Getting to Warsaw
Many of the international flights into Warsaw originate in Europe however there are several airlines that operate service from the Middle East, making for quicker flight connections from Australia. With a one-stop connection in Dubai for instance, flying time is approximately 21 hours.
Airlines from Australia
While there are many airline choices to Europe, there are only two that fly into both Australia and Warsaw. Emirates Airlines offer the quickest and easiest connections to Warsaw with one stop in Dubai from most Australian capital cities. British Airways flights to Warsaw require a stop in Asia as well as London.
Warsaw Chopin International Airport (WAW)
Warsaw’s main international airport, Chopin International is a modern facility that has undergone major renovations over the past decade. The airport continues to expand as annual passenger traffic continues to grow. Featuring two state of the art terminals, the airport features many retail shops, mobile recharging facilities and business lounges. The terminals are close together and most transfers are within walking distance. Public transport is plentiful with a direct train link to the city as well as bus and taxi service.
This thriving European capital on the banks of the Vistula River is centuries old, but to walk its modern streets and stroll along the wide, landscaped avenues, Warsaw looks and feels much younger. With much of the city lying in ruins after the Second World War and having suffered decades of authoritarian rule, Poland and Warsaw broke free of its Communist shackles and never looked back. By the late 1980s the city was on the move and a great restoration effort began.
Today, this fascinating capital is a thriving world city. A centre of business and culture, Warsaw is one of Europe’s top holiday destinations. Cheap flights to Warsaw are luring tourists from around the world and its alluring attractions, lovely Polish atmosphere and unique Warsaw charm continue to inspire. From the bustling night life and thriving restaurant and café scene to the finest museums and concert halls, Warsaw is a must see on your next European adventure.