travelling by train
Wrocław is easily accessible by train both from domestic and international destinations. Regular train links connect Wrocław with Berlin and Dresden. Also a wide variety of European destinations is available within just one transfer, allowing a smooth travel between Wrocław and cities such as: Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg, Lvov, Kiev, Moscow, Ystad, Bratislava, Vienna, Amsterdam, Budapest, Munchen, Basel, Innsbruck, Minsk, Kaliningrad, Vilnius, Koln and Paris.
Warsaw's public transportation system (ZTM) includes buses, trams and metro connections.
Trams – one- or two-digit numbering system. Buses – three numbers: 1xx, 2xx, 3xx – regular lines, stopping at all marked stops, 4xx, 5xx – accelerated lines (marked in red), E-x – lines operating in peak hours on week days (marked in red), 7xx – suburban lines, 8xx – suburban lines operating on weekdays, Nxx – night buses which operate between the hours of 23:15 and 4:30
Culture & Art
At the cultural crossroads between west and east Europe, Warsaw grew to become a platform for a new dialogue that inspired changes and promoted better understanding between different cultures.This openness and willingness to embrace all cultural elements is what distinguishes Warsaw and creates the city’s unique yet modern European style. Theatres, cinemas and dozens of museums and galleries contribute to the city's rich cultural offer.
Warsaw’s cultural mix has encouraged a varied bar, club and music scene that has grown up alongside numerous theatre productions, art exhibitions and film premieres – a scene that is unequalled in Poland. There are plenty of cinemas in Warsaw. These range from more intimate ones, to huge new high-tech Cineplexes. For those looking to dance until the daybreak, Warsaw has an ever-growing selection of vibrant clubs, pubs and discos scattered all over the city.
Food & Drink
All along the history, Poland has experienced various culinary influences, therefore the Polish cuisine combines the refined and elegant taste with the hint of foreign culinary traditions. The main meal is composed of three courses, starting with a soup,
Warsaw is an inviting shopping destination. Among many offers you will undoubtedly find something to your taste and pocket. There are plenty of fashion shops in the city centre, which is lined with boutiques of well-known brands and small private shops.
travelling by car
The four major European routes, from which Warsaw can be accessed are: from the north: Route E77 (from Gdańsk), from the east: Route E67 (from Białystok), route E30 (from Terespol)
travelling by train
Warsaw has three large railway stations serving international and domestic long-distance connections:
- Warszaw Centralna , Aleje Jerozolimskie 54
Located in the city center it is also the transfer point for the city public transport