About Warsaw  

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About Warsaw  

About Warsaw  

About Warsaw

Warsaw is a great place to live. There is a lot of attractive places to see. Visit official website of Warsaw to find detailed information. 

City of Warsaw

You may find more detailed information about the city in the Warsaw Tourist Office (Stołeczne Biuro Turystyki), what is an entity that operates within the larger organisation of the City of Warsaw; it concerns itself with informing visitors about comprehensive activities related to tourism.

Their tasks include: 

  • managing the Warsaw Tourist Information Points and telephone hotlines, which are at: +48 22 194 31 
  • providing information about Warsaw and its attractions, as well as cultural, sporting and business/ trade fair events in the capital 
  • booking reservations in Warsaw hotels 
  • arranging tour guides 
  • distributing travel publications (such as maps, guides, general information, etc.) 


  1. Warsaw Tourist Information – Palace of Culture and Science 
    Palace of Culture and Science (Pałac Kultury i Nauki), pl. Defilad 1, (entrance from Emilii Plater Street, between Kongresowa Hall and Museum of Technology), tel. +48 22 194 31, e-mail: info@warsawtour.pl   
  2. Warsaw Central Train Station (Dworzec Warszawa Centralna) 
    Main Hall, Al. Jerozolimskie 54 
  3. Old Town Market 
    Rynek Starego Miasta 19/21/21a 
  4. Chopin Airport (Lotnisko Chopina) 
    Terminal A, exit 2, ul. Żwirki i Wigury 1 
  5. Kordegarda
    Krakowskie Przedmieście 15/17
  6. Western Bus Station (Dworzec Warszawa Zachodnia)
    open from 7 May till 31 July
     main hall of the bus station, AURA office, Al. Jerozolimskie 144 

Traveling around Poland

There are many beautiful places to see in Poland. Check official promotional website of our country. It is available in 8 languages: 


Check the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List in Poland: 

UNESCO List in Poland 


Take under consideration following websites, while planning your trip: 

Train connections: PKP 

Bus connections: All lines, PolskiBus, Lux Express, Mobilis. 

Plane connections: All lines (example), WizzAir, RyanAir, LOT Polish Airlines. 

Check for cultural events in Warsaw: www.cojestgrane.pl (Unfortunately only in Polish, but the website is very intuitive). 

For more information, contact Erasmus Coordination Team members. 

You may also watch a promotional clip of Poland and SGSP. 

Public transport in Warsaw 

Public transport in Warsaw is well organized. Before you will go and check personally, visit ZTM (Zarząd Transportu Miejskiego) website, where you may find all necessary information about fares, tickets, connections, etc. 

ZTM Warsaw 


While searching for possible connections, you may also use following website. It is a simple, but a powerful tool: