Warsaw Tourist Lines

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Warsaw Tourist Lines is the water offer of the Warsaw's urban transport authority. The most popular part of the offer is the Warsaw Water tram (ship "Wars"), which runs four times a day (at 11:00, 13:00, 15:00 and 17:00) from Cypel Czerniakowski through the Poniatowski Bridge and back.

In 2013, the water tram runs on the Vistula River from May 1st to August 31st. On the ship, you can purchase warm food and drinks. Tickets can be purchased before boarding the ship  or in the office of the Metropolitan Navigation, Świętokrzyska 36.

The Tourist Lines offer as well a cruise to Serock on the "Zefir" ship. The cruise lasts for a whole day (9:00 to 19:00), of which 1.5 hours we spend in Serock. Cruises take place on Saturdays and Sundays only.

Interesting are also free ferries (from Cypel Czerniakowski to Saska Kepa, from the Poniatowski Bridge to the National Stadium, from the Fountains at Podzamcze to the Zoo and from Łomianki to Nowodwory). Ferries sail on weekends up to 30 times a day, during the week they're doing seven courses. Ferries are not extensively big, as they take on board 40 people and bikes

Warsaw Tourist Lines

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Cypel Czerniakowski, Warszawa

Opening days and hours:


Tickets adults:
18 PLN
Tickets children:

Additional information:

- The price for a boat ride to Serock: 36 PLN (normal) and 18 PLN (reduced)

- Family tickets available (for groups of three to five people, including at least one child) - 12 PLN for a parent (water tram) and 25 PLN (ship to Serock).

- Warsaw Tourist Card discount: 10%


+48 801 044 484



Updated on

Sunday, 07 July 2013

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