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How do I get to Stadion Wojska Polskiego?

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Susie Smith
Susie Smith

The stadium is to be found in the southern region of the city and is approximately 3 kilometres from the old city centre, as well as being a similar journey if you are coming from the Palace of Culture or from the main railway station.

It is about a 25 minute walk from the south end of the Nowy Swiat Street, which is the area where most of the popular restaurants and bars in the city of Warsaw are located.

If you are at the central railway station and you do not wish to walk, you can get the 107 bus to the stadium. You get on the bus at the Centrum tram stop which is a five minute weak from the railway station and go towards Kierbedzia. The stops that you can get off at are Legia-Stadion or Rozbrat. The bus usually takes around ten minutes to get there and they come every 15 minutes or so.

If you are in the old town you can get the 185 bus by getting it on the street that is beside the river Vistula, towards the direction of Ursynów Zach, The journey is approximately 7 minutes and you get off at the Legia-Stadion stop.

If you are planning to drive, there is a two-level car park at the ground toward the rear of the northern, eastern and southern stands. Overall, there are a total of 797 spaces to park a car.

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Karl Ove
Karl Ove

The Stadium is around a 30 minute walk from the main train station which might be a bit far for some people. Luckily it is only about a 5 minute cab ride which will be around 15 Zloty. Otherwise you can hop on any of the 107, 108, 138, 141, 143, 159, 162 bus lines and you will get there.

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