Travelling by Plane
Warsaw has two airport services the city, the first is the main international carrier and the second deals only with budget airlines.
Warsaw Chopin International Airport is the biggest and busiest airport in Poland. It handles around 50% of all flight into Poland and most major airlines have connection to Poland via Warsaw Chopin Airport.
The second airport is the smaller Warsaw Modlin Airport. A former military airfield, which opened in July 2012 to handle low cost carriers services in Warsaw. Currently only Ryanair uses this airport.
Travelling by Rail
The Intercity service serves the main train station in Warsaw, (Warsaw Główny).
Travelling by Bus
It is also possible to travel to Warsaw by coach or bus from most European cities. The one of the more popular coach company providing such a service is Eurolines.