Warsaw (airport code WRW), features two airports: International Warsaw Chopin Airport (IATA: WAW) offering services of all main airlines as well as Warsaw Modlin Airport (IATA: WMI), offering low-cost airline flights. The Warsaw Expo is also at a convenient location in terms of the Lodz Airport (IATA: LCJ). Due to the fact that Chopin Airport offers the best connections to Warsaw Expo, we recommend choosing this facility.
Most of the buses arrive and depart from the following bus terminals: Zachodnia Station (Warszawa Zachodnia PKS) and Wschodnia Station (Warszawa Wschodnia PKS) located next to the railway stations with the same name. We suggest that the Warsaw Expo visitors use the terminal located at the Zachodnia Station due to the convenient connection with international coach lines such as: Eurolines and Ecolines.
An express coach line (Polski Bus) travelling from Prague, Bratislava, Vienna and Berlin, stops at the Metro Młociny and Metro Wilanowska stations which are communicated well with the Warsaw underground line.
There are three train stations in Warsaw offering long-distance railway services, namely: Central Train Station (Warszawa Centralna), Wschodnia Train Station (Warszawa Wschodnia) and Zachodnia Train Station (Warszawa Zachodnia). Due to the best connection with Warsaw Expo, we recommend to use the Zachodnia Train Station.
Warsaw Expo is located in the western metropolitan area of Warsaw, near Nadarzyn. You can reach us with the following local bus lines: 703, 711, 733 from bus stop P+R Krakowska. The destination stop is Paszków. Local buses travel every 30 minutes usually from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. (except for night lines). We recommend you check the schedule each time in advance. When you purchase your bus tickets, please note that Warsaw Expo is located in the 2nd fare zone:
Timetable MIMTRANS do/z Warszawy (nr 1 WARSZAWA-MSZCZONÓW).SHOW TIMETABLE