Warsaw City Break with Return Flights - 2 nights from £89pp Stay at 4 star hotel & Breakfast Via TravelBird
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Warsaw City Break with Return Flights - 2 nights from £89pp Stay at 4 star hotel & Breakfast Via TravelBird

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Found 5th Oct 2015
Prices from £89pp - Various dates this year and next, ideal from Christmas Markets or just short break.

The colourful and cool Polish capital is the perfect place for a one-of-a-kind city break this autumn or winter. Walk the beautiful Old Town, head to the city's up and coming Praga District and visit the Chopin Museum — which celebrates the famous composer Fryderyk Chopin who lived in Warsaw — during your stay. This fantastic offer includes two, three or four nights at a central four-star hotel, breakfast and return flights from one of either Bristol, Glasgow, London Stansted or Manchester. So whether you want to escape with friends for an exciting few days or whisk someone special away for a romantic getaway — Warsaw awaits!

Breakfast each morning

Return flights from Bristol, Glasgow, London Stansted or Manchester to Warsaw Modlin Airport

Hand luggage: 1 bag of max. 10kg and 55x40x20cm + 1 small bag of max. 35x20x20cm per person

7th December

Warsaw City Break with Flights for 2 adults £178.00

Standard Double/Twin Room | 2 nights

1 x Booking Fee £4.95

TOTAL PRICE £182.95
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Modlin airport is 25 miles from central Warsaw
I can imagine this will get rather hot when people get home from work and think it's quite cheap to go and visit relatives for a couple of days - or is it the case that most of those here working come from villages rather than a large city, so it's not long enough for family visits ?
I'm fairly well informed about one nearby country, and that's exactly the scenario there - life in the cities is not too bad so locals manage well enough, but the villages are a different story entirely and so a huge proportion of working age residents have left for foreign lands. They never readily admit to being from a village ( 'Villager' can be a term of abuse) and only by persistent questions or someone who recognizes regional accents, can you get the truth.

Anyway, I'm genuinely interested for a few different reasons as to whether this deal will appeal to those with family over there ?
waste of time and money
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pavel76

Modlin airport is 25 miles from central Warsaw



If there is some form of public transport then that isn't an issue.

Just been to Tokyo. The airport is 50 miles from the centre... had a great time.
pc2009

waste of time and money


Typical comment from person who doesn't bother to post a deal... who can only make stupid comments
Great deal OP, many thanks for posting !
dtovey89

If there is some form of public transport then that isn't an issue. Just … If there is some form of public transport then that isn't an issue. Just been to Tokyo. The airport is 50 miles from the centre... had a great time.



​there is a bus service that takes you from the airport to the train station and that goes directly into central Warsaw, it's actually a relatively easy journey
I've been to Warsaw a lot of times.. There is a coach that leaves modlin airport to Warsaw centre every 30 minutes which costs £7 and it takes you direct to Warsaw centre and it has free wifi on the coach! Takes about 20 mins.. Good deal this! Lovely place Warsaw! So cheap when you get there to.. 4zl bars which is the equivalent of about 70 pence.. All your drinks 70p each!
dtovey89

If there is some form of public transport then that isn't an issue. Just … If there is some form of public transport then that isn't an issue. Just been to Tokyo. The airport is 50 miles from the centre... had a great time.


Bus, train, taxi, whatever you would like

Edited by: "Kazan" 5th Oct 2015
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Kazan

No problem to get from/to Warsaw. Bus, train, taxi, what ever you would … No problem to get from/to Warsaw. Bus, train, taxi, what ever you would likeBus, train, taxi, what ever you would like



Nice.

I went to Krakow in Feb 13. I class it as my favourite short City break and I've done Paris, Rome and Amsterdam. The cold Polish weather added to the atmosphere.
The old town and Castle are beautiful and Auschwitz was so interesting as well as emotional.

I purposely didn't go to the Salt Mines so I have a reason to go back one day.

I'm not so sure about Warsaw. I've heard it's a lot more urbanised and despite being the capital there is more to do/see in Krakow?
dtovey89

Nice.I went to Krakow in Feb 13. I class it as my favourite short City … Nice.I went to Krakow in Feb 13. I class it as my favourite short City break and I've done Paris, Rome and Amsterdam. The cold Polish weather added to the atmosphere.The old town and Castle are beautiful and Auschwitz was so interesting as well as emotional. I purposely didn't go to the Salt Mines so I have a reason to go back one day. I'm not so sure about Warsaw. I've heard it's a lot more urbanised and despite being the capital there is more to do/see in Krakow?



Krakow is a place I'd return to, Warsaw was nice but didn't have the character and romance.
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speric07

Krakow is a place I'd return to, Warsaw was nice but didn't have the … Krakow is a place I'd return to, Warsaw was nice but didn't have the character and romance.



Yeah I think that'll be the case.

There's many other Cities I want to see before returning but one day in the next 20 years I will return to Krakow. It was so good plus the food was unbelievably cheap.
Why would you like to go to Warsaw? Waste of time......

Kraków, Wrocław, Poznań eventually Gdańsk.

My personal opinion.
Edited by: "TatankaYotanka" 5th Oct 2015
Is this an exchange opportunity or something :p.
If for some reason you want to visit Poland, Krakow is the place to go, Warsaw would be probably the last city I'd go for
pc2009

waste of time and money


Excellent to see constructive, respectful comments which add to the enlightenment of all who belong to this forum. This deal is so good its going to to be Warsaw packed.
Xintruder

If for some reason you want to visit Poland, Krakow is the place to go, … If for some reason you want to visit Poland, Krakow is the place to go, Warsaw would be probably the last city I'd go for



Each to their own. I was in Poland over the Bank Holiday weekend, visiting both Kraków and Warsaw, but Warsaw was my favourite. I'd love to go back.
Was in Warsaw last November Great Place
all the people saying it's a great place, would someone of colour enjoy the same experience?
MA240392

all the people saying it's a great place, would someone of colour enjoy … all the people saying it's a great place, would someone of colour enjoy the same experience?



Get a life.

mjk

Each to their own. I was in Poland over the Bank Holiday weekend, … Each to their own. I was in Poland over the Bank Holiday weekend, visiting both Kraków and Warsaw, but Warsaw was my favourite. I'd love to go back.



Gandsk/Sopot is worth a visit. Nice in the summer.
Edited by: "Malabus" 5th Oct 2015
Ive been to both Krakow and Warsaw. Both have great nightlife. Krakow is a good 'Lads weekend' kind of place, whereas Warsaw is much more upmarket. I can't fault either, but my preference is definitely Warsaw, the clubs there were so much better.

BA usually do some great weekend deals with excellent flight times going out on a Friday and coming back on a Monday (using the BA holiday finder).
Edited by: "g8ryj" 7th Oct 2015
g8ryj

Ive been to both Krakow and Warsaw. Both have great nightlife. Warsaw is … Ive been to both Krakow and Warsaw. Both have great nightlife. Warsaw is a good 'Lads weekend' kind of place, whereas Warsaw is much more upmarket. I can't fault either, but my preference is definitely Warsaw, the clubs there were so much better.BA usually do some great weekend deals with excellent flight times going out on a Friday and coming back on a Monday (using the BA holiday finder).


Hmm, not really sure if you're referring to Krakow or Warsaw...
Did Warsaw last year and going back this year! Solo trip this year though! Loved it. There's enough to fill a full weekend and it's just a nice atmosphere. The Christmas stuff was nice too. Modlin has a shuttle bus to the train station too, I used that as I get bus sick on long journeys
Cheap taxi tip, chat to a polish person on the flight and offer to pay for their taxi, they know the local firms which are a third Less than the airport taxis, assuming they too are also heading somewhere near Warsaw,
How much is a pack of smokes in Poland? Cant find anywhere in EU where u can get 200 cigarettes for under £10
iibdii

How much is a pack of smokes in Poland? Cant find anywhere in EU where u … How much is a pack of smokes in Poland? Cant find anywhere in EU where u can get 200 cigarettes for under £10



​They will cost you your life, the same as UK.
TatankaYotanka

Why would you like to go to Warsaw? Waste of time......Kraków, Wrocław, P … Why would you like to go to Warsaw? Waste of time......Kraków, Wrocław, Poznań eventually Gdańsk.My personal opinion.




I guess you're a Warsaw expert ? I have been to all those cities you mentioned ( on more than one occasion ) & Warsaw is my favourite. As you've obviously been to the Copernicus science centre , Warsaw Uprising Museum , experienced the free concerts in the old town & Lazienki Park you must disagree (_;)
iibdii

How much is a pack of smokes in Poland? Cant find anywhere in EU where u … How much is a pack of smokes in Poland? Cant find anywhere in EU where u can get 200 cigarettes for under £10




L&M's are abundant & around £2.40 for 20. Gone are the days of £10 for 200 unless you get a visa for Belarus or somewhere like that

Brings back memories though of my first visit to Lithuania where 20 cigs were about 35p.
kamenitzabrit

I can imagine this will get rather hot when people get home from work and … I can imagine this will get rather hot when people get home from work and think it's quite cheap to go and visit relatives for a couple of days - or is it the case that most of those here working come from villages rather than a large city, so it's not long enough for family visits ?I'm fairly well informed about one nearby country, and that's exactly the scenario there - life in the cities is not too bad so locals manage well enough, but the villages are a different story entirely and so a huge proportion of working age residents have left for foreign lands. They never readily admit to being from a village ( 'Villager' can be a term of abuse) and only by persistent questions or someone who recognizes regional accents, can you get the truth.Anyway, I'm genuinely interested for a few different reasons as to whether this deal will appeal to those with family over there ?



I think it is a bit of misjudgement. I came from large city in Poland (200000 living in there) and many of my friends went somewhere too, so it is not only people from villages who left. Anyway going back to the deal - I fly to Poland 3 times a year and I rarely pay more than £40 return unless it is Christmas time etc. But here prices is with accommodation so I think it is pretty good deal.​
dtovey89

If there is some form of public transport then that isn't an issue. Just … If there is some form of public transport then that isn't an issue. Just been to Tokyo. The airport is 50 miles from the centre... had a great time.



​That's why those in the know fly to Haneda rather than Narita. Much closer to the city centre...
maclennanneil

Get a life.



Valid question, ain't it...?
iibdii

How much is a pack of smokes in Poland? Cant find anywhere in EU where u … How much is a pack of smokes in Poland? Cant find anywhere in EU where u can get 200 cigarettes for under £10



They cost around 15PLN which gives around £2.7 - 3 for 20 cigs.

They £ gets stronger now so everything is cheap there now 1£ = 5.5PLN
rakinmorjaria1

Valid question, ain't it...?



No, it is quite obviously a troll.
maclennanneil

No, it is quite obviously a troll.



Sometimes it takes a bit of trolling to add some perspective.

I'm genuinely interested now that he has brought it up. What sort of experiences have people from non white backgrounds had there?

My partner is Asian so I can at least feign a desire to know.

Regardless, damn shame no flights from Edinburgh, this is a cracking deal. Enjoy whoever is heading over
Vanderlust

Sometimes it takes a bit of trolling to add some perspective. I'm … Sometimes it takes a bit of trolling to add some perspective. I'm genuinely interested now that he has brought it up. What sort of experiences have people from non white backgrounds had there? My partner is Asian so I can at least feign a desire to know. Regardless, damn shame no flights from Edinburgh, this is a cracking deal. Enjoy whoever is heading over



Let's put it this way, Poland is perfectly safe for foreigners.

A lot safer than for Poles in the UK, considering the number of racist attacks on Poles in the UK.
Edited by: "maclennanneil" 6th Oct 2015
maclennanneil

Let's put it this way, Poland is perfectly safe for foreigners. A lot … Let's put it this way, Poland is perfectly safe for foreigners. A lot safer than for Poles in the UK, considering the number of racist attacks on Poles in the UK.



Crime stats do seem to support a rise in attacks against Poles here, though what % are actual migrants or tourists is anybody's guess.

You did dodge the question about race though, we're not talking about foreigners so much as types of foreigners

Got my hands full today so not going to bang on about it. Will leave it here. I'm sure Poland has it's highs and lows just like any country.
Vanderlust

Crime stats do seem to support a rise in attacks against Poles here, … Crime stats do seem to support a rise in attacks against Poles here, though what % are actual migrants or tourists is anybody's guess.You did dodge the question about race though, we're not talking about foreigners so much as types of foreigners :DGot my hands full today so not going to bang on about it. Will leave it here. I'm sure Poland has it's highs and lows just like any country.



No worries, I wasn't trying to swerve the question at all and am certainly not looking for an argument but I used the term "foreigners" to mean anyone who is non-Polish including "non-whites".

Poland is a lovely country and its people are pretty cool too.
Warsaw is such a beautiful city - fabulous atmosphere and the people were incredibly friendly! Old town is stunning too - well worth a visit as its quite similar (but MUCH cheaper) than the famous square in Bruges. For people who don't mind a short walk into town (15 mins to main square) I would highly recommend the oxygen residence serviced apartments (from £30 per night usually)
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