AND NOW WE’RE IN WARSAW

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Cracow is not enough. Since May 18th Poland Shuttle is launching a brand new service in the capital of Poland: a circular line of continuously operating minibuses giving shared transfers between the center of Warsaw and the Okecie Airport. Surprised? And we’re surprised you haven’t booked a ticket yet. It’s only 9,90 PLN.

This service is a concept that is successful at all major airports in the world. We hope that our offer will complement low-cost public transport services and expensive ‘private transfers’, offered by taxis and private passenger transport companies. Our company has an experience of providng shared transfers at the airport in Gdansk, so there is no doubt that we know how to do it. In Warsaw it’s going to be even better because we entered into a cooperation with such a ‘big players’ as Accor hotels network and Wizz Air.

What are benefits of the alliance for our clients? Everyone who is booking a flight to Warsaw by Wizz Air could choose automatically to make a reservation for a transport from the airport (Okecie) to the center with Poland Shuttle for only additional 9,90 PLN. As cheap as it is possible and as comfortable as you expect.

Buses (only Mercedes-Benz Sprinters, Vitos and Boras) are stopping in 5 different places in the heart of town, close to the following hotels: Holiday Inn Warsaw (B), Mercure Fryderyk Chopin (C), Orbis Casino at the Hotel Sofitel Victoria (D), Novotel Warsaw Centrum (E) and Orbis Hotel “Grand” (F). Letters in brackets are for thumbtacks on the map below (A is for the Airport):

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Accurate, planned schedule will be adjusted to the departures of flights at the airport. A price mentioned above is for a one-way ticket. Of course if you don’t flight WizzAir you can also easily book a place in our bus on our website: http://www.warsawshuttle.com/. There is an option to make a reservation for our second service too – private transfer from the Warsaw airport (up to 4 persons, from 13 euro).

Ok, so see you in Warsaw!