About Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI)
Address: Gen. Wiktora Thommee 1a St., Generala Wiktora Thommée 1a, Warsaw, 05-102
Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI) was opened in July 2012 in Poland and is a popular airport for low-cost airline a well as international carriers. The airport is located outside of Warsaw by 40 km (25 miles). The city centre of Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki is roughly 15 to 20 minutes from the airport when driving down Generala Wiktora Thommee.
(WMI) is a popular airport for the budget traveler through Europe, with such airlines operating as Ryanair. Warsaw Modlin Airport car rentals are therefore very popular with airport travelers to explore Poland.
Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI) is conveniently outside of Warsaw, so you will be able to readily reach destinations such as the Royal Castle in Warsaw, which was formerly the royal palace residence. You can also travel to Warsaw Old Town to explore the sites with your Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI) airport car rental.
When you pick up your car hire, you will want to follow ground transportation signage in the airport to get to the car rental companies. Once you pick up your airport car rental, you can head out. It's an easy ride to downtown Warsaw and to check out the sites, from Lazienki Park the 1950s Soviet landmark known as the Palace of Culture and Science.
Visitors to Warsaw come to Poland from all over, and many opt to rent a car. You can skip needing to worry about public transportation by getting your rental car from the airport. In addition to visiting sites around Warsaw, you can check out other destinations in Poland, such as Krakow, the Gothic castle. You can also visit Centennial Hall in Wroclaw.
Choosing your car
Your (WMI) car rental can come from a variety of car rental companies, such as the Green Motion Car and Van Rental. Our quick search gives you options from cars to SUVs. There are so many car rental options for you at (WMI) that they offer competitive rates, and we offer some of the best rates for your car rental. Car rental carriers offer options from a Volkswagen or Skoda cars to a Volkswagen minivan. You can pick the size you need for your travels.
Tips and advice
When driving in Poland, you will need to drive on the right side of the road, unlike Great Britain where you have to drive on the left side of the road.
Driving has its dangers in Poland, especially in the evening. There is limited lighting on the streets in many areas, so you'll want to ensure you drive with your headlights on.
Use caution when driving because large trucks commonly use the roadways, as Poland is an east to west thoroughfare for heavy vehicles.
There are several items that you need to have in your rental car at all times or you can receive a heavy fine, including a fire extinguisher and a reflective jacket.
Make sure that you take valuables out of your car or risk them being taken by vandals. Parking in paid lots that are guarded can minimize the risk.
Traffic can be very bad in Warsaw, so you will want to drive carefully. There have been reports of people breaking into cars while the driver sits in traffic.