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Flights to Warsaw, Poland

Fly to Warsaw, city of music

Visit Warsaw, where everything is infused with music. This is thanks mainly to the composer Frédéric Chopin, born in the town of Żelazowa Wola, not far from Warsaw. Since 1927, every five years the city has hosted one of the major international piano competitions, featuring the greatest names in the world of classical music.

Warsaw for urban travellers

Take your time, and give yourself up to Warsaw’s buzzing streets and hidden nooks. Set off along the Royal Route (Trakt Królewski) and check out the famous castle complex at Castle Square. Stroll to the Krakow suburb with its numerous palaces and magnificent churches. Turn down New World Street and discover one of the fascinating medieval lanes where the intoxicating aroma of coffee wafts from the cafes. You can buy wooden Nativity figures, sweet honey biscuits or a Boleslawiec Pottery dish. In the evening you can try a jazz club in the old town and taste some traditional Polish vodka.

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Romantic moments in Warsaw

Buy a bright bouquet of tulips or a sweet-scented rose from the famous florist Elżbieta Nowosielska in the town centre, then hop on a boat for a romantic ride along the Vistula. You can discover hidden nooks and stroll up the picturesque Stone Steps, from the top of which you can enjoy the view of the river. Take the time for an afternoon rest amid the greenery of the Krasiński Gardens, and spice up your day with a romantic dinner at the Swiętoszek restaurant in the old town centre.

Warsaw, capital of the arts

Warsaw is a paradise for art lovers. You can admire the wonderful landscapes and motifs of this big city on a stroll through the Old Town Market Place, while there are numerous museums and galleries to enjoy. One of the largest collections of paintings can be seen at the National Museum, which houses the works of Polish painters from the 16th century to the mid-20th century. Fans of modern Polish painting enthusiasts should visit the Zachęta National Gallery.

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When you come to Warsaw, don’t miss:

  • The Chopin Museum: a collection of the composer’s personal items, with the original libretto for his Mazurka.
  • Marie Skłodowska–Curie Museum: in the birth house of one of the greatest scientists, physicists and chemists, who in 1903 was the first woman to receive the Nobel Prize, you can see an exhibition and film about her life and work.
  • Royal Castle: a magnificent Baroque castle complex built in the 14th century. Once the royal residence of King Sigismund III (1566–1632), it is today one of the main sights of the city and home to an outstanding art gallery.
  • Warsaw Barbican: constructed as part of the fortification of the old town centre in 1548. The brick red of its walls lends a very expressive tone to the city.
  • St. John’s Cathedral: the Gothic cathedral from the beginning of the 15th century, not far from the Royal Castle. It was here that the Polish-Lithuanian King Stanisław August Poniatowski was crowned in 1764.
  • Jewish Ghetto: before the Second World War, one of the largest Jewish communities lived in Warsaw. You can visit the area of the former ghetto in the Żoliborz section of the city by bus or tram.
  • Warsaw’s smallest house: a city curiosity from the end of the 18th century. The house is attached to the Church of the Holy Spirit, and measures just a few square metres. Today it functions as a newspaper kiosk.
  • Palace of Culture and Science: the tallest building in Warsaw (231 m), built in 1955 in the socialist realist style. Today it houses numerous conference halls and exhibition spaces. From the top it offers wonderful views of Warsaw and its surroundings.
  • Ujazdowski Park: one of the many parks in Warsaw, not far from the Botanical Gardens. It offers relaxation in the shade of trees and a cooling lake, and attractive hiking trails weave through the park.
  • Pożegnanie z Afryką (transl: “Out of Africa”): A favourite coffee shop in the heart of the city, with a rich selection of coffees from all parts of the world. You can also buy their coffees. The coffee shop chain was established by an inspired Polish traveller who spent time in Africa.

Warsaw is a paradise for art lovers. You can admire the sights of this great city on a stroll through the Old Town Market Place, while there are numerous museums and galleries to enjoy. Fly to Warsaw with us.