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Venue and Access
How to get to Warsaw?
- By Plane
Most of aircraft heading to Warsaw land at the Chopin Airport (www.lotnisko-chopina.pl) about 10 km from the city centre.
Important telephone numbers:
• Information on arrivals and departures +48 22 650 42 20
• Information of LOT Polish Airlines (national and international flights)+48 22 577 99 52, +48 801 703 703, from mobile phones dial +48 22 195 72, www.lot.com
• Information about Customs at the airport +48 22 650 28 73
The airport handles more than a dozen airlines. A list of all airlines served by Warsaw airport
There is a multilevel car park at the airport where you can leave your car for several hours or several days.
Warsaw Modlin Airport
Warsaw Modlin AirportSince September 2013 the Warsaw Modlin Airport modlinairport.pl (located around 35 km north-west from the city centre) has resumed accepting larger passenger aircrafts after six-month long break in its operation. Most of the flights handled by Warsaw Modlin Airport are operated by charter airline companies and Ryanair airlines.
Important telephone numbers:
• The airport information: +48 801 80 18 80, +48 22 315 18 80 (for mobile phones)
• Information for Ryanair passengers: +48 703 303 033; www.ryanair.com
- By Train
Warsaw has three large railway stations serving international and domestic long-distance connections:
- Warszaw Centralna , Aleje Jerozolimskie 54
It is located in the heart of the city, and has very good connections with all districts of Warsaw.
- Warszawa Zachodnia , Aleje Jerozolimskie 144
Thanks its location right next to the international bus station, it’s a good connection and changing location for people using long-distance (both national and international) buses.
- Warszawa Wschodnia , ulica Lubelska 1
It is located on the Praga side of the river.
Suburban rail traffic is supported by:
- Koleje Mazowieckie (KM) www.mazowieckie.com.pl
- Warszawska Kolej Dojazdowa (WKD) www.wkd.com.pl
- Szybka Kolej Miejska (SKM) www.skm.warszawa.pl
- PKP Przewozy Regionalne www.przewozyregionalne.pl
Those trains stop at most of railway stations, eg.: Warszawa Śródmieście, Warszawa Śródmieście WKD, Warszawa Wschodnia, Warszawa Stadion, Warszawa Zachodnia, Warszawa Powiśle, Warszawa Gdańska, Warszawa Ochota and Warszawa Wileńska.
Railway tickets can be purchased at the cash-only windows (kasa) in the stations, on the Internet or at selected travel agencies. You can also purchase your ticket on the train from the conductor, whom you must seek out immediately upon boarding the train, to buy the ticket. Tickets sold on the train are subject to an additional fee.
tel. +48 197 57 (from mobile phones, dial +48 22 197 57)
tel. +48 22 391 97 57 (from abroad)
- By Bus
The bus station Dworzec PKS Warszawa Zachodnia at Aleje Jerozolimskie 144 serves the international and national connections.
Tickets for domestic trips can be bought at the cash-only windows (kasa) in the station, while tickets for international trips are sold in the Aura Travel Office (Centrum Podróży) at Dworzec Zachodni, and at selected travel agencies.
• Information on domestic traffic:
tel. 0 708 208 888 (1,29 zł/min)
tel. 703 402 802
• Information on international traffic:
tel. 703 402 802
Private bus carriers also operate from the centre of Warsaw to its surrounding suburban towns. These buses depart from pl. Defilad, Aleje Jerozolimskie in front of the Marriott Hotel, and from ulica Marszalkowska in front of Galeria Centrum shopping mall.
- By Ferry (and then by train)
The most popular passenger sea routes connecting Poland with the countries around the Baltic sea are with Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland.
The length of the voyage depends on the distance and on the type of service – usually between one and two days.
Polish ports have direct connections with the towns of Ystad, Stockholm, Karlskrona, Copenhagen, Nynäshamn and Rønne. For more information visit the Polferries website: http://www.polferries.com/ferry
- By Car
The main way to access to Warsaw by road is to take one of four major European routes:
• from the north: Route E77 (from Gdańsk)
• from the east: Route E67 (from Białystok), route E30 (from Terespol)
• from the south: Route E67 (from Wrocław), route E77 (from Kraków)
• from the west: Route E30 (from Poznań)
Along the roads are signs giving the number of kilometers to the centre of Warsaw.
More information on travelling to Poland see: http://www.poland.travel/en-gb
How to get to our Institute?
To reach Insitute of Philosophy you can use public transportation.
From Centre of Warsaw first by Metro (line 1) and then by:
- Bus number 114 runs from Metro-Młociny Station
- Bus number 181 runs from Metro-Plac Wilsona Station
Bus stop: "Żubrowa-UKSW"
Transport tickets are needed to use all lines.
On public transport in Warsaw see: http://www.ztm.waw.pl/?c=126&l=2
For plannig your way see: http://warszawa.jakdojade.pl/?locale=en
Address and contact:
Institute of Philosophy
Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University
ul. Wóycickiego 1/3, bud. 23, pok. 211
01-938 Warszawa (Warsaw)
Phone: +48 22 569 68 01