The Warsaw Tram Network

The Warsaw Tram Network

Since its inauguration in 1903, the Warsaw tramway has become the preferred means of transport for tourists and Warsaw residents to get around the city center. Find out why!

Travelers and residents tend to find trams to be the most comfortable means of transportation in Warsaw, particularly in the Old Town. The tram system is comprised of over 30 lines and covers major avenues, providing access to virtually all monuments and tourist attractions.


The price of tram, bus, and subway tickets is the same. You can choose among the following ticket options:

  • Standard ticket: 4.40 (US$ 1.10). It lasts 75 minutes from validation.
  • Full day ticket: 15 (US$ 3.80)
  • Weekend ticket: 24 (US$ 6.10). It can be used from Friday from 7 pm to 8 am on Monday.

People over 70 and children under 7 years old can use the Warsaw tram system free of charge. Remember to validate your ticket inside the streetcar.

Warsaw tram schedule

Warsaw trams operate from 6 am to 11 pm every day. Typically, they run every 10 minutes, but it may vary depending on the line you're riding.

Where to buy a ticket?

Warsaw streetcar tickets can be purchased at the city's subway station machines, which accept cards and zlotys. Some central tram stops also have ticket machines.