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You can reach Warsaw by air or by land. You can fly to the Fryderyk Chopin airport in Warsaw from: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Copenhagen, London, Munich, Moscow, Prague, Paris, Rome and many other destinations. PLEASE CHECK OTHER FLIGHTS ARRIVING AT THIS DESTINATION! You can travel to Warsaw by train from Berlin, Prague or Amsterdam. During UEFA EURO 2012 several extra railway connections will be launched apart from the regular running lines, thanks to which you will be able to reach other Host Cities from Warsaw!
From Warsaw you will get fastest by car to Wrocław along the roads DK8/DK25/A2 and from Poznań along motorway A2. Fans coming from Gdańsk are recommended to follow motorway A1 and roads No. 10 and 7.
Traffic organization will be changed in Warsaw for the time of Euro 2012. During the Tournament the easiest way to travel around Warsaw will be by public transportation. Warsaw has an advanced system of urban transport including one underground line, 25 tram lines and 247 bus lines – day and night. You can also travel around the city and the surrounding townships by using the agglomeration and suburban system of railway transport operated by Koleje Mazowieckie, Szybka Kolej Miejska (SKM) and Warszawska Kolej Dojazdowa (WKD).
During Euro 2012 you can use special buses and trains that will operate from the Chopin airport to the National Stadium and the centre of Warsaw. During Euro 2012, the Host Cities have prepared POLISH PASS for fans and tourists – an integrated ticket for urban transportation. Fans holding the ticker will be able to use urban transportation and other available services from 6 June to 2 July 2012. READ MORE ABOUT THE POLISH PASS.
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