Travel & Arrival
Warsaw is in the heart of Poland and also the Polish capital, very well connected via Plane, Train and Bus to all major destinations in Europe and around the world.
The city has a well developed public transport network so it is easy to get around the city.
IAESTE Poland volunteers will welcome each participant arriving on 20 January 2023 at the Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW), at the two main train stations or at the Western bus terminal and guide everyone to the transportation to the Westin hotel.
The main train station and the bus station are located in the heart of the city with a good connection thanks to metro, buses or trams.
Arriving by plane
Anyone who is arriving by plane is recommended to use the Fredric Chopin Airport WAW.
IAESTE Volunteers will welcome everyone there and arrange the transfer to the hotel for all participants.
We do not recommend to arrive at Warsaw Modlin Airport WMI, as this is located 40km outside the city and we cannot provide any welcome and pickup service from there.
Arriving by train
Warsaw has several train stations, the main one is the Central Railway Station (Warszawa Centralna) which is located in the central part of the city, from which you can comfortably reach by public transport to all districts of Warsaw.
The second recommended option is the Western Railway Station (Warszawa Zachodnia) which is also well connected with public transport.
IAESTE Volunteers will welcome all participants at this two train stations and guide you to the transport options to the Westin hotel.
Arriving by bus
The biggest bus station is the Warsaw West Station (Warszawa Zachodnia) which is connected by a tunnel with the railway station.
IAESTE Volunteers will welcome all participants at this bus station and guide you to the transport options to the Westin hotel.
Arriving by car
Parking for participants arriving by car is possible at the conference venue for a daily rate of PLN 100 (approx. EUR 25) – though cheaper parking options are available outside the city centre in park & ride spaces.
The area around the conference venue does not have any free parking and it is highly recommended not to leave the car there.
Public Transport in Warsaw
Warsaw as the capital city of Poland has a well-developed public transport network.
You can take the metro, tram or bus which can get you to all places where the conference and other events are going to happen.
To find the most suitable connection, we recommend you to use the popular app jakdojade.pl.