SAS, the largest airline company in Scandinavia, offers cheap international flight tickets daily to Warsaw from many destinations in Scandinavia and with connections from Europe, the US and Asia. Our city guide will help you to find out what's up and the best tips from SAS crew and passengers.
This vibrant and busy city has slowly emerged as a new cultural diamond of eastern Europe and is the centre of modern Poland. While shiny skyscrapers, new restaurants and funky clubs shoot like mushrooms from the soil, Warsaw’s many historic buildings serve as a reminder of this city’s glorious history.
What's up in Warsaw
|Chocolate and more |
150 years of genuine and original chocolate. Wedel is not just good chocolate - check out its lounges.
10,000 square metres of rooftop garden await you at the Warsaw University Library.
The district located on the east bank of Vistula River is definitely worth a visit.
|Crew tip ||Passenger tip ||Passenger tip |
A very modern and different restaurant and café, with a menu inspired by different parts of the world. This place is definitely worth a visit. I think you will love it.
Catherine, air hostess
|Fabryka Trzciny |
A great centre for arts and education, it has a performance hall, theatrical stage, exhibition hall, club & lounge, as well as a multitude of spaces designated for film screenings, fashion shows and similar events.
This is my favourite place in Warsaw. It's next to Saski Park and always features fantastic exhibitions. Just check out what's happening there and pop in.
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