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How to Get Around by Public Transportation


  1. Apps/Convenient Cards
    1. Mytripnavi Offline map & travel guide

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Warsaw Chopin Airport

  1. Departure and Arrival Flights
    1. Departure flight information https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/departures.html
    2. Arriving flights https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/arrivals.html
    3. Airlines and terminals https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/airlines.html
  2. Transit guide-Connecting flights https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/transfer-passenger.html
  3. Getting to the Airport https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/public-transport.html https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/bus-terminal.html
  4. Airport map & apps
  5. Transfer between terminals
  6. Shop, Dine, Relax and do more
    1. Dining https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/gastronomy.html
    2. Shop https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/shops.html
    3. Duty Free/Tax Free https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/tax-refund.html
  7. Facilities and Services
    1. Lounges, hotels and spas https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/executive-lounge.html https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/fast-track.html https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/vip-line.html https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/luggage-lockers.html
    2. Taxi https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/taxi.html
    3. Rideshare and Rental Car https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/rent-a-car.html
    4. Parking https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/location-of-parking-places.html https://parking.lotnisko-chopina.pl/iPCP/reservation/create;JSESSIONID=ec2c7cae0bc444c19110fcc67108?skip=false https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/parking-online-faq.html https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/car-park-tariff.html https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/contact-support-parking.html https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/parking-pass.html
    5. Baggage Claim/Damage/Lost https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/lost-or-damaged-luggage.html
    6. Pick up and Drop Off
    7. Lost and Found https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/lost-and-found-office.html
    8. Banking, Currency Exchange, ATM https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/financial-and-postal-services.html
    9. Health Services https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/pharmacy.html
    10. Traveling with Kids https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/for-children.html
    11. Traveling with Pets/Animals
    12. Prayer room
    13. Other Services/Accessibility
    14. Useful contacts

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Foods you must try

Famous foods top 5

  1. Pierogi - Pierogi are Polish crescent-shaped dumplings that can be boiled, fried or baked and come with a variety of fillings. The most typical fillings include cabbage and mushrooms, potato and cheese, or simply meat – usually pork or beef.
  2. Bigos: This cabbage-based stew is an absolute must on the Christmas table of every single Polish household. It typically consists of both fresh and fermented cabbage, different kinds of meat chopped into chunks, various kinds of Polish sausages, onions, dried forest mushrooms and a plethora of herbs and spices like bay leaves, cloves, nutmeg, marjoram and others.
  3. Placki ziemniaczane: Classic potato pancakes, Placki ziemniaczane are made of a combination of eggs, grated potatoes and onion, then fried in oil until crispy. They’re served with a variety of condiments that range from savoury ones like sour cream or gravy to sweet ones like apple sauce or sugar.
  4. Barszcz: Barszcz is a beetroot soup that can be served either hot or cold and is typically served with uszka – ravioli-type small dumplings filled with meat or cabbage and mushrooms. The recipe varies between different families, and different vegetables like tomato or carrots may be added, changing the consistency of the soup depending on the local tradition.

Uszka literally means “little ears” – the name comes from the shape of the dumplings. 5. Gołąbki: One of the best Polish food you can try is in the form of a cabbage roll. Gołąbki is minced meat, chopped onions and rice wrapped in a cabbage leaf that creates a sort of envelope or pocket, which is then cooked in tomato sauce. This hearty dish is typically eaten for lunch or early dinner. Gołąbki means “little pigeons”.

Famous Sweets

  1. Pączki: This staple Polish treat differs from what we know as doughnuts in that it doesn’t have a hole, but is a flattened sphere of dough typically filled with rosehip jam, vanilla pudding or chocolate, and then deep fried. They are also usually covered with powdered sugar or icing and sprinkled with freeze-dried orange zest.

The last Thursday before Lent is called Tłusty czwartek (“Fat Thursday”) in Poland, and one is supposed to celebrate this last feast before the long period of fasting by eating a lot of doughnuts. 2. Makowiec: is a strudel-like, yeast poppy seed cake that’s one of Poland’s most popular desserts.

Famous Drinks

  1. Kompot: Kompot is a fruit beverage, made by stewing fresh, dried, or frozen fruits, so popular in Poland.

Famous Fruits

Food trivia

  • Smaczny means “It’s delicious”

Other famous foods

  1. Żurek: Żurek is a soup made of soured rye flour that usually contains pieces of boiled pork sausage and a hard-boiled egg. It is very typical during the Easter season and can sometimes be served in an edible bowl made of bread.
  2. Flaki: The name of this soup is derived from its main ingredient – thin cleaned strips of beef tripe. It usually contains a wide variety of vegetables and aromatic herbs, but the recipe varies widely across different regions of Poland.
  3. Oscypek: Oscypek is a smoked cheese made of salted sheep milk, produced in the Tatra Mountains region. It can be used as an ingredient in meat dishes and salads or eaten on its own as a snack. It is then typically grilled and served with cranberry sauce.
  4. Kiełbasa: The world-famous Polish kiełbasa is simply a sausage, but nearly every region of Poland has its own variety. They can be produced from different kinds of meat, have different seasoning and shapes, and can be prepared in different ways.

The most popular kinds of kiełbasa are kabanosy (thin, dried pork sausage with caraway seeds), krakowska (thick, smoked sausage with pepper and garlic from the Cracow region) and biała (white sausage that is sold uncooked and is often used in soups). 5.