Warsaw has rather well developed network of bus and tram lines and one underground line, connecting south and north part of the city.
Warsaw’s Underground has only one line, from the Ursynów district to Młociny.
The underground operates between 5.00 a.m. and 0.00 p.m., and the trains run every 3-4 minutes during rush hours, and every 4-5 minutes outside rush hours, between 21.30 p.m. and 0.00 p.m the trains run every 8-10 minutes.
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There is a well-developed connection of tramway lines in the central and nearby parts of Warsaw.
1-49 - trams (40+ - rush hours only),
In Warsaw there are regular city lines, which run every day, as well as cyclic city lines, which run on work days and during rush hours.
Most important bus lines:
- bus line 100, tourist line, many interesting points on its way. Old Town — Żoliborz — Praga — Zoo — City Center
- bus line 180, tourist line (sightseeing route) Powązki Cementary — Old Town — Nowy świat — Wilanów
- bus line 175, Frederic Chopin Warsaw Airport — Dworzec Centralny (Railway Station) — City Center
Where to buy a ticket:
There are the same tickets in buses, trams and underground. You can buy tickets at newspaper stands, post offices, ZTM customer service points and also in buses and trams (higher fares).
Reduced fare tickets:
- Free fares: Pre-school age children and persons older than 70 years old
- 48% discount: Students of foreign secondary schools, universities up to 26 years old (with a valid ISIC International Student Identity Card), students of primary schools, grammar schools and artistic schools up to 21 years old
- 50% discount: Students
Tickets should be validated after entering the bus, tram or undergroung in special devices which are clearly visible.
In buses and trams season tickets should be validated only once - when you enter. Then you just carry it with you when entering next buses or trams. In underground you should enter the ticket into the ticket checking machine every time you travel.