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What are Warsaw’s most famous landmarks and monuments?
Warsaw’s Royal Castle has housed both monarchs and presidents over the years, and it’s now a museum that visitors can explore while holidaying on flights to Warsaw. Construction on the palace began in the late 13th century, but it was fully renovated in the late 20th century after being damaged in World War II. A castle tour takes visitors through the restored Royal Castle to see royal apartments, Great Assembly Hall, Throne Hall, and Marble Room. There’s also an impressive art collection and exhibits sharing the history of the Royal Castle.
Monument to the Ghetto Heroes
The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1943 was one of the most significant events to take place in 20th-century Poland. Local Jewish residents protested against the Nazis and concentration camps of World War II. The uprising went on for almost a month and tragically resulted in the deaths of about 13,000 local Jews. Monument to the Ghetto Heroes commemorates those who lost their lives in the uprising as well as more than six million Jews who were killed during the Holocaust. Stop by the monument while visiting Poland on cheap flights to Warsaw to see the touching memorial and statues.
There are several palaces to see while holidaying on return flights to Warsaw, and Lazienki Palace is one of the most impressive. It’s located within Royal Baths Park and is completely surrounded by water, leading to its nickname the Palace on the Isle. It was originally built as a bathhouse and was later converted into a summer residence by King Stanislaw August, who modelled it after an Italian villa. Visitors holidaying on flights to Warsaw can tour the opulent palace, admire its art collection and wander through its beautiful gardens.
What is the best way to get around Warsaw?
The Polish capital has an excellent public transportation network that you can make the most of while holidaying on return flights to Warsaw.
Public transport operates from both of the city’s airports, so you can easily reach the centre after arriving on flights to Warsaw. The S2 and S3 trains travel from Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW), arriving to the city centre in about 20 minutes. Hop on the ModlinBus if you arrive into Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI). It travels to Plac Defilad next to Warsaw Central Station in about 40 minutes.
The local tram offers the most extensive service around the centre, and it’s an excellent option for tourists holidaying on cheap flights to Warsaw. There are 25 tram lines throughout the city and suburbs. The metro is another good option to keep in mind when you book tickets to Warsaw. Its two lines intersect at Swietokrzyska in the centre before branching out into the inner and outer suburbs. Another local train line is called Szybka Kolej Miejska, which is the one that operates from Chopin Airport. Its four lines are mostly used by commuters, but you can also use this train for day trips outside of central Warsaw. Catching the bus is one more transport option available to use while visiting Poland on return flights to Warsaw. There are about 170 bus routes around the Polish capital.
What’s on in Warsaw?
Warsaw Carnival is one of the most exciting and vibrant times to travel on flights to Warsaw. The festival begins on the Thursday before Ash Wednesday and lasts for a week. Celebrations and festivities pop up all around Warsaw, including costume parties, markets, and fairs. Food is a major part of Carnival, and visitors can indulge in a variety of Polish cuisine, including paczki doughnuts, pierogi dumplings, and racuszki pancakes. Book your airfare to Warsaw for the week before Lent, which usually falls in February or March, to enjoy the Carnival celebrations.
Slaska Noc Swietojanska
Also known as the Midsummer Festival, this event is held around the longest day of the year. It has pagan roots, and celebrations are dedicated to the elements of water and fire as well as the moon and sun. Some bonfires and pagan rituals take place around Warsaw, and there are many concerts and street parties too. Other festivities include fireworks and candle-covered wreaths that get sent down the Vistula River. Attend Slaska Noc Swietojanska by booking tickets to Warsaw for travel in mid- to late June.
Warsaw Autumn Festival
Lovers of classical music will have an excellent holiday by booking airfare to Warsaw for the annual Autumn Festival. The event lasts eight days and showcases some of Europe’s best contemporary composers. Concerts are held all throughout the festival along with a series of art exhibits and interactive sound installations that bring extra excitement to the event. Have a look at cheap flights to Warsaw for travel in mid- to late September for the Autumn Festival.