Warsaw is serviced by two airports. Warsaw Chopin Airport is located 10 km from the city centre, while the other – Warsaw Modlin Airport – is ca. 40 km away from the capital. Warsaw Chopin Airport is home to several dozen airlines.
You can get here on a direct flight from most European cities, from New York, Toronto, Beijing and the world’s other metropolises. To get to the airport from the city centre, take a taxi or bus service 175. Warsaw Modlin Airport provides flights to and from European destinations.
By train or by coach
Poland has a well-developed railway network. The quickest way to get to Warsaw is by InterCity and EuroCity trains, which you can take from many European capitals, including Budapest, Vienna, Moscow or Berlin. Many travel agencies offer coach services to Poland. In this way, you can travel to Warsaw not only from London or Berlin but also from many smaller cities with no train service.