Warsaw (all airports code: WRW) is served by two airports, Chopin Airport (IATA: WAW) for all major airline and Modlin Airport (IATA: WMI) which handles the low cost traffic. Warsaw Expo is also conveniently accessible from Lodz Airport (IATA: LCJ). Recommended airport is Warsaw Chopin Airport, as it has the best connections.
Warsaw has three stations for long-distance trains: Warsaw Central Station (Warszawa Centralna), Warsaw East Station (Warszawa Wschodnia) and Warsaw West Station (Warszawa Zachodnia). Recommended railway station is Warsaw West Station.
Most buses arrive and depart from either of two major terminals: Warsaw West Bus Station (Dworzec Zachodni PKS) and Warsaw East Bus Station (Dworzec Wschodni PKS) next to the railway stations of the same name. Recommended bus station is Warsaw West Bus Station, as most international buses like Eurolines, Ecolines, Simple Express have their main stop there. In addition, the express lines of PolskiBus (from Prague, Bratislava, Vienna and Berlin) arrive and depart from Metro Wilanowska and Metro Młociny Bus Stations, easily accessible by subway.
Warsaw Expo is located in Warsaw West Suburb Area near Nadarzyn. Take suburban lines 703, 711, 733 from P+R Krakowska bus stop to Paszków bus stop. Buses operate usually from 5.00 to 23.00 (except night buses), but you should always check the schedule. The intervals can be around half an hour. The ticket system is quite simple, however, please be aware that Warsaw Expo is in the 2nd zone, so:   • The cheapest full rate ticket is PLN 3.40 for an unlimited transfer 20-minute ride   • For a longer ride there is a "single" ticket for 4.40, valid for 75 minutes if travelling with transfers, or to the last stop on the line, if travelling without them