How to get to the center of Warsaw and get around the city

From the Warsaw Chopin Airport to the city center

Bus

175 – runs every 15 minutes from 4:27 AM till 10:58 PM, stops in the city center, its last stop is Pl. Piłsudskiego (eng.: Piłsudski Square)  (3-minute walking distance to the marathon venue). The route changes for weekends but the first and last stops are always the same.

N32 (night bus) – runs from 11:16 PM till 04:49 AM, you can get off on the Centrum stop (eng.: center) but it’s worth getting off a bit later, at the Metro Świętokrzyska stop – from there it’s a 10-minute walking distance to the marathon venue.

331 – catch this bus to get to the nearest metro station (Metro Wilanowska), it runs from 6:14 AM till 5:54 PM.
 
For more information about buses leaving from the airport, visit https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/public-transport.html.  

Train

Runs to the center of Warsaw, Warszawa Centralna station, around every 60 minutes from 6:00 AM till 11:00 PM. Some trains also stop at the Warszawa Śródmieście station, they run around every 30 minutes. Remember to validate your ticket after you board the train (price: PLN 4.40; valid for 75 minutes from the moment you validate it).
For more information about trains leaving from the airport, visit: https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/train.html.

Taxi

After you exit the Arrivals terminal you’ll see the licensed taxi area. The licensed taxis are: Ele Taxi, Sawa Taxi, and Super Taxi. Taxi tariffs differ between companies and should be clearly displayed in the car window. To get to the Warszawa Centralna train station you should pay around PLN 40, and to the marathon venue  –  around PLN 60.
Important! After you exit the Arrivals terminal, you may be approached by people offering a taxi to the city center. It’s best to ignore them since they usually have very high tariffs and proceed to the licensed taxi area.

Uber

If you like Uber, you can ride with them in Warszaw. Their cars stop in the Kiss & Fly area near the Departures terminal (level 1).
 IMPORTANT – The Kiss & Fly zone is free of charge for only 7 minutes – so we recommend to order Uber after picking up your luggage.
Public transportation
We recommend using the Jak Dojade portal (eng: how to get to): https://jakdojade.pl/warszawa/trasa.

From the Warsaw Modlin Airport to the city center ( The Warsaw Modlin Airport is located around 35 kilometers from Warsaw)

Train

To get to the train station you need to take a bus that runs every 20-30 minutes. When you get to the train station, catch a Koleje Mazowieckie (Masovian Railways) train to the Warszawa Centralna train station. One-way ticket costs PLN 19. You can buy it online and at the airport. You’ll need around 1 hour to get from the airport to the city center.
 
For more information about the train transportation from the Modlin Airport, visit: http://lotniskowy.mazowieckie.com.pl/ i http://modlinairport.pl/strona/pociag.

Bus

The Modlinbus timetable is aligned with the arrivals timetable. The bus can take you to the city center, it stops next to the Palace of Culture and Science (pol.: Pałac Kultury i Nauki), and to the Warsaw Chopin Airport. You’ll need around 40 minutes to get there if the traffic isn’t heavy of course 😉

For more information about buses from the Modlin Airport, visit: http://modlinairport.pl/pasazer/autobus.

Taxi

The Airport recommends riding with Sawa Taxi or Taxi Modlin. Transfer to the city should cost around PLN 160, depending on the district you need to get to.
For more information about recommended taxi providers, visit: http://modlinairport.pl/pasazer/taxi.
Important! After you exit the Arrivals terminal, you may be approached by people offering a taxi to the city center. It’s best to ignore them since they usually have very high tariffs.