Car hire from Warsaw Airport
The capital city of Poland, Warsaw is a modern and dynamic city bursting with history and culture thanks to its connections to Chopin and World War 2. As Poland’s busiest airport it serves many who are looking to travel to Warsaw and beyond to the nearby towns and cities which makes car hire from Warsaw Airport a popular option. Skyscanner can help you find the best car hire deal available.
Where to hire a car at Warsaw Airport
There are a number of car hire companies available at Warsaw Airport: Autocash, Europcar, Thrifty, Panek, Budget and Enterprise. All of which are located within arrivals at the airport terminal.
Petrol stations near Warsaw Airport
If you have hired your car from Warsaw Airport with a full to full fuel policy you will be required to refuel and return your car with a full tank of petrol.
There are a number of petrol stations near Warsaw Airport. Two BP stations are on Aleja Krakowska to the north of the airport, a 4km, 10 minute drive away. To the east of the airport there is a Shell garage on Aleja Lotników, another 10 minute drive away.
Driving around Warsaw Airport
The main road out of Warsaw Airport is the DW634. This will take you into the capital city of Warsaw, you will encounter high levels of congestion especially during rush hours and if possible you should plan your journey around this. The roads in and around the city a high quality having seen a significant investment being made into the infrastructure of Warsaw.
Getting to your destination
Here is a guide to some of the popular destinations for visitors to this region of central Poland which can easily be reached from Warsaw Airport after hiring a car.
Warsaw is home to a UNESCO World Heritage site, the carefully restored Old Town which is a must visit and home to many of Warsaw’s top attractions. Poland is proud to celebrate its connection to Chopin and you will notice his influence throughout the city of Warsaw with numerous points of interest in the city such as theatres and the Fryderyk Chopin Museum.
Driving from Warsaw Airport into the city centre will take approximately 15 minutes via the DW634. Parking in the city centre and old town can be difficult due to the high levels of congestion so it’s recommended that you stay in a Warsaw hotel with parking available.
Kampinos National Park
Experience the sea and the forest in the Kampinos, Poland’s largest national park. An area favoured by hikers, walkers and cyclists alike, it offers a breath of fresh air from the nearby city. There are a number of areas of historical significance within the park including a monastery and a Roman style abbey which you will discover on the hiking trails.
Kampinos National Park is at 45 minutes’ drive, or 49kms from the airport on the DW634. From that road, get onto the S2; the park is clearly sign-posted. There are many spots for parking at the start of the forest trails.
Kielce’s location in the Swietokrzyskie Mountains attracts visitors from far and wide, with 5 natural reserves within the city, skiing opportunities and a number of unique museums there is plenty to see and do within the city.
Driving to Kielce from Warsaw Airport will take around 2.5 hours via the DK7 and S7.