Warsaw Metro

Warsaw is the 9th most populated city UE, the capital and the most important city in Poland. Public transportation system includes trams, buses, Metro, light rail, urban railway, regional rail and even bicycle sharing systems.

  • Lines: 3, but only 1 is built
  • Stations: 28
  • Length: 22,5kms
  • Passengers/year170 millions
  • Opening: April 7th, 1995, route from Kabaty station to Politechnika
  • Official website: metro.waw.pl

Warsaw Metro Lines and stations

Warsaw Metro system will have 3 lines, but just 1 line is complete at the moment. It travels from Mtociny in north Warsaw to Kabaty in the south serving a distance of about 22,5 kms (14 miles). The other 2 lines are planned. Warsaw rapid transit opened in 1995. It has 28 stations and is operated by Zarząd Transportu Miejskiego (ZTM, the Warsaw Transport Authority).

Line 2 will connect west of the city to the district of Prague on the east side of the Wisla river. This line will be 6.5 kms length.

Line 3 will connect the southwest to the southeast, going through the center of the city.

Line 1 Stations:
Młociny, Wawrzyszew, Stare Bielany, Słodowiec, Marymont, Plac Wilsona, Dworzec Gdański, Ratusz Arsenał, Świętokrzyska, Centrum, Warsaw Cross-City Line, Politechnika, Pole Mokotowskie, Racławicka, Wierzbno, Wilanowska, Służew, Ursynów, Stokłosy, Imielin, Natolin, Kabaty, Kabaty STP depot

Schedule and frecuency

Warsaw metro does not have a regular schedule. Normal frecuency is 3 to 5 minutes. Early morning and evening frecuency is 8 to 9 minutes. Saturdays, 6-7 minutes and sundays 7-8 minutes

Trains are working from 05.00 am to 12:15 am. Friday and saturday trains are working normally until 3 am and there's a train every 30 minutes.

Fares and Tickets

All the following tickets or cards are valid for day and night lines and entitle for unlimited rides within its duration. Price currency is polish zloty. Unless specified tickets are bearer tickets, not personal tickets.

Short-term Travelcards

  • 20-minute City Travelcard: 3,40 PLN
  • 40-minute City Travelcard: 4,60 PLN
  • 60-minute City Travelcard: 6,40 PLN

Single fare ticket

  • Single fare ticket (120 minutes from its validation): 4,40 PLN

Short-term Travelcards

  • 1-day City Travelcard: 15,00 PLN
  • 3-day City Travelcard: 30,00 PLN

Long-term personal Travelcards

  • 30-day Personal Travelcard: 100,00 PLN
  • 90-day personal Travelcard: 250,00 PLN

Long-term Travelcards

  • 30-dayTravelcard: 230,00 PLN
  • 90-day : 600,00 PLN

Personal Yearly Pass for senior citizens

  • Personal Pass for citizens over 65 years: 50,00 PLN

Connection to the Airport

Warsaw Chopin Airport (EPWA) is Warsaw’s international airport. You can get to the airport by bus from downtown:

  • Line 175: everyday from 4:50 AM to 11:00 PM from Dworzec Centralny. Journey time is about 30 minutes
  • Line 188: everyday from 4:43 AM to 11:13 PM
  • Line N32: every night from 23:09 PM to 4:39 AM from Dworzec Centralny

Warsaw metro map

  • Passengers/Day 520000
  • Fares: 0.47
  • 24h operation: Fri, Sat night
  • Air Conditioning: No
  • Walk between platforms: No
  • Driverless trains: No
  • Screen Doors Platforms: No
  • Operator: Metro Warszawskie
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  • Warsaw Metro Official Website

Metro map of Warsaw

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