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Chopin 2010

How to get to Warsaw

  • Air Transport

    Frederic Chopin Warsaw-Okecie International Airport

    Warsaw Fryderyk Chopin Airport is the largest and the most modern airport in Poland. It is located 10 km south-west from the center of Warsaw. The Warsaw airport covers about 70% of all passenger air traffic in Poland. At present Warsaw has over 80 scheduled connections to domestic and international airports and an ever growing number of charter connections.

    The Congress participants can use the Polish national carrier LOT Polish Airlines or other member airlines of the Star Alliance group.

    The Polish organizer will offer airline discounts for congress participants.

    International Connections from the Warsaw-Okecie Airport

    The Okecie airport has connections with the following cities:

    • Amsterdam, Athens
    • Barcelona, Berlin, Bolonia, Bratislava, Brussels, Budapest, Bucarest, Bydgoszcz
    • Chicago, Cork
    • Dortmund, Dublin, Dusseldrof
    • Edinburgh
    • Frankfurt
    • Geneva, Grenoble
    • Hamburg, Helsinki
    • Istambul
    • Kaliningrad, Kiev, Cologne, Copenhagen, Kovno
    • Larnaca, Lyon, Liverpool, Lisbon, London
    • Lubljana, Lviv
    • Madrid, Malmo, Manchester, Milan, Minsk, Munich, Moscow
    • Nice, Newn York
    • Odessa, Oslo
    • Paris, Prague
    • Riga, Rome
    • Salzburg, Shannon, Sofia, St. Petersburg, Stuttgart, Stockholm
    • Tallin, Tel Aviv, Toronto, Tunis
    • Venice, Vienna, Vilnius
    • Zagreb, Zurich



  • Railway Transport
  • There are three large railway stations in Warsaw receiving international and long haul domestic traffic: Warszawa Centralna, Warszawa Zachodnia, Warszawa Wschodnia. At present Warsaw has railway connections with the following European cities: Vienna, Prague, Budapest, Berlin, Amsterdam, Basel, Munich, Rome, Kiev, Moscow, Brussels, Cologne.

Dworzec Centralny