The most convenient way to get to the capital of Poland is to buy a flight ticket to Warsaw. The best money-saving option is to purchase a round-trip ticket. Flights arrive at Warsaw Frederic Chopin International Airport, which is located only 10 kilometres south of the centre of Warsaw (flight duration: about 2 hours 20 minutes). Please note that the best airfares to Warsaw usually sell out quickly, so we strongly recommend booking tickets in advance.
The streets of the Warsaw Old Town are meant for leisurely walks — lush castles, majestic Roman Catholic cathedrals, small temples, mansions, picturesque Vistula riverside promenade, shady alleys of Lazienki Park. There is a large pond full of royal carp, and peacocks strut around the grounds. Warsaw is definitely a city worth visiting!
Summer in Poland’s capital is warm, with temperatures reaching +30°C (and occasionally more!), but can also be mild — similar to Central Russia. Air conditioners in local hotels are more of a rarity; therefore, if comfortable sleeping environment is crucial, choose spring, early summer or fall for your visit. Warsaw in wintertime is cold, although the occasional snowfall gives the city a magical feel.