Centralna station is the primary railway station in Warsaw, Poland. Completed in 1975, the station is located on the Warsaw Cross-City Line and features four underground island platforms with eight tracks in total. The station was constructed as a flagship project of the Polish People's Republic during the 1970s western-loan fueled economic boom, and was meant to replace the inadequate Warsaw Main Railway Station.
Sneak Peek Inside the Centralna Station
To help you better understand what Warsaw's train station looks like, consider watching the video below, showing the interiors of the building.
What to Know About Centralna Station
What is located near the Centralna Station?
Near the station you can find all the necessary facilities, including shops, restaurants, hotel, subway, and park.
Are there taxis available nearby?
Yes, taxis are available just outside the station.