Useful information



Country code +48 and the prefix for Warsaw 22.

The currency in Poland is the Polish Zloty (PLN), 1 euro = 4 pln.



Warsaws public transport system includes buses, trams and metro connections. All public transportation tickets can be purchased at ZTM points, in some newspaper kiosks and at ticket machines, where you can pay either with cash or a debit card.

The prices of selected tickets in zone 1:

Night buses operating between the hours of 11.15 pm and 4.30 am.

The Metro is the only line connecting Zoliborz (Mlociny station) directly to the southern part of the city Ursynow (Kabaty station). The metro runs daily from 5am until midnight (every 3-4 minutes during peak hours, every 7-8 minutes at off-peak times). Additional service is provided on Fridays and Saturdays between 00.15 am and 2.30 am (every 15 minutes).



It is recommended for you to use one of the citys official Radio-Taxi companies, and order a taxi by telephone. Current prices (maximum rates legally permitted): Initial/starting fee - 6 PLN. Day fare, in the urban zone - 3 PLN per km Night fare, in the urban zone and day fare on Sundays and holidays - 4,50 PLN per km.

List of Radio-Taxi companies in Warsaw:





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