For visitors 2018-09-24T16:33:02+00:00

For Visitors

During the second Electronics Show, we will present the new trends and the latest achievements in the consumer electronics industry: technologies and solutions for consumers and business.

International structure Hosted buyers program / Increased exhibition space

The main areas of Electronics Show fairs:

Home & Hobby

  • Home appliances
  • Smart Home
  • Mobile technologies
  • GSM accessories
  • Sports electronics
  • Gaming


  • Autonomous vehicles
  • Chargers
  • Cars of the future
  • Electric two-wheelers

Audio & Video & Foto

  • TV & beamers
  • Home cinema systems
  • Record players
  • Photographic equipment & accessories
  • Dj zone

New technologies

  • VR/AR
  • Robots
  • Drones
  • 3D print

Strategic partner of electronics show 2019:

Partners of electronics show 2019:

Registration b2b

We invite all professionals from the industry to participate in the largest electronics fair in Poland – Electronics Show. The participation of representatives from the sector  is free after registration. The free tickets are limited in number.

Register now

Location and directions


Warsaw Expo is located in the western suburban area of Warsaw near Nadarzyn. You can come to us using suburban lines 703, 711, 733 that start from P + R Krakowska and getting out at the Paszków bus stop. Buses run every half an hour, from 5: 00 till 23: 00 (excluding night buses). We recommend that you check public transport timetable everytime. When buying tickets, remember that Warsaw Expo is in 2nd ticket zone,

  • Ticket price for 20 minutes is 3.40 zł.
  • Ticket price for 75 minutes is 4.40 zł.


Most buses arrive and depart from the bus terminals: the West Railway Station (Warsaw West PKS) and Eastern Station (Warszawa Eastern PKS) located next to the railway station.

We suggest visitors to use the terminal located at the West Railway Station due to the convenient connections to international bus lines; Eurolines and Ecolines.

Express bus line Polish Bus (Prague, Bratislava, Vienna and Berlin) stops at bus stops and Metro Młociny Metro Wilanowska, which are well connected with the Warsaw metro line.


Warsaw has three stations for long-distance trains: Central Station (Warsaw Central), Eastern Railway Station (Warsaw East) and the Western Railway Station (Warsaw West). Due to its distance to Ptak Warsaw Expo, we recommend using the West Railway Station.


Warsaw has two airports: International Warsaw Chopin Airport (IATA: WAW) that supports all major airlines and Modlin Airport (IATA: WMI) that supports low-cost airlines. Warsaw Expo is also conveniently located in relation to Łódź Airport (IATA: LCJ). Due to its distance to Ptak Warsaw Expo, we recommend using the Warsaw Chopin Airport.


Come and see the state of the art electronics!