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Cheap Flights to Warsaw

Popular in December High demand for flights, 13% potential price rise
Cheapest in February Best time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop
Average price $1,715 Average for round-trip flights in July 2020
Round-trip from $961 From Melbourne to Warsaw
One-way from $679 One-way flight from Melbourne to Warsaw
Flight route prices based on searches on Cheapflights within the last 3 days, monthly prices based on aggregated historical data.

Cheapest prices for Warsaw flights by month

January
$1,617
February
$1,357
March
$1,301
April
$1,264
May
$1,410
June
$1,377
July
$1,529
August
$1,492
September
$1,526
October
$1,472
November
$1,394
December
$1,290
Currently, the cheapest month for flights to Warsaw is April. The most expensive month for flights is January. The cheapest prices are shown above but prices will vary according to departure times, airlines, class and how early you book.

When is the best time to fly to Warsaw?

Choose a month below to see average flight price and weather conditions.
MEL - WAW
Price
$1,264 - $1,950
WAW
Temperature
2 - 25 °C
WAW
Rainfall
30 - 91 mm
April is typically the best time to fly to Warsaw, but there are other times where great deals are available. If you are looking for warm weather when you arrive off of your flight to Warsaw then July is statistically the hottest. July is historically the period with most rainfall.

When is the best time to book a flight to Warsaw?

The best time to book flights to Warsaw is 19 days before your desired departure date. The cost of your flight will likely increase significantly if you book two weeks in advance of your flight.

Which day is cheapest to fly to Warsaw?

The cheapest flights to Warsaw are usually found when departing on a Wednesday. The departure day with the highest cost at present is Friday.

What time of day is cheapest to fly to Warsaw?

Flights in the afternoon are typically the cheapest time of the day to fly to Warsaw. Flights in the evening are usually the most expensive.

When to Fly

The summer months, where temperatures rise to the 20s and sometimes higher, are the busiest. For cheap flights to Warsaw during this time, it would be advised to book in advance. Slaska Noc Swietojanska or Midsummer’s Eve is the longest day of the year, which is celebrated in June. Visit the Midsummer Market to enjoy delicious hot drinks and food, free concerts, period-costume contests and fireworks. This is a wonderful time to travel to Warsaw, when the atmosphere is full of merriment.

Spring and autumn are somewhat less crowded and although temperatures dip slightly, this can still be a good time to get cheaper airfares and explore Warsaw. In addition, these seasons play host to a number of events which should not be missed. If you’re visiting around Easter, be sure to celebrate one of Warsaw’s most famous sons during Chopiniana – Chopin Days in Warsaw Festival. This grand musical event showcases music, theatre and ballet productions performed around the city in places tied to the composer.  

Winters (November through February) are very cold, with temperatures regularly below 0 degrees. As a result there are fewer crowds and it is the best time to find cheap flights to Warsaw.

 

Why visit

In some ways, the city of Warsaw reflects the spirit of its people. Razed during the Second World War and rebuilt, in large part, in utilitarian Soviet style, the capital of Poland might not have the uniform beauty of Krakow, but it’s a lively, forward-looking city.

The Old Town’s history spans the 13th to the 20th centuries. It is postcard pretty, but what makes it remarkable is that as the area was bombed and blown up during the war, it is almost completely reconstructed. After the war, volunteers armed with old maps and paintings sifted through the rubble for reusable bricks and decorative features. Other sights include the Royal Castle, King Sigismund’s Column, the Market Square, and the Barbican.

One of the defining landmarks in Warsaw is the Palace of Culture and Science, which was “gifted” to the Polish nation by Stalin. Many locals consider it Warsaw at its worst. As for memorials to the fallen, these include the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Saxon Garden, the Warsaw Uprising Monument, and the poignant Maly Powstaniec (Little partisan) which commemorates the children who fought in the Warsaw Uprising.

There are many excellent museums throughout the city with insights into Warsaw’s dramatic past, including the National Museum, the Warsaw Uprising Museum and the Museum of Independence.

Head to Nowy Swiat, the picturesque main boulevard where you’ll find lots of shops and restaurants, as well as the seat of Polish government. Some eateries can be expensive here and if you’re looking for cheap meals, then try a “milk bar” which offers hearty simple food in a stripped-down bistro environment. If you’re looking for trendier modern spots, head to Praga on the east side of the Vistula river where you’ll find factories converted into art and restaurant spaces.

Warsaw’s busy Old Town was rebuilt after the city’s near destruction in World War II. To keep the city’s history alive, the buildings were rebuilt in their original 17th- and 18th- century style. Restored buildings, Baroque and Renaissance merchant houses, open-air restaurants and the Historical Museum of Warsaw all surround the lovely Old Market Square (Rynek), one of the area’s focal points. Buskers, painters and musicians constantly entertain spectators and traditional horse-drawn carriages clatter down the roads. If you take one of the cobbled streets leading away from the square, you’ll run into Gothic churches and former aristocratic palaces, and eventually the medieval walls that surround the city. Also worth a stop is the Royal Castle. Once home to Polish Kings, the palace is now a museum displaying tapestries, furniture and decorative collections.

 

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Warsaw climate

Warsaw has four distinct seasons. Spring (March through May) starts out cold and ends with warm and sunny days. Summer (June through August) is warm with lots of rain. July is the hottest month with temperatures reaching the mid-20s. Autumn (September through October) is the reverse of spring, and ends with cold foggy days. There can be lots of snow from December through February, and January and February temperatures can drop to minus figures but this is the time when you can find the cheapest flights to Warsaw. Most travellers book their flights from late-April through October.

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Getting around Warsaw

Within the city it’s very easy to get around between the trams, buses and the Metro. And you can always set out on your own two feet.

Getting Downtown from the airport

After catching a flight to Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport (WAW), the easiest way to get to the centre is to catch a cab, bus or shuttle bus. Since the airport is so close to the city (10km south west of Warsaw), rates are all affordable.

 

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