Flights to Warsaw
Interested in booking a cheap flight to Warsaw, Poland? SAS has several flights a day from London Heathrow Airport and one can travel to Warsaw in about 6 hours with a stop in Copenhagen. Warsaw is an exciting city with much to explore.
Flights arrive at Warsaw Chopin Airport, the largest airport in Poland. About 50% of air traffic in Poland passes through the airport. Ten kilometres southwest of Warsaw, the bus ride into the city from the airport is straightforward and takes about 25 minutes. Tickets cost 2.80 złoty, or about 50p. During peak hours, the buses run as often as every 10 minutes. Taxis into the city cost not much more than the bus. You can find them outside the terminal or book them ahead of time.
If you are travelling by car or rental car from the city back to the airport, follow Żwirki i Wigury Street, which will take you from the centre of Warsaw directly to the airport. More information on public transportation can be found on the website of Warsaw's Public Transport Authority (ZTM).
Warsaw is a captivating city with many unique events. Chopin concerts take place from May to September every Sunday at 12pm and 4pm in Łazienki Park near the Chopin Monument. Pianists play for crowds of up to 4000 people and admission is free. Another free musical event in Warsaw is the Jazz at the Old Town Festival, which takes place in July and August every Saturday at 7pm. Polish and international jazz stars play outdoors in the evening air. Other events in Warsaw include the Warsaw Film Festival and the International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition, which takes place only every five years.
Warsaw is also known for its paintings, art and posters. The International Poster Biennale is held at the Poster Museum at Wilanów in even years. An exhibit of present trends and new talent in graphic design showcases Poland’s impressive history in poster art and is a suitable venue for works from the past two years, including a special category for the Euro 2012 football championships.
Warsaw has a variety of museums and culture, including the Centre for Contemporary Art, Fryderyk Chopin Museum, National Museum and Palace of Culture and Science. Theatres and galleries are found here as well and there is a lot to do and see wherever you go.
The latest addition to Warsaw’s urban landscape is the “world's narrowest house" measuring 152 cm wide, with multiple stories and a permanent resident. The city is also home to world-class shopping, entertainment and restaurants that offer a variety of dishes from Italian to fusion. New restaurants open daily in the city.
Hop on a flight to Warsaw with SAS for an exciting visit. Travellers earn EuroBonus points and can choose their own seat for free on all flights. On top of all this, all passengers enjoy a 23 kg free baggage allowance.