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Looking for cheap business class flights to Poland? We offer a wide range of business class flight options to Poland, so you can find the perfect flight to meet your needs. Whether you’re looking for a direct flight or one with stops, we can help you find the best deal on business class flights to Poland. And because we work with a variety of airlines, we can offer cheap business class flights from a variety of departure cities USA. So whether you’re coming from New York, Washington, or anywhere else, we can help you find cheap business class flights to Poland.
Poland is also known as Polska. The name originated from the Polanie tribe, which means, “people living in open fields.” With its open fields, it is in fact the 9th largest country in Europe, not including Russia of course. Speaking of Russia, most think vodka was a Russian invention. It was actually a Polish creation dating all the way back to the eighth century. Latex condoms are also a Polish innovation! This country has a wide range of fun facts and activities. Fly over to find out more!
Poland is a country with a rich history and culture, and there are plenty of interesting places to visit. Here are five of the best:
1. Warsaw – The capital of Poland, Warsaw is a city with plenty to see and do. From exploring the Old Town to visiting the Royal Castle, there’s something for everyone in Warsaw.
2. Krakow – Another of Poland’s historical cities, Krakow is home to the Wawel Cathedral and the iconic Kazimierz district. Visitors can also take a trip to the nearby Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum.
3. Gdansk – A picturesque city located on the Baltic Sea, Gdansk is known for its beautiful architecture and amber jewelry industry. Be sure to visit the famous Golden Gate and cross over the spectacular Long Market Street while you’re here.
4. Wroclaw – Wroclaw is a charming city with a lively market square and over 100 bridges crossing its many canals. It’s also home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Centennial Hall complex.
5. Zakopane – Nestled in Poland’s Tatra Mountains, Zakopane is a popular winter destination for skiing and snowboarding. However, it’s also worth visiting in summer when you can explore the area’s hiking trails and enjoy stunning views of the mountains.
If you’re a female, don’t be weirded out if an older gentleman kisses you on the hand. While handshakes are much more common among the younger generation, some people in the older generation will follow a handshake with a kiss. This is customary, not someone trying to be overly flirtatious.
When invited to a Pole’s house, take your shoes off (unless they tell you to leave them on – always follow the specific rules of the house you’re being welcomed into). Similarly to the Japanese, most Poles see keeping shoes on indoors as disrespectful and unhygienic. To err on the side of respect, take your shoes on when entering someone’s home.
When arriving to a Polish party, don’t you dare come empty handed. It is customary to bring something for guests to share. A cake, a bottle of wine, something that everyone can enjoy together. If you want to get extremely traditional, you would walk your gift up to the lady of the household. She’ll likely have a table of food and drinks to place it on, along with all the gifts from the other guests.
Piwnica Swidnicka is the oldest restaurant in Europe. Located in Wroclaw, this restaurant has been open since 1275 and is still open today. While there, we recommend you try zapiekanka. Zapiekanka is a traditional Polish dish that is a halved baguette topped with cheese, mushrooms, garlic mayo, and drowned in ketchup.
Going into the forest to search for wild mushrooms is a common pastime for many Polish families. From a young age, kids are taught how to distinguish edible mushrooms from poisonous mushrooms from psychedelic mushrooms. Venture out in the woods and get in touch with nature!
Poland has at least 16 World Heritage Sites. Malbork is one of them. Erected at a whopping 52 acres, it is the biggest brick-built castle and the biggest brick building in Europe. It was originally constructed in the 13th century by the Teutonic Knights as a fortified monastery. Still standing, it is worth a visit.
Many countries in Europe have open carry laws, meaning you can enjoy a beverage outside in the streets. Poland is not one of them. Cracking a cold one or pouring a glass of wine in a park or any other public space is illegal and Polish police will either arrest you, fine you, or tell you to pour it out and go home.
If you wish to give flowers as a gift, whether it be birthday or anniversary, be sure to buy an odd number of flowers. Even numbered bouquets are meant only for funerals. Offering an even numbered bouquet to someone as a happy graduation gift would make things pretty awkward.
Milk is of course used in Poland, just not in tea. Milk is used in cereal, coffee, and of course, delicious White Russians. If you want to drink tea like the Poles instead of the Brits, ask for lemon in your tea.
There are 12 international airports in Poland, all offering business class flights.
Many people assume that Poland is a cold place. In fact, the country actually enjoys lovely temperatures during certain months. Some of those months are September and October, when most of the tourists have left and students have returned to school.
Capital to capital, a flight from U.S. to Poland is usually more than 11 hours on most commercial airliners, including layovers. If you’re keen on flying straight there then.
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 Poland. Some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:
For this specific destination, try LOT Polish Airlines.
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