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Warsaw is the dynamic capital of the largest country in the CEE region, Poland. It has been home to CMS since 1995, and both international investors and leading local companies use the city as the base for their Polish operations.

If you are doing business in Poland, you can rely on the experience and technical know-how of over 150 CMS lawyers, providing you with a full service offering. Our lawyers work closely with colleagues across the world and specialise in various industry sectors from early on in their careers. We benefit from the combination of strong local roots with a global reach of over 4,800 legal and tax professionals across over 70 offices worldwide.

Business and regulatory environments are constantly evolving. All our advisers are always up-to-date with new regulations and market developments in both Polish and international market to deliver the best service.

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The Warsaw office is located in the very centre of the city, in the Varso Tower. There is underground station access nearby, and it is within walking distance from the Central Railway Station.

By underground

Click here to view the Warsaw Underground map.

The names of the nearest public transport stops are Central Station and Rondo ONZ. 

By aeroplane

Okęcie airport - Okęcie is the main airport, located within the area of Warsaw. The fastest way to reach Okęcie airport from the city is to use a taxi. To get to the office from the airport, you can have one arranged for you in front of the building. These are authorised and safe taxis.

Modlin airport - Modlin airport is located 35 km North-West from Warsaw center. It is mainly used for low-cost airlines and charters. The best way to get to Modlin airport is by taxi.

By taxi

We are a few minutes walk from from the Central Railway Station where a taxi stand is. 

Underground parking is available – please contact Reception (+48 22 520 55 55) to arrange.

In case you need accommodation, there is also NYX hotel in Varso complex.

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Varso Tower
Chmielna 69
00-801 Warsaw


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