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  • How to get to the centre from the airport

    The airport is 10 km south from the centre of Warsaw. It takes about 20 minutes to get there. You can take bus number 175; and get off at bus stop called ?Uniwersytet? [?University?]. Alternatively you can take a taxi which belongs to one of the municipal corporations. In front of the arrival hall, there is a rank with taxis associated in three corporations: ?SAWA Taxi?, ?MERC Taxi? and ?MPT Taxi?.

     

  • How to get to the hotels in the city:
    • The Novotel Centrum Hotel: at the airport, you should take bus No.: 175 and get off at the crossing of two main streets in Warsaw: Marszałkowska and Aleje Jerozolimskie (bus stop: ?Centrum?).
    • The Harenda Hotel: at the airport, you should take bus No.: 175 and get off at the ?Uniwersytet? bus stop (the hotel is within the walking distance of 200m).
    • The Victoria Hotel: at the airport, you should take bus No.: 175 and get off at the ?Plac Małachowskiego? bus stop, which is 100m from the hotel.
    • The Zwirek Student Hostel: at the airport, you should take bus No.:175 and get off at the "Banacha Szpital" bus stop.

 

  • Public transport

    Buses and trams are the basic means of public transport; they run according to the timetable displayed at the stops, approximately from 5.00 a.m. to 10:45 p.m.; from 10:45 p.m. to 4:45 a.m. night buses are in service. Almost all night lines have their main stops at Emilii Plater (close to the Central Railway Station) to facilitate changing lines for the passengers. The tickets can be bought at kiosks [newsagent?s shops], ticket machines or from the driver (then you have to pay 10% more).

    Ticket types:
    Single ticket 2.80 PLN
    Day ticket 9.00 PLN
    3-day ticket 16.00 PLN
    7-day ticket 32.00 PLN

     

    In Warsaw, there is also an underground. Now the Warsaw underground has one line which runs through the districts of Ursynów (the first station is at Kabaty quarter), Mokotów, Śródmieście, Żoliborz and Bielany (the last station: Młociny) (23.1 km, 21 stations). This line connects southern and northern districts of Warsaw left bank with the city centre. These trains run daily between 5.00 a.m. and 0.00, every few minutes and also at night till 3.00 a.m., but only at weekends.

     

  • TAXI

    To take a taxi is a good solution as well. The best way is to choose a car that is associated at a corporation. The fare is calculated according to the special taxi transport tariff. The prices range are from 1.80 PLN to 3.00 PLN per one kilometre. The best way to order a taxi is by telephone.

    Recommended taxi companies:
    SAWA Taxi tel.: +48 22 644-44-44
    MERC Taxi tel.: +48 22 677-77-77
    MPT Taxi tel.: +48 22 191-91
    SUPER Taxi tel.: +48 22 578-98-00
    EURO-Lux tel.: +48 22 96-62