SAS, the largest airline in Scandinavia, offers cheap international flights to Warsaw from many destinations in Scandinavia with connections from Europe, the US & Asia. Our city guide will help you find out what's up & the best tips from SAS crew & passengers.
This vibrant & busy city has slowly emerged as a new cultural diamond of the East & forms the centre of modern Poland. While shiny skyscrapers, new restaurants & funky clubs shoot like mushrooms from the soil, Warsaw's many historic buildings serve as a reminder of the city's glorious history.
What's up in Warsaw
|Chocolate and more |
150 years of genuine original choclate. Wedel is not just good chocolate - check out the lounges.
10,000 square metres of roof garden await you on the Warsaw University Library rooftop.
The district located on the East Bank of the Vistula River is definitely worth a visit.
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A very modern & different restaurant & café, with a menu inspired from 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 center for arts & education, it has a performance hall, theater, exhibition hall & club & lounge, as well as a multitude of spaces designated for film screenings, fashion shows & similar events.
This is my favorite in Warsaw. It's next to Saski Park & always features fantastic exhibitions. Just check out what's happening there & pop in.
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Visit Panorama Bar at Marriott Hotel downtown. It is situated high enough for a fantastic view of Warsaw. Enjoy a drink here!
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|Inhabitants: 1.8 million |
|Language: Polish |
|Currency: Złoty (zł) |
|Time zone: CET || |
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