The fastest way is by taxi, but try to avoid taking the "airport taxis". You'll see some
slick-dressed gentlemen in expensive taxis that will charge you an arm and leg for
a rather short distance. Instead, call a radio taxi that will pick you up within minutes (see Warsaw's Practical Stuff section for phone numbers).
For more information on travelling around a Polish city, click here.
please note: effective Sept 1 '99 - Airport City Bus has been discountinued - don't ask us why. We will leave the information
about it with the hope that the authorities change their minds and reinstate the service
Or, you can take the shuttle Airport City which runs every 20 minutes between 6 and 23. Or take Polski Express, a line of
long distance buses which now also take passengers to the center (runs every hour). Buy your 6zl ticket from the driver.
Polski Express will also take you to other cities throughout Poland, so check
their schedule (tel.620 03 30) once you arrive.
Some hotels offer shuttle service: check with yours for a schedule.
A score and more of car rental services have set up shop in the main lobby downstairs.