Warsaw Poland West Bus Train Station To Central Train Station

Warsaw West Station To Warsaw Central Train Station

How to get from the Warsaw West Bus Station or Train Station to the Central Train Station.


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West Train Station
West Train Station

The distance between the Warsaw West Bus And Train Station and the Central Train Station is about 4 km. That will vary with the direction taken by your cab driver.

Dworzec Centralna means Central Train Station. There is a local bus station there also.

Dworzec Zachodni means West Train Station. There is a long distance bus station there also.

And in good driving conditions the elapsed driving time should be about 7 minutes.

If you get off a train at Dworzec Zachodni, or the West Train Station, it will take you another 7 to 10 minutes to get off the train and walk through the long tunnel to where the cabs and buses are located.

When taking a cab, be sure to understand how cabs work in Poland. See About Taxi Cabs Warsaw .

You can get taken for a financial ride if you choose the wrong one. Cabs charge somewhere around 2.2 zloty per km. So expect to pay less than 20 zloty to go between Dworzec Centalna and Dworzec Zachodni.

Check the posted km charge on the rear window of the cab.

The West Bus Station and is alongside the train station. It is one the “backside” of the combined train and bus ticketing area.

Getting from the Central station to the bus station is just a matter of reversing the process.

Traffic can get jammed pretty heavily in Warsaw. Your 7 minute ride can take a lot longer. So plan appropriately.

As you look at this map, the Central Station is to the left of the image border.

 

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