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Warsaw has an extensive tram and bus network and also the Warsaw Metro, all available for the same price and with the same tickets. City transport begins operations at 5 a.m. and continues until 11 p.m. There are a few night bus lines as well (marked with a letter "N" before the number). You can purchase tickets from a newspaper stand - kiosk (Kolporter) or Post office (Poczta) in advance and have to validate it on the tram, bus or metro entrance, using one of the "electronic punch machines". You can purchase a daily, weekly or monthly pass. One ticket (normal fare) costs 4.40 PLN. There are many possibilities to buy discount tickets - daily, monthly, etc. The rule is, the longer your ticket is valid, the bigger discount you'll get.

Use only taxis with a checkered TAXI sign on the roof and a meter. The less expensive taxis are marked with 919 or a four digit phone number. Insist on the meter being turned on. If not, you can be sure you'll be overcharged. Do not take a taxi from the queue at the airport, Central Rail Station (Warszawa Centralna), Old Town (Stare Miasto) and some other places with many tourists, and do not accept offers from unlicensed taxi drivers.

There are three mainline Polish Railway (PKP) stations in Warsaw (Warszawa Centralna, Warszawa Zachodnia and Warszawa Wschodnia).

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Warsaw University of Technology Business School
Koszykowa 79, 02-008 Warsaw
MBA Office:
tel. +48 22 234 70 89

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