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Advise on where to buy Warsaw metro tickets


rychlik 41 | 373
15 May 2011 #1
Hi guys.... I'll be in Warsaw next week! Can you please advise me where to buy Warsaw metro tickets? I checked the website but didn't see much regarding tickets. I'll need something for 3 days. Mostly for bus and streetcars.
antheads 13 | 368
15 May 2011 #2
at any street kiosk, the metro is a seperate ticket from the bus/tram tickets as i recal. You can get a daily or 7 day ticket.
Maaarysia
15 May 2011 #3
where to buy Warsaw metro tickets?

in any random kiosk? in a ticket machine?

There are 3-days tickets for metro/bus/streetcar in the strefa 1 (I'm not sure what's this but I guess it's Warsaw without near towns) which cost 16 PLN.

I checked the website but didn't see much regarding tickets.

Everything is on their website
ztm.waw.pl/?c=129&l=2

the metro is a seperate ticket from the bus/tram tickets as i recal.

No it's not.
delphiandomine 85 | 18,270
15 May 2011 #4
at any street kiosk, the metro is a seperate ticket from the bus/tram tickets as i recal. You can get a daily or 7 day ticket.

It's integrated, as is the SKM. Not sure about the WKD, though.

There are 3-days tickets for metro/bus/streetcar in the strefa 1 (I'm not sure what's this but I guess it's Warsaw without near towns) which cost 16 PLN.

Yeah, Strefa 1 is the city.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
15 May 2011 #5
It's integrated, as is the SKM. Not sure about the WKD, though.

Yep it is integrated. You can use all modes of public transport (including KM, SKM, WKD) within the ticket zone 1 or 2 (depending what you paid for).
JonnyM 11 | 2,621
15 May 2011 #6
at any street kiosk, the metro is a seperate ticket from the bus/tram tickets as i recal. You can get a daily or 7 day ticket.

The first bit is true, about kiosks. The rest isn't. You can use the tickets on trams buses, WKD and SKM. They also sell 3 day tickets. If you want a 7 day ticket, many kiosks either run out or don't stock them. As Maaarysia said, there are also ticket machines now inside the station entrance which probably have instructions in English.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
15 May 2011 #7
Ticket machines talk to you :) in Polish, German and English. You can pay cash, debit card or credit card.
There are also ticket machines on some of the new buses, these only accept coins I think.
And in theory you can buy tickets from the driver, but they very often refuse to sell you them, require the exact amount in cash if they do it. I never ever see people buying on the bus/tram tickets anyway.
Dim agog
12 Mar 2013 #8
Merged: Transfer from Warsaw metro to SKM line

Hello! Which Warsaw metro station has easiest transfer to SKM line ?
jon357 63 | 15,214
12 Mar 2013 #9
Centrum - 5 minutes on foot to Dworzec Śródmieście.

Dw. Gdański also serves both metro and rail.


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