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Warsaw is not only the capital of Poland, but it is also the largest city, estimated at roughly 200 square miles. 190 miles from the Carpathian Mountains and 160 miles from the Baltic Sea, Warsaw is a goldilocks destination for travelers who enjoy both a seascape and a mountain range. Incorporated into the kingdom of Poland in 1526, Warsaw immediately became crucial to the country’s success. Known for its indestructibility, Warsaw has been nicknamed a phoenix that has repeatedly risen from the ashes of war.
A trip to Warsaw without any context is guaranteed to be fun. However, learning the aforementioned history will surely garner more respect for Warsaw’s past and, thereby, it’s future. Knowing the tumultuous story of this relentless city will make strolling through its streets much more meaningful.
That being said, strolling is exactly what you’ll do in Warsaw. It is known to be a walkable city; the terrain is flat and most of the town’s attractions are within a half an hour walk from each other. While there is public transportation available, Ubers and taxis are likely your best bet to get around town quickly.
Warsaw is a relatively inexpensive city to venture through. That being said, bed and breakfasts will undoubtedly offer more bang for your buck. Find homes of any caliber that offer comfortable sleeping arrangements, luxuriously comfortable lounging areas, and most bnbs offer breakfast included, so you won’t need to deal with any sub-par hotel breakfast buffets. Sleep like a local, eat like a local.
A “milk bar” is a Polish cafeteria-style dining adventure where visitors can enjoy the country’s most common dishes such as pierogis, stews, and soups with sourdough. While this food may not seem like much, its flavors fold in traditions that date back to eras when food was scarce and cheap.
Much of what caused food to be scarce and cheap were the wars. It is easy to read about the Holocaust in textbooks or hear the tales told in movies, but taking a trip to Auschwitz and Krakow will force you to feel the terror of war and persecution. As said before, understanding the history that molded this city will no doubt bring greater respect for it.
If history isn’t your thing, there is still plenty to learn in Warsaw. Visit the Chopin Museum to be serenaded by his melodic symphonies and far-reaching tales about his musical life.
“Royal baths park” occupies 76 hectares of Warsaw. This park is home to many music recitals, sporting events, and artistic performances. You are bound to see at least one jaw-dropping scene while strolling through.
Old Town seems to be what most tourists travel to Warsaw to see. From the Royal Castle to the Krakowskie Przedmieście or the Royal Route, there are architectural marvels galore. Some of the buildings have survived since the German occupation.
There are 2 international airports in Warsaw. Both the Chopin and the Modlin airport offer business class flights.
Warsaw is in the 36th percentile for pleasant weather compared to major tourist destinations around the world. If your stay is dependent upon warm weather, visit in June, July, or August. Temperatures will get up to 80 degrees Fahrenheit, which feels lovely, but will likely feel better if you’re not surrounded by the intense crowds that these sunny temperatures bring. Consider going during one of the cooler months before or after summer to enjoy less crowded tourist destinations.
The average flight from DC to Warsaw, capital to capital, is roughly 9.5 hours. You can find nonstop flights, but we do not recommend it. Instead, Voyagu recommends you purchase a business class flight with multiple stop options for more convenience and less jetlag.
Voyagu does not rank its valued airline partners, but we provide a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class deals to Warsaw. Some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:
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