Warsaw City Breaks
Warsaw. It’s Just A Short Hop Away
Warsaw is the perfect choice for short stays. Awaiting you are the Old Town, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, historic royal residences, interactive museums and beautiful parks. With an average flight time of 2 hours and 25 minutes from London, and over 110 flights per week, Warsaw is just a short hop away…
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What do you want today? What do you expect from your travel destination? Love, youth, creativity, freedom, music, fun, passion? Or maybe monuments, culture, art and good food? For sure, you are looking for unique atmosphere. Have you ever been to Warsaw? There is everything you want!
From fashionable cultural centres to historic palaces, these tourist attractions are a must-see on any Warsaw sightseeing trip.
Royal Lazienki Park
One of the most beautiful palace and garden complexes in Europe. It includes numerous historical monuments and a park in a formerly wild forest.
Old Town Square
Placed on the UNESCO list in recognition of its thorough reconstruction, the Old Town Square is a local gathering place, boasting the famous mermaid statue in the centre.
Wilanow Palace, built for King Jan III Sobieski in 1677, is one of Poland’s greatest Baroque monuments and boasts incredible, mixed-style gardens full of fountains and sculptures.
Your short break to Warsaw is affordable and within reach…
Two of the big draws with a city break to Warsaw is it’s proximity by plane to the UK – Just under 2 hours 30 minutes flight away from London AND the low price to visit – from under £150 per person for a couple of nights staying in 3-star hotel accommodation with flights*. The price of an alcoholic beverage is approximately 30% cheaper than home with a restaurant meal a fraction of the price of dining in the UK. *Guide price only
Visiting Warsaw Throughout the Year…
- During March temperatures can be cold so pack a jumper and an umbrella for potential rain. April is a mild spring month but still chilly before it warms up through the second half of the month. Warsaw is rather beautiful at this time of year as the trees turn green
- In May, Warsaw sees some impressive sunshine hours, though it can sometimes be a little wet. Expect daytime temperatures to peak at around 19°C
- Just ahead of peak visitor months, June is a great time to visit Warsaw
- July and August see plenty of outdoor events in Warsaw such as popular music festivals, concerts and exhibitions so there’s plenty to do throughout the day. Temperatures hit around 19°C at this time
- September is a good time to visit – it’s no longer as crowded and the weather is pretty good for sightseeing in the first half of the month. Warmer clothes are recommended for the latter part of September. October is when the real autumn starts. Seeing The Royal Garden of Light is a must-see during autumn as many attractions are open for free
- Warsaw may see snow in December, but it tends to be more likely in January and February. The festive period is an excellent time to enjoy the Christmas markets and illuminations