Kijowska, 00-001, Warsaw, Poland

Warszawa Wschodnia railway station is one of the most important railway stations in Warsaw. Its more official name is Warszawa Wschodnia Osobowa (translated as Warsaw East Passenger). It is located on the eastern side of the Vistula river, on the border of the Praga-Północ and Praga-Południe districts, on the Warsaw Cross-City Line. It serves all trains passing through the larger Warszawa Centralna and Śródmieście stations which stop or terminate at Wschodnia station. It is one of the busiest railway stations in Poland, with over 800 daily trains.

Sneak Peek Inside the Wschodnia 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 Wschodnia Station


Is there any parking near the Wschodnia rail station?

Yes, near the Wschodnia rail station you can find a parking zone.

How many platforms does Wschodnia Station have?

There are 7 platforms.


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