 (Warsaw Airport – Ursynów-Praga) Bus line 148 that provides access to Ursynów (a southern part of Warsaw) and Praga. Opening hours: Daily, from 04:34 am to 22:35 pm. Frequency: 15-20 minutes.
Bus 331 (Warsaw Airport – Underground Metro Station Wilanowska) Bus 331 connects with underground station Metro Wilanowska. Opening hours: Daily, from 06:13 am to 17:54 pm. Frequency: From 06:13 am to 08:56 am, every 10 minutes, and then from 01:54 pm every 15 minutes until 05:54 pm.
Bus N32 (Warsaw Airport – Central Railway Station) Bus line N32 just follows the route straight to the Central Railway Station in Warsow only at night. Opening hours: Daily, from 23:15 pm to 04:49 am. Frequency: 30 minutes. For further information, please visit ZTM official website.
Location In Warsaw airport there’s a new terminal for buses and coaches. It’s located on the arrivals level, in front of the south pier.
Where can I buy my ticket? You may purchase your ticket at the Passenger Information Point, which is located in the arrivals hall, at the ticket machines located next to the rail station, or from the ticket machines available in the train (regarding buses, you can purchase your ticket on board to the driver).
The car hire companies are located in the arrivals hall (Terminal A), in the public area.
The following companies operate at the airport:
The car rental parking lots can be found at Level 0 of the P1 parking.