More info: Warsaw Central station is the primary railway station in Warsaw and was completed in 1975. It is located on the Warsaw Cross-City Line and features four underground island platforms with eight tracks in total. The station is served by the long-distance domestic and international trains of PKP Intercity and Polregio as well as some of the regional trains operated by Koleje Mazowieckie. Adjacent to the north side of the building is a bus station that serves as the central hub for night bus lines, and Złote Tarasy shopping center.
All international train services serve Warsaw’s two main stations: Wschodnia and Centralna. The latter is much more convenient for the city centre. Many trains also serve Zachodnia in the western suburbs of the city. Warsaw has a dense web of suburban rail services, complemented in the city centre by trams, buses and two metro lines.
Warsaw is the hub of Poland’s comprehensive rail network, with routes spanning out from Warsaw in all directions. Daytime international trains run direct to Prague, Vienna, Grodno (Belarus), Berlin and many other cities. The new Rail Baltica link will eventually allow fast trains to go all the way from Warsaw to Tallinn.