Warsaw's public transport system (ZTM) includes buses, trams and metro connections.
TRAMS – one- or two-digit numbering system
BUSES – three numbers:
1xx, 2xx, 3xx – regular lines, stopping at all marked stops
4xx, 5xx – accelerated lines (marked in red)
E-x – lines operating in peak hours on weekdays (marked in red)
7xx – suburban lines
8xx – suburban lines operating on weekdays
Nxx – night buses which operate between the hours of 11.15 pm and 4:30 am
Bus line number 180
• Line 180 runs every day throughout the year and follows the Wilanów - Powązki Cemetery - Chomiczówka route and it includes the very popular Powązki Military Cemetery (Cmentarz Wojskowy Powązki). The route is worth investigating, as it follows the Royal Route (Trakt Królewski), which goes from the Old Town to Wilanów where the Palace is. The entire route takes about 60-70 minutes. On this bus line, transport tickets are needed.
The METRO is currently 2 lines. M1 connecting Bielany (Młociny station) and directly to the southern part of the city (Ursynów, served by Kabaty station). M2 starting from Wola district on the left bank of the Vistula river (Rondo Daszyńskiego station) towards Praga on its right side (Dworzec Wileński station).
The metro runs daily between 5 am and midnight (every 3-4 minutes during peak hours, every 7-8 minutes at off-peak times). Additional service is provided on Fridays and Saturdays between 00:15 am and 2:30 am (every 15 minutes).
More information about the Warsaw metro at www.metro.waw.pl
General information on public transportation in Warsaw at www.ztm.waw.pl
Information about public transport timetables:
tel. +48 19 115 (from mobile phones, call +48 22 19 115)
Maps and diagrams of the public transport system
Information about travelling by public transport available also at www.jakdojade.pl