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Airport of departure: Ankara Esenboga Airport (ESB)
Airport of arrival: Warsaw Airport (WAW)
Flight time from Ankara to Warsaw: 2 hour 50 minutes

Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) is the city's main airport, located just 10 kilometres from the city centre, travellers can find direct flights to Warsaw from Ankara, Turkey.

Transport from Warsaw Chopin Airport to the City Centre

The airport is well-connected to the city's public transportation network. Bus lines 175, 188 and N32 and the train line connect the airport to the city centre. In addition to these options, travellers can find taxis and rent a car service at the airport.

Public Transport

The public transport in Warsaw is highly advanced, and many of the city's districts are connected via bus, metro or tram. While the metro only has two lines, it is possible to explore the city by bus or tram.


Warsaw is one of the most vibrant cities in Europe, with hundreds of different accommodation options for different travel budgets. Visitors can book a luxury hotel as well as cheaper hostel options in various districts of Warsaw.

You can easily book your hotel from here, a service offered by Pegasus Airlines, and plan your entire trip. All you need to do is pick your check-in and check-out date and compare the accommodation options.

Warsaw Foods

  • Pierogi - These are traditional Polish dumplings typically filled with meat, cheese, potato, sauerkraut, or fruit, served boiled, fried or baked.
  • Bigos - This is a hearty, stew-like dish made with sauerkraut, various types of meat (such as sausage, pork, or beef), and vegetables.
  • Żurek - Fermented rye flour is the main ingredient of this delicious soup served with white sausage, potatoes, and a hard-boiled egg.
  • Kiełbasa – The famous Polish sausage, which can be fried or grilled, is perfect with buns and mustard.
  • Sernik – This Polish cheesecake will be your new favourite dessert.
  • Gołąbki - This dish consists of cabbage leaves stuffed with a mix of ground meat, rice, and spices and then baked in a tomato sauce.

Useful Information

Before your trip to Warsaw, you can check this section to learn more about Warsaw and how to plan your trip.

About Visa

Poland is a member of the European Union. For this reason, any visitors from the non-EU zone or any visitors who do not hold US or Canadian citizenship are required to apply for a Schengen visa. Please check the official channels to learn more about the visa requirements and terms for entering and staying in Poland.

Neighbouring Cities

  • Łódź - 127 km
  • Lublin - 168 km
  • Płock - 120 km
  • Radom - 102 km
  • Białystok - 187 km
  • Krakow - 295 km
  • Gdansk - 340 km
  • Poznan - 310 km
  • Szczecin - 468 km

Weather in Warsaw

Warsaw has a temperate continental climate, with distinct seasons and moderate yearly rainfall.

Winters are cold and snowy, with average temperatures ranging from -5°C to 0°C (23°F to 32°F), while summers are warm and sunny, with temperatures averaging between 18°C to 25°C (64°F to 77°F).

Spring and autumn are mild and pleasant, with temperatures ranging from 10°C to 15°C (50°F to 59°F) and occasional rainfall. It is always a good idea to check the weather forecast before visiting Warsaw to ensure you are prepared for the weather conditions.

Essential Numbers

  • Police - 112
  • Ambulance - 999
  • Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport - +48 22 650 42 20
  • Warsaw Public Transportation - +48 22 19 194
  • Tourist Information - +48 22 194 31 or +48 22 25 37 333

Places to See in Warsaw

Warsaw is one of Europe's most historic and important cities that has witnessed major historical events, such as the Cold War. The Neon Museum is an interesting place to see, which includes neon signs from the Cold War period, while the Chopin Museum is dedicated to the life and works of the famous Polish composer Frederic Chopin.

If you want to learn more about the places you can visit in Warsaw during your stay, you can check the detailed Warsaw travel guide and make your custom sightseeing plan.

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