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The car hire companies' counters at the airport are located in the public area of the arrivals hall as well as on the terminal's mezzanine floor.
Pickup of the rental car and parking spaces for return are located on floor 0 of multi-storey car park P1.
There is a main terminal at Warsaw Airport, also known as Terminal A. Originally there were two terminals, 1 and 2, which is why sometimes the two parts of the terminal are called Old Terminal (1) and New Terminal (2) although it is the same building.
Terminal A has divided 5 check-in areas designated A, B, C, D and E into two halls each: North and south.
The terminal has 45 gates, 27 of which are equipped with jetways for direct access to the aircraft.
The terminal building has 4 floors:
South concourse: Check-in areas A and B (old Terminal 1). In the past it was a separate building next to Terminal 1, but it is currently fully integrated into Terminal A.
Nordhalle: Contains the check-in areas C, D and E.
A railway connection was recently built connecting Warsaw Chopin Airport Station (built as part of Terminal A) with Warsaw city centre. There are two railway companies on the line: Szybka Kolej Miejska - SKM (Municipal rapid transit system, lines S2 and S3) and Koleje Mazowieckie (Masovian Railways).
Taxis are available at the airport. Travellers should ensure that they use taxis from registered and licensed taxi companies and not from casual persons who claim to be cheaper.
There are three recommended taxi companies:
The fare from the airport to Warsaw city centre is approximately PLN 40 (Z³oty).
The Warsaw city centre can be reached by the following bus lines 175 and 188 during the day and by night bus N32.
There is also an additional line 148 connecting Ursynów (Southern part of Warsaw) and Praga (eastern part of Warsaw).
Bus 331 connects the airport with the metro station Metro Wilanowska.
The fare is 4.40 PLN for a one-way ticket. Reductions for children, students and seniors up to 50% for all lines (day and night).
Warsaw Airport has a new terminal for buses and long-distance buses. It is located near the arrivals buildings, in front of the southern exit.
The hotel is located directly in front of the doors of Warsaw Airport. The 4-star hotel, Courtyard by Marriott Warsaw Airport Hotel offers easy access to all major attractions. The 236-room hotel recommends fine Polish and international cuisine.
Business and social events are professionally supplied with 950 square meters of flexible halls and exhibition rooms. Other facilities include fitness centers at your disposal 24 hours a day, free WiFi, flight schedules in the lobby.
The Courtyard by Marriott Warsaw Airport Hotel is the most convenient location for business travellers and holidaymakers.
Hampton by Hilton Warsaw Airport is located in the business district of Warsaw, only 1 km from the international airport of Warsaw Frederic Chopin and 7 km from the city centre.
Each of the 116 comfortably furnished rooms offers a range of modern amenities including a comfortable bed, 32-inch LCD TV, WiFi and ergonomic desk. The price includes breakfast, internet connection, fitness center and shuttle bus from/to the airport.
The hotel guests can use the bar, a 24/7 snack bar, the conference room and rooms for work and meetings with access to a computer and printer.
At the airport, passengers will find a wide range of restaurants with international and Polish specialities, fast food and snacks, cafés and bars. There is of course a duty-free shop for shopping, which is represented by five branches at the airport. There are also clothing stores, kiosks, souvenirs from Poland, a supermarket and even a Victoria's Secret, with lingerie, perfume and accessories.
The Old Town of Warsaw was almost completely destroyed during the Second World War. After the war, the city was largely reconstructed true to the original and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1980.
Today, Warsaw is a bustling metropolis and one of the fastest developing capitals of the European Union. It has a mixture of new and old in its eclectic architectural mix and is constantly changing. Despite the constant change, it is easy for tourists to find their way around, thanks to a good public transport system and the main attractions are not far away from each other.
There is no shortage of accommodation and a wide selection of restaurants and bars. Warsaw's nightlife is also becoming increasingly popular and varied. The city has also taken over a distinctive café culture. There are many museums, galleries and other tourist attractions and there is always something going on all year round.