Trade fairs venue

EXPO XXI Centre in Warsaw
Ignacego Prądzyńskiego Street 12/14
01-222 Warsaw
Hall No. 4

Visitors opening hours

Wednesday, 15 May 2019 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday, 16 May 2019 10:00 am – 4:30 pm

Admission

ENTRY FOR THE TRADE FAIRS IS FREE, FOLLOWING A PRIOR ON-LINE REGISTRATION, IT IS ALSO POSSIBLE TO REGISTER ON THE DOOR.

Trade fairs access

The EXPO XXI exhibition centre is located 4 km from the city centre and Dworzec Centralny (train station).
The Warsaw Chopin International Airport (LINK) is a mere 10 km from the trade fairs venue.
Warsaw’s EXPO XXI Centre is also accessible by taxi, bus or your own car.

Map: LINK

By bus:
Bus number 155 directly from Plac Zawiszy; bus number 109 from Dworzec Centralny to the Szpital Wolski 02 stop, change for bus number 105 to EXPO XXI (PKP KASPRZAKA stop).

For public communication information see: LINK

By taxi:
We recommend using verified taxi companies recommended by the capital city of Warsaw in order to avoid potential unpleasant situations.

For more information see: LINK

By car:
GPS navigation details: N 52°13’27.91” E 20°57’43.88”.

Warsaw EXPO XXI Centre address:
ul. Ignacego Prądzyńskiego 12/14,
01-015 Warsaw

Paid car parks are available within the EXPO XXI grounds.

Prices:
PLN 8
  – first hour
PLN 6 –
every subsequent hour
PLN 60 –
all day

Useful links:

  1. PKP
  2. INTERCITY
  3. CHOPIN AIRPORT

Nearby hotels

Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel, Warsaw
LINK
plac Zawiszy 1, Warsaw
tel. +48 22 579 10 00

Premiere Classe. Hotel
LINK
Towarowa 2, Warsaw
tel. +48 22 624 08 00

Golden Tulip Warsaw Centre
LINK
Towarowa 2, Warsaw
tel. +48 22 582 75 00

Campanile. Hotel
LINK
Towarowa 2, Warsaw
tel. +48 22 582 72 00

Tourist guides put together by the Warsaw Tourist Office:

  1. Warszawa TOP 10 – LINK
  2. Warszawa a’ la Carte – LINK

Restaurants

Warsaw’s menus feature flavours from every corner of the world, starting with traditional Polish cuisine, through the most popular Italian, Greek and Asian all the way to Lebanese, Vietnamese and Brazilian restaurants. Nonetheless, there is no doubt that sweets and pastries are Warsaw’s speciality – Zygmuntówka, a new cake but also doughnuts from Blikle and Wedel chocolate.
For restaurant listings see: ZOMATO

EXPO XXI – restaurant in the hall 2 (main EXPO XXI hall) will be open every day during trade fairs opening hours.

Public transport

Public transport is relatively cheap, safe and reliable. A single ticket system is used for buses, trams, underground and local SKM trains. The tickets can be purchased in kiosks, post offices from the driver and at special ticket machines in front of the underground and selected stops as well as inside some trams and buses.

Major bus routes

175 – an ideal connection for those arriving from Warsaw’s airport. The route connects Chopin Airport, Dworzec Centralny, City Centre and Warsaw Old Town.
180 – this route runs through Warsaw’s historic sites. It connects Powązki Cemetery and Jewish Cemetery, Warsaw Old Town, Trakt Królewski (lit: The King’s Road) and the Royal Residence in Wilanów.

Warsaw Taxi Companies:

  • Eco cab taxi – 22 644 22 22
  • Wawa taxi – 22 870 50 00
  • Glob taxi – 22 196 68
  • Bayer taxi – 22 196 67
  • Taxi Plus – 22 196 21
  • Sawa- Taxi – 22 644 44 44
  • ELE taxi – 22 811 11 11

Useful numbers:

  • Warsaw Tourist Information Centre: +48 22 831 78 53
  • PKP (railways) helpline: 19 757
  • ZTM transport (helpline): 801 044 484
  • Chopin Airport in Warsaw: +48 22 650 41 00

Warsaw in numbers:

  • Warsaw spans 517.90 km²
  • The population exceeds 1.7 million
  • In 2009 10 million tourists visited the city
  • 500,000 businessmen work in Warsaw
  • There are 1,518 historic buildings
  • 30,000 beds (170 hotels, apartments to rent)
  • 56 museums
  • 114 galleries
  • 548 pubs, cafés, restaurants and catering companies
  • 82 parks
  • 31 cinemas
  • 50 theatres
  • 24 tram lines
  • 284 bus lines
  • 8,500 taxis

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