British Airways operates regular flights to Warsaw. Flights land at Warsaw Fryderyk Chopin Airport, five miles south of Warsaw city centre. Catch a taxi and within moments of your flight you'll find yourself in the centre of Warsaw. On the way, admire the patchwork of architectural styles from Art Nouveau masterpieces to glittering skyscrapers, via Warsaw's towering Socialist buildings.
Following your flight to Warsaw, catch a taxi from outside Flight Arrivals. If traffic flow is good, you'll be in central Warsaw in around 15 minutes. You can also catch the 175 bus which travels through Warsaw; the journey to Warsaw Central Station takes approximately 20 minutes.
Following your flight to Warsaw, lose yourself in central Warsaw's bars and restaurants. Visit the Warsaw Uprising Museum to explore the local wartime resistance movement, or wander around the cobbled streets of Warsaw's Old Town to capture the spirit of the city's turbulent past. Go shopping for everything from antiques to designer fashion around Warsaw's upmarket Nowy Swiat. Take a photo from the top of Warsaw's tallest building, the 1950s Palace of Culture and Science, which also houses the Museum of Independence, tracing the history of Poland's battles for autonomy. Before your flight from Warsaw, stock up on typical Warsaw souvenirs, like Polish vodka, amber jewellery or local craftwork. You can also pick up curios dating back to before the Second World War at markets like the Bazar Na Kole as last-minute souvenirs to take on your flight home from Warsaw.