A city trip to Warsaw will inspire you with many impressions, as the capital wins the hearts of its visitors with its unique lively atmosphere and combines the old with the modern. Immerse yourself in Warsaw’s turbulent past, stroll through the picturesque Old Town and relax in the beautifully landscaped parks. In Warsaw you will encounter different architectural style epochs as well as culinary highlights. Last but not least, Warsaw is also known for its vibrant nightlife, so there’s no way you’ll get bored on a city break!
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Warsaw looks back on an eventful, sometimes tragic past – parts of the city were very badly destroyed during the Second World War. But the city has taken great care to restore the beautiful, magnificent buildings, so that today only history tells of the former destruction. Among the most magnificent and impressive buildings are the Royal Castle in the heart of the Old Town and Warsaw’s landmark, the Palace of Culture. The Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site – drift through the narrow alleys and be enchanted by the pastel-coloured houses. If you are looking for relaxation, you should definitely visit the beautiful Lazienki Park. In summer, it invites you to go for a walk or a picnic, and open-air concerts are held there regularly. We also recommend a visit to the trendy district of Praga, which has become an artists’ quarter in recent years and is full of street art and stylish bars and cafés.
The climate in Warsaw is continental, which means cold winters and warm, sunny summers. The best time to visit Warsaw is in the low season, when it is not yet so crowded and hot – late spring or early autumn into October are good times to visit Warsaw. It’s also worth visiting in the run-up to Christmas, when the city is ablaze with magical lights.
Warsaw Airport is named after one of the city’s most important artists – the composer Frédéric Chopin. Chopin Airport bears the international abbreviation WAW and is the largest and most important airport in Poland. It is located about seven kilometres southwest of Warsaw and is directly connected to the city centre via a railway line.
Remember that in Poland you pay in zloty. It is possible to change money at the airport, but it is usually more expensive than in less frequented places.
How do I get from Warsaw Airport to the city?
Chopin Airport is not far from Warsaw, so you can be in the city centre in a relatively short time. The journey by car or taxi takes about 25 to 40 minutes, depending on traffic. An inexpensive and fast transport option is the train, which runs every 30 minutes and takes you directly from the terminal to the city centre. Alternatively, there are buses that run regularly into the city.
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