Information about flights to Warsaw
Warsaw is Poland's capital and largest city. This up and coming Eastern European holiday destination is perfect for one of lastminute.com's many popular package deals.
In the city
Explore Warsaw and learn more about the fascinating history of the city. At the Warsaw Uprising Museum you'll be able to teach the kids about life in Poland during World War II through a variety of photos, videos and interactive displays. For an eye-opening delve into the same period, the Warsaw Ghetto remains open to the public, and although it only occupies 2.4% of Warsaw's land it was used to house around 450,000 people, something that's hard to put into perspective without a visit.
For any architectural buffs the Old Town is a great place to start your look around the city. The town is comprised of plenty of gorgeous buildings and the market square is usually buzzing with activity. From
there you can walk down the Road of Kings to see the Royal Castle, or in the opposite direction you can visit Willanow Palace.
Bars and Restaurants
Once you've explored the sights of the city then you'll be craving some food and perhaps be ready for a break from the hustle and bustle. The Boathouse Restaurant and Bar is the perfect place. A short ten-minute drive or taxi from downtown is all it takes to make you feel like you've travelled miles, thanks to their vibrant gardens and handsome wooden exterior. The menu changes every month but usually comprises some classical Polish dishes for you to try.
If you're a real foodie and looking for a great dining experience then venture down to the Royal Bath Gardens. Within the idyllic setting you'll quickly find the conservatory-style building of The Belvedere. The inside is furnished in a regal fashion, and the food received high praise and recommendation by the Michelin guide in the past.
On the water
The Vistula River is a big part of the city, and you can even use it to get around. Thanks to the Pedal and Paddle scheme you can rent bikes or kayaks from the same vendor, so why not follow the river and see more of the city under your own steam?
If you'd rather stay a little drier then approach one of the many cruises. The river is split into three sections, so you can choose either the upper or lower parts, or the area known as the Lagoon. The river tours are best between May and September when the climate is perfectly suited to seeing the city from the deck of a cruise boat.
Warsaw flights take you into one of the most popular destinations in Eastern Europe, and a fantastic location to enjoy a break from the traditional holiday locations.