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Rarely do history and modernity come together as uniquely as they do in the Polish capital of Warsaw, but the city’s backstory is only part of its appeal. An amazing collection of restaurants and some of the best nightlife in Poland also has fingers tapping out eager searches for flights from the UK.
If you’re looking for a cheap getaway, the good news is that Ryanair operates low-cost flights to Warsaw from London Stansted Airport (STN), with an average journey time of two hours and 15 minutes.
The budget airline flies to Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI), which is a bit further from the city than Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW), though there are good transfer options from Modlin.
Once you’ve booked cheap flights from Stansted to Warsaw Modlin Airport with Ryanair, continue your travel-savvy ways and snap up a bargain transfer.
Tickets on the ModlinBus express shuttle cost from as little as 9 Polish zloty (a couple of pounds) when purchased online in advance, with last-minute prices going up to around 30-40 zloty (up to £8). The journey time from airport to city is in the region of 45 minutes.
Take a taxi and expect to pay from 119 zloty (£23) for privacy and to get right to your hotel door in around 40 minutes.
See our car hire in Warsaw page for cheap deals and advice on driving. Car rental can be a worthwhile extra during your trip.
You’ll also need a super place to stay. Visit our hotels in Warsaw page for advice on the best areas in which to stay before you compare top accommodation deals.
By day, this vast city on the Vistula River dazzles with cultural icons and historic landmarks. Rebuilt following the storm of bombs that rained upon it during the Second World War, Warsaw’s Old Town (Stare Miasto) was pieced back together to reflect its 13th-century roots. See the Royal Castle, the market square and the many museums that chronicle this city’s story and resilient attitude.
Other daytime sights include Lazienki Park, the Warsaw Uprising Museum, the Museum of History of Polish Jews in the former ghetto district of Muranów, and the striking Palace of Culture and Science.
By night, Warsaw shows off its hospitality skills. From cultural performances to chic nightclubs – and everything in between – there’s an evening activity to suit the pace of your short break in lovely Warsaw.