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Warsaw. Harry Styles will perform at the National Stadium. How to get to the concert? Impediments

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Harry Styles will perform at the National Stadium. Fans are already gathering in front of the facility. The Public Transport Authority encourages you to travel to the site by public transport. As he assures, after the end of the event, an efficient return will be ensured by the metro, buses and trams, which will run with increased frequency.

The concert is part of the “Love On Tour” tour, and the special guest of the concert will be the group Wet Leg. Harry Styles, known in Poland, among others from the hit “As It Was”.

Fans have been gathering in front of the National Stadium since the morning, waiting for the concert. Mateusz Szmelter tvnwarszawa.pl was there. – Attendance varies at different gates. A large group of people had already gathered around one of them. Fans are sitting, talking and picnicking – reported the reporter.

What’s the best way to get to the show? According to the Public Transport Authority, trains on the second metro line will arrive at the stations with a frequency of about 3-4 minutes. Concerts can also be reached by trams and buses. Access to the Warszawa Wschodnia or Warszawa Stadion stations from the east will also be provided by SKM and Koleje Mazowieckie trains.

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Restrictions in Saska Kępa and the surrounding area

At 5 pm, entry to Saska Kępa will be restricted. Until 21:00, the areas limited by the following streets will be excluded from individual traffic: Aleja Poniatowskiego, Aleja Wasza, Międzynarodowa, Aleja Unii and Wał Miedzeszyński, and Aleja Unii, Aleja Wał Miedzeszyński, Bankura and Gen. Bora-Komorowskiego.

The restrictions will not apply to vehicles of people with SK identifiers, taxis and two-wheelers. Public buses will also run here without changes.

Traffic restrictions around the National Stadiuminfoulice.um.warszawa.p

Depending on the current situation, the police may decide to close individual streets. If Sokola Street is closed, from Zamoście to Wybrzeże Szczecińskie, from 5 p.m. until the end of the transport of participants, buses 102, 125 and 202 will go along Targowa and Kijowska Streets to the Dworzec Wschodni (Kijowska) terminus, and 146 and 147 along Wybrzeże Szczecińskie and Zamoście.

If Sokola, Zamoście and Zamoyskiego streets are closed, buses 102, 125, 135, 146, 147 and 202 will be diverted to detour routes. Buses 102, 125 and 202 will travel along Targowa and Kijowska streets to the terminus Dworzec Wschodni (Kijowska), 135 they will go along Targowa Street, and 146 and 147 along Zieleniecka Avenue.

By public transport after the concert

After the end of the concert, a smooth return home will be ensured by public transport. However, it should be remembered that around 10:30 p.m., if the Poniatowski Bridge and Aleje Jerozolimskie between the de Gaulle roundabout and the Washington roundabout are closed (the decision is taken by the police), trams and buses will be directed to the detour routes.

Tram lines 7, 9 and 24, on the Śródmieście side, will end their courses at Plac Starynkiewicza, and in Praga, 9 and 24, at the Ratuszowa-Zoo terminus; while the “seven” will go along Washington Avenue to the Wiatraczna roundabout. Trams of line 22 on the side of Śródmieście will reach Plac Starynkiewicza, and in Praga they will run in the loop Wiatraczna, Aleja Zieleniecka, Aleja Washington, and Wiatraczna.

A replacement bus line Z-9 will be launched on the following routes: Plac Zawiszy, Aleje Jerozolimskie, Nowy Świat, Książęca, Ludna, Solec, Trasa Łazienkowska, Wał Miedzeszyński, Winners, Saska, Aleje Washington, and Wiatraczna.

Bus lines 111, 117, 158, 166, 507, 521, N22, N24 and N72 will bypass the closed part of the routes via the Łazienkowski bridge.

After the concert, additional bus routes 509 will be launched, which will take you to Winnica (from the stop Rondo Washingtona 04) and to Gocław (from the stop Rondo Washingtona 03). Trains of the second metro line will run more frequently in the direction of Trocka and Bemowo stations.

Additional tram lines 9 and 26 will run on a shorter route. Line 9 from Gocławek, Washington Avenue, Zieleniecka, Targowa, Ratuszowa, Jagiellońska to the Ratuszowa-Zoo loop. Line 26 – Zieleniecka Avenue, Targowa Avenue to the Młociny Metro.

Main photo source: Mateusz Szmelter/tvnwarszawa.pl

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