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Poland’s capital Warsaw, located on the banks of the River Vistula, was completely destroyed at the end of World War 2, but has been rebuilt and risen like a phoenix emerging as a favorite vacation destination for millions of tourists from around the world. One of the leading lights of the ‘New Europe’, Warsaw has much to offer to the quintessential tourists.

With cheap flights to Warsaw from FlyOfinder arrive in a historic city and get mesmerized with its myriad cultural attractions and vibrant entertainment options. Book air tickets to Warsaw &  Grab upto 49% off on LOT Polish Airlines, British Airways, Lufthansa. Find flight deals, top attractions, & more

Flying to Warsaw


Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport

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High Season

June to August

Low Season

March-May & September-November

Cheapest Month to Fly


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Best Time to Fly

March-May & September-November

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Time Zone

Central European Standard Time (GMT +1)

Must see Places in Warsaw

Museum of the Warsaw Uprising: The Museum of the Warsaw Uprising is a great place for history buffs who want to learn about the Warsaw uprising which took place during the fag end of the World War 2. The museum also offers insight into the rich history of this iconic city.

Muranow: The Monument to the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto or Muranow is a tribute to the 220 freedom fighters who were killed resisting the Nazis. The granite monument is also a homage to the Jewish resistance fighters who were either killed or sent to the concentration camps in Tremblinka. This is also the first monument built by the Communist government in Poland in 1948.

Royal Castle: The baroque Zamek Królewski or the Royal Castle was the former residence of the Polish kings. The Royal Castle has been converted into a museum showcasing period furniture, Gobelin tapestry and decorative artifacts, including porcelain and artworks.

Warsaw has been a mute witness to the ravages of time and reborn several times. The vibrant city with its palaces, castles, churches, and museums offers something for everyone. Some of the top attractions you will enjoy visiting in Warsaw include Wilanow Palace Museum, Lazienki Park, Chopin’s House, Krakowskie Przedmiescie, Museum of the History of Polish Jews, Copernicus Science Centre, Nowy Swiat, Palace of Culture and Science, Nicolaus Copernicus Monument, St. John’s Cathedral, Miniature Park, and Warsaw Barbican.

Best Time to Fly to Warsaw

Warsaw experiences cold winters and warm summers. Book your cheap flight tickets to Warsaw at least 60 days in advance when planning to visit during the peak summer season from June to August. The temperatures are pleasant usually hovering hover in the 50s F, 60s F and 70s F. This is also the time to enjoy great outdoors with many seasonal events and festivals.

Getting Around in Warsaw

Warsaw is well connected with different parts of the world by major international airlines operating flights to Warsaw Frederik Chopin Airport. Reaching the city centre from the airport is easy through airport shuttle bus, taxis, public buses and Metro. The tourists arriving at the airport should beware of hiring unmetered taxis, which are potential traps.

Best Things to Do in Warsaw

Warsaw is a remarkable destination in Europe to enjoy a vacation. The city with its glorious history, world-class museums, stunning monuments, trendy cafes and bustling streets offers it all to the quintessential visitors. Here are some of the best things you will like to pursue whenever in Warsaw.

  • Explore the historic Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The reconstructed old town is a must-see for everyone visiting the city. The Old Town Market Place is a major highlight here. It is one of the most beautiful squares in Poland
  • Make a wish and feel the magical power of the historic Wishing Bell. The bronze bell statue, which dates back to the 17th century, is situated in Canon Square in the Old Town
  • Take a tour of the Royal Route connecting three former royal palaces. This famous route covers 11 km and passes through many palaces, museums, churches and streets. The three royal residences worth visiting along the route include the Wilanow Palace, the Royal Castle and the Palace on the Isle
  • Consider taking Jewish History Walking Tour to get an insight into the rich Jewish history that Warsaw has to offer from yesteryears to the present times
  • Warsaw is renowned for its splendid street and urban art. Take a free walking tour in the Praga district, popular for its thriving local street art scene
Frequently Asked Questions

Major international airlines offering direct flights to Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport include Emirates, Qatar Airways, Lufthansa, KLM, Iberia, Alitalia, Czech Airlines and Norwegian.

The most popular routes served from USA to Warsaw include New York JFK, Newark Liberty and Chicago O’Hare.

Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is situated at a distance of five (5) miles from central Warsaw.

Taking the Metro is the easiest and quickest way to reach downtown Warsaw from the Warsaw Chopin airport. Both the S2 and S3 lines provide connectivity to downtown Warsaw and Warsaw Central Station, respectively from the airport. Other modes of transportation include buses, rental cars, taxis and shuttles.

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