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    Car hire in Warsaw with Auto Europe

    A visit to Warsaw is a journey through the city's turbulent history, which is still visible in its urban shape. Warsaw architecture is a mosaic of rebuilt before-war buildings, communistic sights as the Palace of Culture and Science - a gift from Soviet Russia, and modern design like Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Almost fully destroyed during the Second World War, Warsaw is now experiencing its best time since the communist government has been overthrown by the famous Solidarity trade union, that sparked the fall of the red curtain in the rest of Europe.

    Visit Łazienki Park with live Chopin music concerts in spring and summer, stroll through the Aleje Ujazdowskie street to admire government buildings and embassies. Follow down the road to Krakowskie Przedmieście, the rebuilt part of the city to the Old Town part to make the most of your stay in Poland's capital city. Experience this bustling metropolis with a car hire in Warsaw and head to Służewiec Racecourse for horse races - an exciting get-together event for the locals.

    Auto Europe offers the best car hire in Warsaw deals for you to travel hassle-free on your holiday or business trip. Select from a large fleet of vehicles available for pick-up downtown or at any of the airports. If you're thinking of booking a car hire in Warsaw but haven't used our service before, read our previous clients comments on our car hire reviews in Warsaw section.


    It is best to avoid peak times when driving your car rental in Warsaw as the traffic tends to be heavily congested. When the rush hour is over, driving in Warsaw is swift and fast. Cars drive on the right-hand side of the road in Poland. Visit our driving information guide and familiarise yourself with the local traffic rules. Thanks to the new express way and motorway network travellers can now easily reach other major Polish cities like Gdańsk, Kraków or Wrocław.


    There is on-street parking system in the centre of Warsaw in operation from Monday to Friday between 8am and 6pm. Parking metres accept coins, payPass and PayWave debit cards. Payments are possible through the mobiParking application. There are numerous car parks scattered throughout Warsaw and P&R facilities on its outskirts.

    Geographical Information

    Warsaw lies in the centre of eastern Poland on the Vistula River which flows through the centre of the city. The sandy beaches at the river are a popular meeting place with many lively bars. The city has a humid continental climate with cold snowy winters, mild springs, rainy autumn and hot sunny summers.

    Warsaw Airport

    Warsaw has two airports, Warsaw Chopin Airport in the city and Warsaw Modlin Airport for low-cost airlines, located north of the city.

    Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW)
    The airport is located 6 miles to the west from the city centre.
    Telephone: +48 22 650 42 20

    Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI)
    The airport is situated 25 miles north of Warsaw in Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki.
    Telephone: +48 801 80 18 80

    Public Transport

    Public transport system in Warsaw includes bus services, trams, underground and urban rail. The network is well developed and allows you to reach any destination in the city. Numerous night buses help party goers come back home late at night.

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