Chopin’s historical Warsaw
Feel like a special weekend holiday? Book a flight to Warsaw and visit the pleasant Rynek Starego Miasta with its colourful town houses. Wander through the atmospheric streets of the Praga district or walk the royal route down the chic Krakowskie Przedmieście. And there are plenty of opportunities to unwind among the many trees, lakes and wide avenues of Łazienki Park.
Combining the new and the old
Though its old streets and historical looking buildings may lead you to believe otherwise, Warsaw had to be rebuilt almost completely after World War II. Take a tour of the Wilanów Palace, the royal country seat and only palace that wasn’t destroyed during the war. The beautiful St. John’s Archcathedral is absolutely worth a visit. And music lovers shouldn’t miss out on the Frederyk Chopin Museu: the composer was one of Warsaw’s most renowned residents. Not only is Warsaw the ideal destination for weekend holidays, it’s also a perfect starting point for a longer vacation in Poland. Treat yourself: book a flight to Warsaw now!
From antiquity to modern amenities
Warsaw is a modern, lively metropolis packed with vibrant cafés and charming restaurants. Lovers of culture and nature won’t be disappointed here either. Have a look in the Śródmieście district, the cultural heart of Warsaw. Or visit the impressive Palace of Culture and Science where you’ll find cinemas, museums and theatres. If you want to get away from the city, Kampinos National Park is the place for a relaxed outing, and while you’re there you can also admire its 30-metre high sand dunes.
Flights to Warsaw for a unique holiday
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The historic centre of Warsaw is a pleasant exception to the Communist concrete that defines many Central European cities. The medieval Stare Miasto (old town) is one of the most popular destinations in Poland. It seems hard to believe that the old city was almost lost after German occupiers reduced most of it to rubble.
ARTS & CULTURE
Warsaw’s Tomb of the Unknown Soldier can be found in a remnant of the Saxon Palace that once housed the Polish Ministry of War. The monument is dedicated to all the soldiers who died anonymously in the fight for their homeland. It was founded in 1925 in honour of those who had defended Poland in World War I and in the Polish-Soviet War.
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