Warsaw

Water Trams

  Cypel Czerniakowski      (+48) 801 04 44 84     more than a year ago

From the 1st of May ZTM (the local public transport network) set sail on the Wisła for the summer season. The ‘water tram’ is not only a handy way to get around, but a unique if brief way to do some sightseeing. The route offers splendid views of many top attractions, including the National Stadium, the Copernicus Science Centre, the Old Town and Royal Castle. Don’t forget to take your copy of In Your Pocket along for the ride so that you can read up on all of these places as you glide by.

On the weekends you can catch the Zefir river cruiser out to the popular lakeside town of Serock; the trip takes all day and leaves from Cypel Czerniakowski (H-3) at 09:00, arriving at the pier in Serock at 12:15. After a rather brief stop-over of 90 minutes the vessel heads back to the big city, docking in Warsaw around 19:00.

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Water tram runs Fri at 11:00, 13:00, 15:00; Sat, Sun 11:00, 13:00, 15:00 and 17:00. The trams end for the season on August 31.

Price/Additional Info

Special water tram tickets can be purchased for 18/9zł at departure points or on board; standard ZTM bus and tram tickets are not valid. Daytrips to Serock cost 36/18zł.

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