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Warsaw to Berlin by train

The journey from Warsaw to Berlin by train is 321.47 mi and takes 5 hr 38 min. There are 5 connections per day, with the first departure at 4:31 AM and the last at 4:45 PM. It is possible to travel from Warsaw to Berlin by train for as little as $30.69 or as much as $87.65. The best price for this journey is $30.69.

Lowest Price$30.69
Journey Duration5 hr 38 min
Connection per Day5
Lowest Price$30.69
Highest Price$87.65
First Departure4:31 AM
Last Departure4:45 PM
Distance321.47 mi
DepartureWarsaw
ArrivalBerlin
CarriersPKP, Czech RailwaysMore

Warsaw to Berlin Train Times

Departure date
Thursday, Feb 29, 2024

Take the train from Warsaw to Berlin

The typical train journey from Warsaw to Berlin usually takes around 5 hr 38 min. Each day, there are approximately 5 trains to service this route. The average ticket price on this route generally hovers around $42.44, with the most affordable fares starting from $30.69.

This route is primarily serviced by PKP Intercity and Deutsche Bahn, offering high-speed and regular services. On-board amenities such as Wi-Fi and power sockets are generally available on these trains. In addition, dining car services on many of these trains provide various food and beverage options.

Warsaw Centralna, the primary railway station in Warsaw, is a central transportation hub with excellent local connections. This includes Centrum Station on Line M1 of the Warsaw Metro and numerous tram and bus lines provided by ZTM Warsaw. On the other end of the journey, Berlin Hauptbahnhof, the central railway station in Berlin, serves as a nexus for various local transport services. This includes multiple lines of the Berlin S-Bahn, U-Bahn, trams, and buses.

Berlin, the capital city of Germany, is a city steeped in history and culture. Take the chance to visit iconic landmarks such as the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin Wall Memorial, Museum Island, and the Reichstag Building in Berlin. Berlin is famous for its nightlife and the most exciting electronic music scene in the world (sorry, Detroit!), so try to visit one of the dozens of Berlin clubs. The city has a good choice of restaurants worldwide, but you should also try the typical Berlin "dish" the Currywurst.

So, let us assist you if you plan to travel from Warsaw to Berlin by train. We compare thousands of rail, bus, and flight options to find the best price for your journey. Check out our handy price calendar below, where you can see the best prices across all modes of transport from Warsaw to Berlin.

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Cheap train tickets from Warsaw to Berlin
Looking for the best deal on a train ticket for your trip? Here are 4 ways to get cheap train tickets from Warsaw to Berlin.

Book in advance and save

If you're looking for the best deal for your trip from Warsaw to Berlin, booking train tickets in advance is a great way to save money, but keep in mind that advance tickets are usually not available until 3 months before your travel date.

Stay flexible with your travel time and explore off-peak journeys

Planning your trips around off-peak travel times not only means that you'll be able to avoid the crowds, but can also end up saving you money. Being flexible with your schedule and considering alternative routes or times will significantly impact the amount of money you spend on getting from Warsaw to Berlin.

Always check special offers

Checking on the latest deals can help save a lot of money, making it worth taking the time to browse and compare prices. So make sure you get the best deal on your ticket and take advantage of special fares for children, youth and seniors as well as discounts for groups.

Unlock the potential of slower trains or connecting trains

If you're planning a trip with some flexible time, why not opt for the scenic route? Taking slower trains or connecting trains that make more stops may save you money on your ticket – definitely worth considering if it fits in your schedule.

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Best time to book Warsaw to Berlin travel

Virail Pro Tip ✌: Booking 10 days in advance save 10% on average

Price as departure date approaches

Train companies may charge higher ticket prices as the date of departure approaches. Prices in the next days can range from around $33.43 to $71.93 but may be subject to change. Our advice is to book as early as possible to potentially save up to 54% on your trip!

Best time to book cheap train tickets from Warsaw to Berlin

The cheapest Warsaw - Berlin train tickets can be found for as low as $37.07 if you’re lucky, or $43.74 on average. The most expensive ticket can cost as much as $48.92.

Find the best day to travel to Berlin by train

When travelling to Berlin by train, if you want to avoid crowds you can check how frequently our customers are travelling in the next 30-days using the graph below. On average, the peak hours to travel are between 6:30am and 9am in the morning, or between 4pm and 7pm in the evening. Please keep this in mind when travelling to your point of departure as you may need some extra time to arrive, particularly in big cities!

Carriers on this route

Find out more about the carriers on this route.

Eurocity (EC) trains are specifically designed for short and long-distance travel, connecting major cities in various European countries as part of the extensive international train services. Eurocity (EC) trains are operated by a range of national railway companies across Europe, including Deutsche Bahn (Germany), SNCF (France), Trenitalia (Italy), SBB (Switzerland), and ÖBB (Austria). The Eurocity (EC) service offers regular schedules and convenient connections between prominent cities like Paris, Berlin, Milan, and Vienna.

In 2001, the PKP Group was formed as a result of restructuring the state-owned Polish railways in compliance with directives from the European Union. The company operates various types of trains, including Intercity, Express, Regional, Pendolino and EuroNight trains. PKP also operates high-speed trains under the brand name "Pendolino," which can reach speeds of up to 250 km/h.

České dráhy, often abbreviated as ČD, is the principal passenger and freight railway operator in the Czech Republic. The company was founded in 1993 following the division of the former Czechoslovak State Railways into separate entities. České dráhy operates both domestic and international passenger train services.

Ticket types and facilities from Warsaw to Berlin

Compare the different ticket types and the facilities provided by EuroCity, PKP and Czech Railways when traveling from Warsaw to Berlin.

Second Class

With Deutsche Bahn's Eurocity trains, a second-class ticket guarantees you a more affordable journey. Throughout your trip, you can access basic facilities like electrical outlets, air conditioning, and a bar carriage.
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First Class

If you wish to elevate your travel experience in a quieter place with additional services such as adjustable seats, more legroom, catering service, and seat selection, you can opt for the first-class tickets on Deutsche Bahn's Eurocity trains.
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Second Class

Second class tickets on PKP Intercity are more affordable, offer standard seating with basic amenities, and may be more crowded during peak travel times.
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First Class

First class tickets on PKP trains offer larger, more comfortable seats with more legroom, better facilities and amenities, complimentary snacks and drinks, and a quieter atmosphere, but are more expensive.
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Standard / Second Class

The second class ticket of Czech Rail (ČD) includes standard seats with access to basic amenities, such as a WC on each train and free Wi-Fi on most trains.
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Premium / First Class

Czech Rail (ČD) offers first class with more spacious and comfortable seats, more legroom, and additional amenities.
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Facility Description

Find out more about the different facilities available onboard with each carrier on this route.

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DB's EC trains feature recently updated coaches equipped with power sockets.
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Deutsche Bahn is progressively adding free WiFi to their EC trains.
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On DB Eurocity trains, you can bring any amount of luggage without restrictions. Store small bags either in the overhead racks or beneath your seats. For bigger luggage items, use the racks found in the compartments or close to the exterior doors.
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The Mobility Service assists with boarding, disembarking, and train transitions. Additionally, the staff is ready to address any inquiries or provide support to ensure a smooth journey.
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On EC trains, dine in the onboard restaurant or grab a quick bite from the bistro. First Class passengers receive complimentary meals at their seat. DB provides diverse, locally-sourced food options, including vegetarian and vegan choices.
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DB's EC trains now boast modernized carriages with air conditioning.
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All domestic Express InterCity trains now offer free Wi-Fi, as do select international routes to Berlin and Vienna, thanks to a partnership with T-Mobile, a leading mobile operator in Poland.
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The Quiet Zone, at no extra charge, is located in carriage no. 7 on every Express InterCity Premium train, accommodating 61 seats.
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Passengers can access electric sockets, with ample outlets available in both PKP przewozy regionalne and PKP inter-regionalne.
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You can take advantage of free baggage allowance on their journeys. This includes small and easy-to-carry items that fit in the overhead and under-the-seat compartments. However, if the luggage is too large to fit in these compartments, there will be a fee of PLN 5.81 per item. So, you should keep in mind the size of their luggage before boarding the train to avoid any additional fees.
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PKP Intercity provides designated seating for disabled individuals or those with reduced mobility, with specific allocations based on carriage type. On EIP trains, it's advisable for such passengers to book at least 2 days in advance, though seats for wheelchair users remain continuously available. Those using wheelchairs can also purchase tickets directly onboard EIP trains if designated spots remain open. Additionally, some train routes feature carriages adapted for wheelchair users. It's important to note that if a disabled passenger is traveling with an assistance dog, they are required to book the entire compartment in couchette carriages.
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Every traveler receives a complimentary drink regardless of class, while first class passengers also enjoy a meal served at their seat.
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All trains come equipped with air conditioning.
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You are allowed to transport certain items free of charge while traveling on trains. These include easy-to-carry things that fit in the overhead and under-the-seat compartments, as well as an unfolded pram when traveling with children, and one pair of skis. However, you will need to pay an additional fee for each bicycle they bring, provided that it is unfolded and not packed.
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Complimentary Wi-Fi is accessible to all passengers, with varying data limits based on class and country. Policies might adjust to manage roaming data costs, optimizing user experience.
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In the Czech Republic, power outlets are type E with a standard voltage of 230 V and a 50 Hz frequency.
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You are responsible for transporting their own hand luggage, either by placing it above or below their seat or on their lap on ČD trains. As long as the luggage does not exceed the dimensions of 90 x 60 x 40 cm, it is considered hand luggage even if it cannot be stored above or below the seat. Certain types of train carriages may have special luggage racks for hand luggage. However, it is prohibited to store hand luggage on seats or in the train's sanitary facilities. Fortunately, transporting hand luggage on ČD trains is free of charge.
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Trains are wheelchair-friendly, catering to passengers with limited mobility and orientation.
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The dining carriage boasts a diverse menu of food and drinks, ensuring options for all. Certain trains marked on the timetable provide this service. Additionally, for those on routes such as Prague to Ostrava, Prague to Luhačovice, Hradec Králové, Cheb, etc., the ČD Minibar brings refreshments directly to seats. This mobile service offers items like coffee, tea, and snacks. While the minibar has a limited capacity, its stock is frequently replenished at boarding stations. For a quick grab, snack vending machines from Delikomat are present on selected routes, offering beverages and treats like Horalky and Müsli bars.
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Air-conditioning is available on select trains.
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To transport a bike on a Czech Railways (ČD) train, you can use either oversized luggage service or luggage storage during transport service. You will pay a carriage fee based on the distance traveled and an additional one-off storage fee for the latter service. On some trains, you may reserve a space for your bike, while on others, it's required.
Services on board PKP, EuroCity and Ostdeutsche Eisenbahn from Warsaw to Berlin
Compare services on board when travelling from Warsaw to Berlin by train.
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Warsaw to Berlin CO2 Emissions by Train

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Train
36.21kg
Bus
38.8kg
Flight
103.47kg
Car
82.78kg
What are the CO2 emissions from Warsaw to Berlin by train? The CO2 emissions from taking the train between Warsaw and Berlin are 36.21kg.
How much CO2 do I save by taking the train between Warsaw and Berlin? By taking the train between Warsaw and Berlin you will save 67.26kg CO2 emissions compared to a flight, 2.59kg compared to a bus and 46.57kg compared to a car.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is a train ticket from Warsaw to Berlin?
A train ticket from Warsaw to Berlin is $42.44. However the price varies depending on how early you buy, and if it's peak time to travel. Occasionally you can find them for as cheap as $30.69.
What's the cheapest train ticket from Warsaw to Berlin?
The cheapest ticket you can get from Warsaw to Berlin is $30.69. We recommend booking as early as possible and off-peak hours to get the cheapest ticket possible. Off-peak times are usually from 09:30 to 16:00, and after 19:00.
What's the distance between Warsaw and Berlin by train?
Warsaw to Berlin is 321.47 mi.
How long does the train between Warsaw and Berlin take?
Warsaw to Berlin is on average 5 hr 38 min. However the fastest option will get you there in 5 hr 20 min.
Which companies operate from Warsaw to Berlin?
The train journey from Warsaw to Berlin is covered by 3 operator(s). On Virail you can find these carriers that provide services on this route: PKP, Czech Railways, EuroCity and Ostdeutsche Eisenbahn.
How many train connections per day go from Warsaw to Berlin?
Warsaw to Berlin has 5 connection(s) per day on average.
What time does the first train from Warsaw to Berlin leave?
The earliest train from Warsaw to Berlin departs at 4:31 AM. However be sure to check with us the schedule on the day you want to leave as the time may differ.
What time does the last train from Warsaw to Berlin depart?
The latest train from Warsaw to Berlin departs at 4:45 PM. However be sure to check with us the schedule on the day you want to leave as the time may differ.
Should I book my ticket from Warsaw to Berlin in advance?
If you can, we recommend booking your ticket as early as possible to ensure you get better savings. The cheapest train ticket we have found is $30.69 but this may be subject to change depending on the day of travel, hour you wish to depart and how far in advance you book.
From which stations can I leave from Warsaw to Berlin?
There are 6 station(s) that you can depart from Warsaw to go to Berlin. You can go from Warszawa Zachodnia, Warsaw Młociny, Warszawa Wschodnia, Warszawa, Warszawa Służewiec and Metro Marymont and you can arrive at Berlin Ostkreuz, Berlin ZOB, Berlin Ostbahnhof, Berlin Tegel Airport, Berlin Zoologischer Garten, Berlin Alexanderplatz, Berlin Potsdamer Platz (S), Berlin Hbf, Spandau and Berlin Friedrichstraße.
How many direct connections depart from Warsaw to Berlin?
There are on average 5 direct connection(s) from Warsaw to go to Berlin.
What's the fastest journey time between Warsaw to Berlin by train?
The fastest journey time by train between Warsaw and Berlin is 5 hr 20 min.
Is there a direct train from Warsaw to Berlin?
Yes, there is a direct train between Warsaw and Berlin.
What are the CO2 emissions for Warsaw to Berlin by train?
The train journey from Warsaw to Berlin creates 36.21kg of CO2 emissions.

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