EXPO XXI is a modern place on the map of Warsaw, professionally prepared for all kind of special events. The popular facility offers more than 200 different events including exhibitions, conferences, internal events, fashion shows, seminars, banquets, fairs, cultural and sports events and concerts throughout the year. Annually, EXPO XXI is visited by hundred thousand people.
The main part of the EXPO XXI was opened in September 2001, in 2009 the facility was expanded to Hall No. 4. Currently Expocentre EXPO XXI offers more than 20 000 m² of expertise area, including 13 500 m² in four halls, 1 500 m² surface within ten conference rooms and rooms for talks and 5000 m² of outdoor space, as well as parking for 1500 cars.
EXPO XXI Warsaw is only 10 minutes away from the city centre of Warsaw, and can be easily reached by car (parking space is available for 1 500 vehicles), local public transport and rail.
Using the tramway get off at Jerozolimskie Avenue. Change at Zawiszy Square and take a bus going towards Kasprzaka Street. You should get off at Prądzyńskiego or Kasprzaka bus stop. Tramway line 10 stops at “Teatr na Woli” (Wola Theatre). Go down Brylowska Street and then turn right at the end to Prądzyńskiego Street. Bus timetables are available on the website: www.ztm.waw.pl
Taking the Subway, change at Centrum, Świętokrzyska or Politechnika Station and then take a bus number 105 (from Centrum bus stop), 178 ( Świętokrzyska Station – going Wola district direction) and 167 (Politechnika Station) and get off at PKP Kasprzaka bus stop (or Prądzyńskiego bus stop for line 167 and 178).
Bus lines to Expo XXI: 105, 136, 154, 159, 167, 178, 184, 186, 523, 414 (bus stop PKP Kasprzaka) or 136, 154, 167 178, 184, 186 (bus stop Prądzyńskiego). Bus timetables are available on the website: www.ztm.waw.pl.