Flights to Warsaw (PL)

One of the the historic and cultural centres of Poland is the celebrated city of Warsaw. Warsaw is the largest city and capital of Poland, making it the financial and political centre of the country today. Warsaw International Airport offers service to extensive European destinations, as well as cities in North America, the Middle East and Asia. Although the city experienced an extremely volatile history during World War II, it has done a commendable job rebuilding itself and reclaiming its identity. Warsaw's Old Town is home to a number of famous sites, including the Royal Castle and the Royal Palace. Appropriately enough the Royal Road was a route connecting the two and today there are many sites of interest along it. The Polish National Opera is located in the city and offers world class performances throughout the year and is a must see attraction for anyone interested in theater. Finally, a visit to Warsaw isn't complete without sampling the local cuisine, which is offered throughout the city at numerous restaurants and cafes.

Poland is one of the oldest and most history rich parts of Europe. It is quickly becoming an important international business focal point, bridging European markets to Russia and Asia. The country has had a tumultuous history and this is well documented in the numerous museums, historical sites and cultural centres throughout the country. Today the country is still known for its rich culture and academic excellence, with world renowned universities in Krakow and Warsaw. Regardless of the reason for your visit to Poland, the country is sure to surprise and enlighten you with its colourful history and bright future!
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Places of interest

  • Grand Theatre
  • Krasiński Palace
  • Castle Square
  • Zachęta National Gallery of Art
  • Fryderyk Chopin Museum

More info about your Warsaw city trip

  • Warsaw Tourist Information
  • Ul. Rozbrat 26
  • 00-426 Warsaw
  • Tel. (+48) 22 62 26 96 8

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1. London-Warsaw
07/11 - 09/11/2016 London-Warsaw Helvetic Airrways
2. Manchester-Warsaw
06/05 - 13/05/2017 Manchester-Warsaw Air France
3. Glasgow-Warsaw
17/12 - 30/12/2016 Glasgow-Warsaw Multiple Carriers
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4. Southampton-Warsaw
13/11 - 14/12/2016 Southampton-Warsaw Multiple Carriers
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5. Aberdeen-Warsaw
20/12 - 09/01/2017 Aberdeen-Warsaw Multiple Carriers
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6. Belfast-Warsaw
20/12 - 01/01/2017 Belfast-Warsaw Multiple Carriers
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7. Bradford-Warsaw
12/11 - 06/12/2016 Bradford-Warsaw Multiple Carriers
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8. Carlisle-Warsaw
27/11 - 02/01/2017 Carlisle-Warsaw Multiple Carriers
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The climate in Warsaw is categorised as humid continental. Winter temperatures tend to be between freezing and negative 10 C. The summer weather is usually warm but not hot, with temperatures typically in the low 20s. The humid winters tend to have heavy precipitation, both rain and snow. It’s a good idea to bring an umbrella.


Warsaw’s mainstream shopping can be found scattered through the city centre and in the area’s many covered shopping malls, some of which are centrally located. Try Nowy Swiat for the feel of a traditional high street. The largest shopping mall is Arkadia. Złote Tarasy (Golden Terraces) combines shopping, entertainment and office space. Cross the river to Praga for cutting edge art, music and fashion. Fabryka Trzciny is an old factory converted to studios for artists and musicians. Explore the district to find galleries, vintage items and antiques.


Polish food is comfort food, and it’s perhaps best enjoyed with Polish beer or vodka. Try one of the few remaining communist-era milk bars for cheap and classically prepared cabbage soup, pirogies and borscht. At the cafes, look for wild mushroom dishes and creatively filled pirogies. You can find high end ethnic and fusion restaurants in the city centre, for a more sophisticated culinary experience.


Praga, a working class neighbourhood across the river from the city centre, is blooming with alternative clubs, shops and restaurants. Look for the courtyard at Ulica 11 Listopada 22, where Klub Saturator, Hydrozagadka and Sklad Butelek draw a young, trendy crowd. For a collection of cheap and atmospheric dive bars, duck into the laneway behind Nowy Swiat. The city centre is also full of nightclubs and bars, including the showy and exclusive type, but they are not concentrated in one area. Warsaw is a city of neighbourhood pubs and clubs, where many of the residents like to go out drinking and dancing.

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