Flights to Poland
Warsaw is the capital and largest city of Poland. Although much of the historic city has been reconstructed since the Second World War it still has many landmark sights and tourist attractions. Many of these landmarks can be found in Warsaw s Old town such as the Royal castle, King Sigismund s column, market square and the Barbican. Perhaps the grandest of these sites is the Royal castle which is a royal palace and official residence of the Polish monarchs, and over the years has been demolished several times by Swedish, Russian and German armies.
Warsaw is also home to the Frederic Chopin airport just outside the city centre. The airport is by far the biggest in Poland with over 70 flights daily and two terminals. Due to increased competition amongst low budget airlines, prices to European destinations are regularly being cut as each airline bids to be the cheapest. This is good news for travellers as flights to Poland can be picked up at a relatively cheap price at most times of the year. Once in Warsaw public transport is very good and useful for getting around with a number of bus, tram, metro, light rail and regional rail services running throughout the year.