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What to do if you lose things in public transport in Warsaw: where to turn

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What to do if you lose things in public transport in Warsaw: where to turn

Forgetting or losing things in public transport in another country is not a pleasant thing, but there is a solution and a chance that your thing will be found. Learn more about what to do and where to go if you lose things in Warsaw transport

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Almost every person at least once in his life had to accidentally leave his things on a bus or subway, or vice versa, find someone else's property that was forgotten by one of the passengers.


Fortunately, in every country, in particular in Poland, there is a so-called Lost and Found Bureau, which you can turn to in case of losing your belongings in public transport. We tell you what to do, where to go and how to return lost things in Warsaw.


What to do if you forgot your things in public transport in Warsaw?


There is a rule that is known to all users of public transport in Warsaw. If you find things that someone accidentally forgot, you must notify the driver. After that, the transport driver will hand over the lost items to the so-called Lost and Found Bureau. Therefore, if you are faced with the loss of your personal belongings in public transport - you also need to contact this Bureau. Most likely, your things will be found there.


In Warsaw, there are several branches of the Lost and Found Bureau for each type of public transport.


Bureau of finds in Warsaw: contacts


• Bureau of found objects in city buses:


- MIEJSKIE ZAKŁADY AUTOBUSOWE Sp. z o. o.;

  - phone: 22 568-78-05;

- working hours: from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.;

- Biuro Rzeczy Znalezionych przy ulicy Włościańskiej 52.


• Bureau of found objects in trams of Warsaw:


- TRAMWAJE WARSZAWSKI;

- phone: 22 568-78-05;

- working hours: from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.;

- Biuro Rzeczy Znalezionych przy ulicy Włościańskiej 52.


• Bureau of found objects in the Warsaw metro:


- WARSZAWSKI METRO;

- phone: 22 655-42-42;

- working hours: from 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.;


• Bureau of found objects in suburban trains:


- SZYBKA KOLEJ MIEJSKA;

- phone: 22 699-71-95;

- work schedule: around the clock.


• Bureau of found objects on the approach railway:


- WARSZAWSKA KOLEJ DOJAZDOWA;

- phone: 22 755-70-82.


Also, to simplify the procedure of finding lost things in Warsaw, there is a special contact center where you can clarify information 24 hours a day by calling 19 115.


Keep in mind that each vehicle has a corresponding number, which consists of 3-4 digits. If you managed to remember the number of the means of transport in which you left your belongings, this will greatly help in the search.


We will remind you! Previously, we told you what to do if you forgot things on the train or at the "Ukrzaliznytsia" station. Detailed information on this can be found at the link.




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