Arriving to Warsaw by Train

 

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Warsaw has very good connection with rail network. It is in the centre of national network having direct connections with all important cities and regions in Poland. It also has a couple of international connections and probably will have more in the near future as a lot work is being done during the EURO 2012 preparation.


Warsaw has very good connection with rail network. It is in the centre of national network having direct connections with all important cities and regions in Poland. It also has a couple of international connections and probably will have more in the near future as a lot work is being done during the EURO 2012 preparation. Warsaw has three main railway stations: the Western (Zachodnia), on the border of the Wola and Ochota Districts, the Eastern (Wschodnia) in the Praga District and the Central Station (Centralna) in the city centre on Jerozolimskie Avenues. Central Station is of course the biggest one and is serviced by all long-distance trains. Buiding of the Central Train Station has a typical communist style look – in other words – it is very ugly but there is a huge underground centre with plenty of shops and places to eat if you have a few hours to spend here. Right next to the station there is also a new big shopping mall called Zlote Tarasy with many exclusive boutiques, shops and restaurants. It is pretty hard to find information on the internet concerning train schedule in Poland, so if you need any help you can simply write to us. Sometimes travelling by train makes sense, but in some directions or in case of groups it is better to choose transportation by car/mini-van, bus and we can also help you out with those services. So if you are looking for best options, please let us know and will be glad to give you some advise.



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