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From Chopin classics to dance-floor fillers and from Gothic churches to gleaming glass skyscrapers, you should expect the unexpected in the Polish capital of Warsaw. With an abundance of low-cost flights and an easy journey time, it’s little wonder that visitors can’t get enough of this sensational city.
Cheap flights from Bristol to Warsaw are easy to come by thanks to two low-cost carriers: Ryanair and Wizz Air.
Ryanair, the popular Irish airline, takes off from Bristol Airport (BRS) and touches down at Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI), the city’s second airport. Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air delivers passengers to Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW), the main international airport for Warsaw and closer to the city than Modlin Airport.
Average journey times between Bristol and Warsaw are two hours and 35 minutes.
A major departure point for passengers in the South West ofEngland, Bristol Airport, in North Somerset, is one of the UK’s 10 busiestairports.
There are many transport options to the airport, with coach,bus and train services available. If you plan to arrive by train, you’ll needto book tickets to Bristol Temple Meads railway station and then complete thejourney on the Airport Flyer Express bus service (£7 for single tickets;30-minute journey).
Getting to the airport in your own vehicle is easy, withgood access off the M5, M4 and from central Bristol. Book car parking inadvance of travel to net the best deals; use TravelSupermarket to compareprices.
Plenty of shops, cafés and restaurants make your airsidetime more pleasurable. For pre-flight indulgence, consider booking time in eitherthe Aspire Lounge or the AspirePlus Lounge – the AspirePlus Lounge is for adultsonly and features premium food and drink lines.
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