Warszawa Wschodnia Railway Station
Warszawa Wschodnia railway station for long-distance trains: Kijowska st. 20, 03-743 Warszawa; Warszawa Wschodnia railway station for commuter trains: Lubelska st. 24, 03-802 Warszawa
The station is located on the border between Praga Północ and Praga Południe districts. The area is abundant in various cultural attractions, cafés, restaurants and art galleries. The station consisting of two parts: for long-distance and commuter trains, is a significant hub for residents of Warsaw on the right bank of the Vistula river. In the nearby, there are the Wileńska shopping mall and the National Stadium which may be accessed by train or on foot (around 20-minute walk). The city centre may be reached by train within less than 10 minutes.
from ul. Kijowska – trams: 3 (Gocławek), 7 (Okęcie), 22 (Piaski), buses: 120 (Olesin), 123 (Dw. Wschodni - Lubelska), 146 (Falenica), 147 (Wiśniowa Góra), 156 (Metro Młociny), 169 (Bródno-Podgrodzie), night buses: N02, N03, N71
from ul. Lubelska - buses: 123 (Dw. Wschodni - Kijowska), 315 (Stara Miłosna)
In front of the main entrance to the station, both from ul. Kijowska and ul. Lubelska, there are taxi ranks.
Ticket windows: At the station for long-distance trains – Intercity ticket windows, open 1:00 - 24:00 and Przewozy Regionalne ticket windows open from 7.10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. At the commuter train station – Koleje Mazowieckie ticket windows open 24h a day. PKP Intercity and Koleje Mazowieckie only sell tickets for IC, PR and KM trains; the Railway Information
the New Station Office – the main station concourse, phone number: (+48 22) 473 71 20, e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cafés, Confectioneries, Groceries, Salad and Sandwich Bars, Newsagent's stands, Bookshops, Chemist’s.
A pharmacy is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. everyday, a newsagent’s stand is open from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. everyday, Hubiz (a confectionery, food and press) is open from Mondays to Fridays from 5 a.m. to 11.30 p.m., on Saturdays from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. and on Sundays from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. From ul. Lubelska: A newsagent’s stand is open from Monday to Saturday from 6 a.m. to 9 p..m. and from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Toilets are open 24h a day (the Warszawa Wschodnia railway station for long-distance trains) and from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. (the Warszawa Wschodnia railway station for commuter trains); Fee PLN 2.50
If a person of limited mobility needs help at the station, he/she needs to inform an operator about it at least 48 hours before the start of the journey in one of following ways:
1) informing an employee working in the ticket window when buying a ticket,
2) calling the 24h helpline 19-757,
3) by sending an e-mail to the following address: ICpomocnadlon@intercity.pl
4) via a special form available on the website of PKP Intercity
Through security employees of the station, PKP S.A. provides help within the scope of moving around the station (the list of railway stations where such help is offered may be found below), including platforms and underground passages. Security employees and train staff also help people having difficulties with entering and leaving a train.
It is also possible to ask for help in moving around the station by calling 22 474 13 13 or sending an e-mail to the e-mail address: email@example.com – the security employees at the given railway station will be ready to help you within 15-20 minutes.
Accessibility of the Station
Bus stops, a taxi rank and a car park are situated directly in front of the station building. The station building may be accessed both from ul. Kijowska and ul. Lubelska – the communication is on the same level, there are curb ramps enabling the access to bus stops and the car park. Communication spaces are clear and wide.
Few people remember that the Warszawa Wschodnia railway station received the award of the Warsaw Mister in 1969. For many years, subscribers of “Życie Warszawy” daily distinguished the most beautiful buildings in Warsaw. In the course of the time, the former beauty disappeared - the building fell into decline, being one of the most neglected public buildings in Warsaw. In 2010, PKP S.A started a great renovation of the Warszawa Wschodnia Station. The most remarkable element of the station, namely the glass facade of the building from ul. Kijowska, was entirely refurbished. After the refurbishment, the building is spacious and bright and, first of all, clear and safe. It is not only a passenger-friendly place (there were over 2 million passengers in 2012), but also a place which is open to various cultural initiatives. At the Warszawa Wschodnia station, exhibitions and concerts are successfully organised.