Warsaw Central Railway Station (Warszawa Centralna) is the main train station in the capital of Poland. If you will be arriving there by train from the airport or another city, you might want to leave your baggage at the station and explore Warsaw lightly. You can find a left luggage office and luggage lockers at Warsaw Central Railway Station.
Warsaw Travel Tips - Independent Travel Guide
Zlote Tarasy is a shopping and entertainment complex in the center of Warsaw, located next to the main railway station in the capital of Poland - Warszawa Centralna. Two currency exchange counters (Kantor) can be found at Zlote Tarasy and they offer slightly better rates than the money changer at Warsaw Central Railway Station.
When visiting Poland and country’s capital city Warsaw, you need to use local currency (Polish Zloty – PLN) for daily expenses if paying in cash is that you prefer while traveling. There are plenty of currency exchange counters (Kantor) in the city but the best currency exchange rates we could find in Warsaw were offered by the money changer located not far from the iconic Palace of Culture and Science.
Warsaw Central Railway Station (Warszawa Centralna) is the main train station in the capital of Poland. If you are taking a train to Warsaw from the airport or one of neighboring countries, dropping off at this centrally located railway station is often the best option. You can also conveniently exchange currency at Warsaw Central Railway Station as they are offering reasonable enough exchange rates there.