How to Reach Warsaw

Warsaw is quite easy to get to. It has 2 airports -- The Chopin Airport & Warsaw Modlin Airport. There are also 3 rail stations for both international and domestic trains. Long-distance buses arrive at Dworzec PKS Warszawa Zachodnia, Warsaw's bus stop.¾

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How to Reach Warsaw from India

Qatar Airways, Swiss Airlines, Lufthansa, Air France, Jet Airways & Air India are the flights that will take you to Warsaw. There are no non-stop flights from India to Warsaw.¾

Visa Policy for Indians

Poland is a part of the Schengen Agreement. You will have to go to the Polish Embassy to meet your visa requirements. Documents required are your passport, the completed application form, your confirmed travel itinerary, passport sized photos, proof of payment of your visa fee, etc. It is safe to carry your bank account statements, in case of inspection of sufficient funding for your stay. The Embassy of India in Warsaw can also answer any questions you may have with regards to your visa.

How to reach Warsaw by train

Warszaw Centralna, Warszawa Zachodnia and Warszawa Wschodnia are the 3 huge railway stations in Warsaw. All three bring in both international as well as domestic trains, so it's quite easy to get to this city by train.¾

Local transport in Warsaw

Trams, buses and the metro are the most popular choices for getting around Warsaw. More than 1,500 buses are available in the city. There are also Night buses available and these are marked by the letter N, along with a 2 digit number. In case you want to travel while skipping the lesser important stops, you can choose to travel by Fast Buses, which are marked by red coloured digits. Tickets are valid for all 3 modes of transport (bus, tram, metro) and can be purchased from kiosks that sport the RUCH logo. This logo is coloured in green and yellow. Alternately, tickets can be purchased from kiosks with signs saying 'Bilety'. A single ticket for a standard transport route costs PLN 4.40. A day ticket will cost you PLN 13 or 26, in case you're traveling to both Zone 1 (including the airport) and Zone 2. There is also a weekend ticket that allows you an unlimited number of trips, from 19:00 on Friday to 8:00 on Monday and this costs PLN 24.¾

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