The easiest way to get to the capital of Poland is by plane. Warsaw Chopin Airport, located around 10 kilometres from the city centre, offers a range of services to ensure a smooth and comfortable journey for all passengers. Here are some key features:

There are direct flights to Warsaw from most European destinations, major US cities, and other long-distance destinations like Dubai, with Emirates Airlines flying once a day.

A smaller airport, Modlin Airport, services budget airlines and is located 35 km from Warsaw.


Warsaw is well connected by rail to other European cities. The three main train stations are:


Situated in the heart of Europe, Warsaw is easily accessible by road via three principal European routes:

  • Route E77: North-south European route running through Central Europe.
  • Route E67: North-south European route connecting Central Europe with Scandinavia.
  • Motorway A2, Route E30: East-west European route.