Cheap Flights to Poland
If you are looking for an exotic destination in Europe that treats visitors to stunning medieval architecture, historic landmarks, and places of interest, hop on a plane and fly to Poland. You'll get to experience unique dining, shopping, and cultural sites in this Eastern European nation.
Krakow is the destination of choice for travelers looking to take in a city that is frozen in time. Cobblestone streets, medieval churches, and castles are just a few of the sights that offer visitors a glimpse into the past. Cities like Wroclaw host numerous concerts, art, and film festivals as well as photography exhibitions and literary workshops. The capital city of Warsaw is a hotbed of art and sculpture, offering visitors beautiful open-air parks to stroll and the famous Old Town neighborhood.
Flights to Poland
Poland is serviced by several major airports, the most prominent being Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW). The facility contains two terminals and offers rail, bus, and rental car service to the surrounding areas. The estimated cost of taxi service to downtown is about $12. The second-largest airport in the country is John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice (KRK). This transportation hub offers one terminal in addition to train and bus service to nearby areas. Taxi service to the city of Krakow will cost about $14.
Attractions in Poland
When you fly to Poland, you'll be entering a country that is rich in history and that has a vibrant arts scene and endless shopping opportunities. The most prominent site in the capital city is the Royal Castle. The Baroque-styled building houses several art collections, and you can explore history of the castle via guided tours. The castle sits at the entrance of Old Town, the oldest part of the city. The area is home to Market Square, which is full of restaurants and cafes as well as the Warsaw Mermaid sculpture.
The smaller city of Krakow in the south of the country offers just as much for visitors to enjoy as Warsaw. The city is home to stunning architecture such as Wawel Cathedral and the Church of the Virgin Mary, and it boasts friendly locals and a vibrant nightlife. Krakow's own Old Town and Kazimirez are two of the hottest places in the city for nightclubs, bars, and restaurants.
Travel Tips for Poland
The annual Carnival event in Warsaw takes place in March and treats visitors to a bounty of fine foods and drinks to ring in the season of Lent. Later on in the month, the city ushers in the end of winter at the Drowning of Mazanna, the winter witch festival. February in Krakow is home to the International Shanty Festival, which celebrates pirate lore, as well as the beloved International Soup Festival in May, which attracts some of the best chefs in the region. When you're looking to try Polish cuisine, a meal for two will cost about $25 in a midrange restaurant.
The climate is essentially uniform throughout the country. Summer highs average around 75 degrees Fahrenheit and winter lows dip down into the mid-20s.
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