Zachodnia Station is a railway and long-distance bus station in Warsaw, Poland on the border of Ochota and Wola districts. The railway station is the westernmost terminus of the Warsaw Cross-City Line. It serves trains from PKP Intercity, Polregio, Koleje Mazowieckie, Szybka Kolej Miejska and Warszawska Kolej Dojazdowa as well as international trains passing through Warsaw. It is one of the busiest railway stations in Poland, with over 800 daily trains.
Despite being one of the chief railway stations on the line towards Warszawa Centralna (Warsaw Central), there has been limited development of the station since its construction in 1936. However, the station is undergoing an extensive modernization between 2020 and 2023.
Sneak Peek Inside the Zachodnia 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 Zachodnia Station
How far is the bus station from the Zachodnia station?
Two steps away from the train station.
Is there an ATM at the station?
Yes, in a new hall.
Is there a night-time waiting room?
Yes, it is available at the main hall of the station. And, also, there is a hostel nearby.