Warsaw Chopin Airport is Poland's largest airport, so it is easily accessible from other destinations in Europe. Direct flights are provided from many European capitals such as London, Paris and Amsterdam. The primary airlines that serve Warsaw are Ryanair, Norwegian Air, Ukraine International, Lufthansa and Eurowings. The airport is 10 km from the city centre and can be easily accessed by train or bus. Certain buses also run throughout the night, and there are always taxis available.
Warsaw is Poland's capital and cultural hub. For those interested in history, the Warsaw Rising Museum is a fascinating look at the city's uprising against German forces in World War Two. Additionally, the Old Town market square is home to some interesting architecture and a range of dining options. Travellers wanting leisurely outdoor walks should stop by Lazienki Park with manicured gardens and Chopin concerts on Sunday afternoons.
Literature lovers should visit the University of Warsaw library, where you can also enjoy the rooftop garden with views overlooking the city's river district, and walk around this architecturally unique building. Tourists with kids can go to the Copernicus Science Centre, home to a range fun and educational interactive exhibits. Whatever you're after, Warsaw has something for every type of traveller.