Free Wi-Fi Expands Across Warsaw
The city of Warsaw continues to expand its network of free wifi hotspot across the city, with coverage in several new locations starting by the beginning of June.
Currently, Warsaw's free wifi internet is available to use in much of the centre, particularly those areas popular with tourists. The Old Town is nearly completely covered with wifi accessibility, as well as the Royal Route starting at Plac Zamkowy and down along Krakowskie Przedmiescie and Nowy Swiat streets. There are also hotspots in the Powisle district along Browarna and Topiel streets, as well as in the Wiecha Passage along the Marszalkowska shopping strip.
To log onto to wifi connection, simply look for available networks and choose "UMWarszawa". When you attempt to open any page in your browser, you will be automatically redirected to a site where you must login using an e-mail address.
The new hotspots planned will cover areas of the Royal Route south of Nowy Swiat including Rondo de Gaulle, Plac Trzech Krzyzy, and Dobra-Lipowa, Zielniecka, and Francuska streets.