If you are moving around the Old Town and the Palace of Culture and Science area, you might find it more convenient and scenic to walk. Otherwise, Warsaw boasts a quick, safe and efficient public transport system of metro, trams, buses and night buses, all operated by ZTM. The second line of Warsaw’s metro system opened in 2015 and connects the two banks of the Vistula River. All public transportation tickets can be purchased at ZTM points, in some newspaper kiosks and at ticket machines located in the metro stations, in close proximity to some bus stops, as well as on some buses and trams. You can pay either with cash or by card. Tickets can be used for all means of transport. You can select from 20-, 75- and 90-minute tickets. Longer-term options include one-day and weekend tickets. With the Warsaw bike rental system Veturilo, available from March until November, it is also possible to travel around the city by bike. To find out more about the public transport system in Warsaw click here.
Use WarsawTour free mobile application!
The WarsawTour app will guide you through the most interesting places in the city in a variety of ways. Once you decide to choose a walk you will see your preferences on the map and a list of attractions on the dropdown menu. Information about museum opening hours and restaurant phone numbers will help you to decide which to visit and where to book a table. Intuitive icons will let you easily identify each kind of attraction on the map. The description of each walk as well as a key to icons can be found in the menu. You can also have fun and create your own route combining two selected walks. The app can be used offline and allows you to track your location via GPS. To download the WarsawTour app click here.