Practical information

Getting to your hotel
You can find the directions here

Getting to Warsaw by air
The easiest and most recommended way to get to Warsaw is by air. Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is an international hub served by major European airlines and a few budget airlines. For the list of all the airlines operating from Warsaw Airport see the following site:

Airlines operating from Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport

Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is located within city limits, about 10 km from the city centre. It’s very easy and relatively cheap to get into the city centre from the airport. In addition to taxis, the airport is connected to the city centre and the university campus by a municipal bus line.  

Getting to Warsaw by train
Warsaw has railway connections with several European capitals: Prague, Bratislava, Budapest, Vienna, Berlin, Frankfurt, Cologne, Basel, Amsterdam, Vilnius, Minsk, Kiev, Lvov and Moscow. For a map and more information see the following site(unfortunately only in Polish):

Map of international train connections  

Getting to Warsaw by coach
There are coaches travelling between Warsaw and several major European cities. Travelling to Poland by coach may be cheap but it is very long, the journey can take 20 hours or longer. For more information see the following site:


Getting to Warsaw by car
Due to the poor condition of Polish roads, travelling to Poland by car is not advisable.