Trams in Warsaw, Poland

Poland Warsaw Trams

The Warsaw tramway is the tramway network for the city of Warsaw in Poland. The tram system is operated by the municipally-owned company Tramwaje Warszawskie sp. z.o.o.

The tramway started in 1866, with a horsecar service. Electric trams were introduced in 1903.


The Warsaw tram network is operated by 750 trams and comprises 27 tram lines, with a total line length of approximately 276 km (171 mi) and a total route length of 138 km (86  mi).

The Warsaw tramway carries over 195 million passengers per year.


Price:
Prices of tickets applicable in vehicles operated on the lines organised by ZTM


Prices are per person, local currency
Full price
50%
up to 20 min.  (zones 1+2)
3,40zł
1,70zł
up to 75 min.    (zone 1)
4,40zł
2,20zł
up to 90 min. (zones 1+2)
7,00zł
3,5zł
one-day (zone 1) ticket entitles to unlimited number of journeys for 24 hours from its validation
15,00zł
7,50zł
one-day (zones 1+2) ticket entitles to unlimited number of journeys for 24 hours from its validation
26,00zł
13,00zł
3-day (zone 1) ticket entitles to unlimited number of journeys for 72 hours from its validation
36,00zł
18,00zł
3-day (zones 1+2) ticket entitles to unlimited number of journeys for 72 hours from its validation
57,00zł
28,50zł
Weekend ticket (zone 1+2) entitles to unlimited number of journeys from 7:00 PM on Friday till 8:00 AM on Monday
24,00zł
12,00zł



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