The Berlin-Warsaw Express In brief
The Berlin-Warsaw Express is operated by Deutsche Bahn (DB), the German national railway network. It unites the revitalized city of Berlin, Germany with the city of Warsaw, in Poland.

There are 3 daily departures and returns, and the journey takes 6 hours. Tickets can be booked up to 60 days in advance and reservation is mandatory (and included in the cost of the ticket).

Berlin offers the dynamism and vitality of one of Europe’s great capitals. Its historical past, reunification in 1990 and role at the heart of Europe today have combined to create a creative, bustling metropolis. Largely rebuilt since the end of the Second World War, Warsaw boasts a historic old town that is on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

The Berlin-Warsaw Express Network
Depart from either Frankfurt or Berlin, pass through Poznan and arrive in Warsaw. Departures from Warsaw stop at Poznan, before calling at either Frankfurt or Berlin.

Popular journeys
Berlin – Poznan (2h 51m)
Berlin – Warsaw (5h 54m)
Frankfurt – Poznan (7h 44m)
Frankfurt – Warsaw (10h 37m)
Warsaw – Poznan (2h 50m)

Our Tip
» Before you go, read up on your history and learn more about the role these two cities played in European history.

Before you board
The Stations
» Berlin’s Hauptbahnhof (central train station) opened in 2006 and is considered the largest in Europe - so make sure you have time to find your platform. It offers a range of food options and a currency exchange service.

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