Whether you want to delve into Warsaw's past at any of its museums, or you want to explore the old town, and visit its castles and palaces, holidays in Warsaw have something for everyone. Poland's capital city is a beautiful destination with a rich history and lavish culture. The city's natural surroundings means it is dotted with lush vegetation including green plants and trees.
Warsaw has always stood out as a top destination in Poland, with its olden time charm, glorious history and an inviting ambiance. There is so much to do and see in Warsaw, home to a wide variety of stunning attractions, the city is a real gem.
How to get to the city centre
Warsaw has two main airports serving the city and its neighbouring areas - Warsaw Chopin International Airport and Warsaw-Modlin Mazovia Airport. Warsaw Chopin Airport operates flights to and from major international destinations. Warsaw-Modlin Mazovia Airport is a newer airport located at Modlin and it operates low-cost and direct flights to several destinations.
Flights to Warsaw from London land at the Warsaw Chopin Airport, which is the busiest airport in Poland. The city is easily reachable from the airport as it is located just 10km from the city centre. You can jump in a taxi or opt for a train ride to your location. Public bus services are also available from the airport.