Here's the google interactive map for Warsaw. Even though the streets are up-to-date, there is so much work going on that many streets are closed, or have diversions and so on. Make sure that when you are driving in the city you have a good GPS, map or that you have checked the Warsaw city website for traffic restrictions. Even for residents of the city it is chaotic and the diversions have mostly been caused by the building of the new underground line, which cuts through the heart of the city. With Euro 2012 to throw into the mix, the next few weeks should be interesting. Drivers you have been warned!
Here's a link to the Warsaw transport website (in English) http://www.ztm.waw.pl/aktualnosci.php?i=438&c=100&l=2
To get around Warsaw you can check details about the Warsaw Tourist Card at www.warsawtour.pl or at tourist information points. Not only does this card give you free entry to selected museums and galleries but also free travel on public transport around the city.
The network is comprised of trams, buses, underground and trains. Generallly, the services are good and frequent.www.ztm.waw.pl
The new terminal is now functional and the terrible, temporary Etiuda terminal for budget airlines is all but history.
www.lotnisko-chopina.pl (Warsaw's main airport)
Warsaw Central Station (Warszawa Centralna) is where all international journeys arrive in Warsaw. With its network of tunnels and underground shops, it's a good place to get out of the cold weather in the winter.www.pks.warszawa.pl
Jon Green - A British expat in Warsaw (Warszawa)
Blogging, photos and videos about Warsaw. Showcasing the new and the old, the modern versus the abandoned and forgotten and a view of the city you might not otherwise see.
Interested in Polish and English history of World War II? Check my photos of the Wolf's Lair & Hitler's Bunker here