Warsaw Airport Guide
Warsaw Airport – full name Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport - can be accessed via Zwirki í Wigury Avenue, which leads out of central Warsaw. For public transport there is the Intercity Polski Express, which connects to over 30 towns from the airport or there is the MZA City Buses, which connect Warsaw Airport to the train station in the city. Alternatively, if you are driving, Warsaw Airport provide over 2,000 car parking spaces spread over three car parks.
Once at Warsaw Airport there are a few places to eat and drink, including two restaurants, snack bars and self service cafes. There are also plenty of vending machines situated throughout the airport. There are not many shops at Warsaw Airport, but there is a Duty Free in Terminal 1 and a Newsagents/Tobacconists.
Warsaw Airport also has a bank, a Bureau de Change and several ATM points. For the business traveller, Warsaw Airport provides three Executive Lounges (must be booked via your travel agent), and these have all the amenities a business person needs, including Wi-Fi.
For the disabled at Warsaw Airport, Terminal 1 has lifts and adapted toilets. Wheelchairs are available on request from a handling agent. Trained first aiders are also on hand to assist passengers unable to access the upper mezzanine level.