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At SAS, we want to help you have the best in-flight experience possible. In addition to world-class service, you’ll enjoy multiple entertainment options, ergonomic seats and a variety of menu choices. If you’re flying SAS Business or SAS Plus, which one can upgrade to from SAS Go, take advantage of Fast Track security access where available. We also offer a 24-hour return policy in case you want to make changes to your intinerary. Passengers can only refund/change restricted tickets within 24 hours of purchase.
Families traveling with children can take advantage of a number of family-friendly options. All of our seats have built-in entertainment systems with a variety of movie channels, music, stories and video games to entertain everyone. You can reserve infant and kids meals up to 24 hours in advance on transatlantic SAS flights. Baby bassinets for infants up to nine months and children’s sleeping bags can also be reserved in advance. Your family can also earn EuroBonus frequent flyer points to use towards future trips, hotel stays and car rentals.
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Poland is a compelling blend of natural beauty, dynamic cities and historical attractions. Reminders of Poland’s long history of conquest and oppression are visible throughout the country. Historical sites such as the gothic castle at Malbork and the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in Auschwitz are main draws for visitors to the country. Poland's many cities showcase both 21st century attributes as well as historical attractions. Warsaw, the capital is a modern metropolis with a pristine, restored Old Town. Other cities like Kraków blend Gothic and Renaissance architecture with a vibrant café culture and nightlife.
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Located in central Europe between Germany and Russia, Poland has endured a long history of struggle against invaders and oppressors before becoming the independent country that it is today. Poland is coming into its own as a travel destination with incredible medieval architecture, moving historical sites and beautiful, natural landscapes. Poland’s cities are a compelling blend of old and new - making cities like Krakow extremely popular with European and international visitors alike.
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Reminders of Poland's long history of conquest and oppression are prevalent throughout the country. Poland's many historical sites are a main draw for visitors. The magnificent gothic castle at Malbork was built by the Order of the Teutonic Knights in the 13th century and served as the capital of the Order for 150 years. The Monastery of Jasna Góra houses one of the most revered icons of the Virgin Mary—the Black Madonna of Częstochowa, which is credited with numerous miracles. Outside of Krakow, reminders of Poland's tragic history during Nazi occupation can be seen at the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in Auschwitz.
Present meets past
Poland's many cities highlight the modern attributes of the 21st century while embracing the country's past. Warsaw, the capital, was rebuilt after World War II, which destroyed the majority of the city. Warsaw is now a dynamic & modern metropolis, but still maintains a pristine Old Town—meticulously restored after the war. Poland's most popular destination, Kraków, blends Gothic and Renaissance architecture with a vibrant café culture and nightlife. Not to be missed are Kraków's Old Town, Wawel Castle and the Jewish Quarter. Other cities such as Gdańsk, Wrocław and Toruń also showcase numerous architectural, historical and culture attractions.
Poland is not just about cities and history. The country is also host to beautiful landscapes such as the Masurian Lake district, filled with lakes, rivers and rolling hills. Białowiński National Park runs along the coast and features unique scenery of lakes, meadows, bogs and sand dunes. The Białowieża National Park is host to hundreds of European bison and one of the largest remaining sections of primeval forest in Europe.