Flights to Warsaw
A huge country in Eastern Europe, Poland has seen some changes in its time. The same is true of the capital and now flights to Warsaw are much sought after by travellers wanting to delve deeper into its fascinating history and culture.
For international flights Warsaw is the place to land as it is the main airport for all of Poland, offering not only flights to Warsaw but beyond as well. Use Vayama.ie to search out low prices on flights to Warsaw and see how much you can save.
More information on the flights to Warsaw
For most flights Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is used, though it is more commonly known as Okecie Airport. There is a separate terminal for discount airline flights to Warsaw so you could land in either when you book your flights to Warsaw through Vayama.ie.
Roughly 300 flights to Warsaw land every day, both scheduled and chartered, so there is plenty of choice. Once you have landed from your flights to Warsaw the city centre is six miles away, easily reached by bus or taxi.
Where to go in Warsaw
The city is divided by the Vistula River, with the most interesting attractions on the western bank. This includes the Old Town with the imposing Royal Castle and the 15th century St John’s Cathedral, the oldest church in the city. You can walk along the medieval city walls and visit the Warsaw Historical Museum, charting the ups and downs of the city.
For great views of the city, climb the tower of St Anne’s Church, and for a bit of a laugh, visit the Museum of Caricature, where original works by native and foreign caricaturists are on display, some dating back to the 1700s.
Lazienki Park is a huge, shady area popular for picnics and meeting up with friends in the summer. It houses the Palace upon the Water, the summer residence of the last king of Poland who was deposed by the Russians in 1792. There is a sculpture gallery in the Old Orangery there, and piano concerts are held in the theatre between May and September.