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Lot Polish Airlines
08:001h10
Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER)
09:10Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW)
409 1One-way
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Lot Polish Airlines
19:001h10
Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER)
20:10Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW)
409 1One-way
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Lot Polish Airlines
11:101h15
Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER)
12:25Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW)
474 1One-way
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Warsaw

Warsaw, Poland's capital, is the largest city in the country. It is both a major tourist destination and an East-Central European economic hub. Warsaw has a number of nicknames including 'Phoenix city' and the 'City of Palaces'. It has survived a number of wars, most notably World War II which saw 85% of the city's buildings destroyed and subsequently rebuilt. There are many palaces, gardens, grand parks and aristocratic residences located near the centre of the city. Notable city landmarks include the Royal Castle, Market Square, King Zygmunt's Column and the Saxon Garden, Warsaw's oldest park which is about 10 minutes from the city centre. Many important monuments dedicated to Warwsaw's survival exist, including the Warsaw Citadel and the Little Insurgent statue.

Flights to Warsaw

The Polish capital of Warsaw is known for its rich and diverse architecture, historical significance and cultural spaces. The city of Warsaw offers two airports: Frederic Chopin Airport and Modlin Airport. Warsaw Chopin Airport is mainly reserved for major traffic and is close to the centre. Warsaw Modlin Airport was built later on for low-cost airlines and is located 22 miles away to the north.

Which is the main airport in Warsaw?

Warsaw Chopin Airport can boast of being the largest airport in Poland and in central Europe and subsequently offers multiple national and international flights, especially to other European cities such as London, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Paris. It features two terminals, which are at walking distance from one another. Located 6 miles away from the city centre, this airport is the fastest option. Travellers can arrive in central Warsaw by train, by bus or taxi during the day. Night buses are also available for early or late flights to Warsaw.

Which airlines offer flights to Warsaw?

Most of the flights from the UK to Warsaw depart from London, with the exception of low-cost airline Ryanair, which operates flights from multiple UK bases but lands in the Warsaw Modlin Airport. Travelling from London will give passengers a wider variety of airline choices, such as British Airways, LOT Polish Airlines, Norwegian Air and Wizz Air, all of which fly to Warsaw Chopin Airport.

Why travel by plane to Warsaw?

The fastest way of getting to Warsaw is by plane, seeing as flights to Warsaw from the UK take approximately two hours 30 minutes. Other travel options to Warsaw would either include a 24-hour+ bus trip or a flight to a nearby city and then a train trip.

Before you travel to Warsaw by plane - good to know!

Having been hit hard by World War Two, most of the history surrounding Warsaw can still be appreciated through its majestuous streets and renowned museums. Indeed, after the cities' uprising against the German forces in WWII,  Warsaw had to be rebuilt, resulting in its current mix of classical and modern buildings which can be seen in places like the Old Town market square. Warsaw also offers multiple cultural activities, such as live music, parks and rooftop gardens overlooking the Vistula River. The public transport system is particularly efficient in Warsaw, ranging from bus routes to tram lines and underground facilities.

How to Get to Warsaw by Plane

Warsaw has an international airport located approximately 10 km from the city centre. The airport is Poland's busiest with upwards of 10 million passengers each year. Flights to Warsaw are available from select locations in the UK including London, Glasgow and Liverpool. British Airways and LOT Polish Airlines offer regular flights from London Heathrow. Wizz Air offers scheduled flights to Warsaw from the following additional locations: Doncaster/Sheffield, Glasgow, Liverpool and London Luton. The airport has its own train station that links it to the centre of Warsaw. Bus lines 148, 175, 188, 331 and N32 also ply this route, as well as travelling on to the more southern and eastern districts.

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