Taking the train from Berlin to Warsaw is a great way to travel from Germany to Poland when you are visiting Europe.
There is a special kind of direct train from Berlin to Warsaw, the Berlin-Warszawa Express. The train is jointly operated by Deutsche Bahn and Polish Railways.
Berlin-Warszawa Express trains depart the Berlin Hauptbahnhof (central station) four times every day for the Warsaw Centralna station. There is one departure in the very early morning, one in the mid-morning, one in the early afternoon, and one in the early evening. There is also a direct train in the night, but it is not a Berlin-Warszawa Express train.
The journey time from Berlin to Warsaw ranges from 5 hours and 28 minutes to 6 hours and 27 minutes, depending on timetables.
The price of a train ticket to Warsaw varies, so it pays to plan ahead and book well in advance. Ticket fares can be as low as 29 euros in second class and 49 euros in first class if you take advantage of special Savings Fares.
Reservations on all trains from Berlin to Warsaw are required, so make sure to book a seat reservation when you book your train ticket. The price is usually included in the ticket fare.