Flights to Poland
Flights to Poland
Located in Central Europe, Poland is a captivating country with a rich history that goes back to a thousand years. The magnificent castles, monuments and museums are a testament to the country’s heritage. It is home to several historic cities including Warsaw, which is the country’s largest city and also its capital. Poland has a charming countryside teeming with untouched trails, dense forests and mountain passes.
No airlines flying direct from India to Poland. Other airlines flying to Poland are Lufthansa, Air France, Finnair, Emirates, Aeroflot, Austrian Airlines, Qatar Airways, Swiss, EL AL Israel Airlines, British Airways, Turkish Airlines, KLM, Air China.
How to find cheap flights to Poland?
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Which city is cheap to fly to in Poland?
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Domestic travel between cities
Poland has an extensive transport system and intercity travel is primarily achieved via road, rail or air services.
- PKP Intercity is the national railway carrier in Poland. You can check train schedules and book online tickets through their official website.
- For distances less than 100 kilometres, buses are preferred. Major bus operators include the state-run Przedsiębiorstwo Komunikacji Samochodowej (PKS) as well as private corporations.
- Air travel in Poland is also a good option. There are regular flights between major cities, provided by a number of airline carriers.
Things to do in Poland
Poland offers ample opportunities to tourists from all around the globe. You can explore mesmerising natural treasures such as the Great Masurian Lakes and the Białowieża National Park or travel back in time through numerous historical places and museums. Some of the most popular sites in Poland are Wawel Castle in Kraków, Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, Malbork Castle, the Old Town in Warsaw and much more. The country also has a vibrant nightlife with numerous bars, cafes and restaurants galore.
Before you fly to Poland
Visa for Indians flying to Poland
Indians flying to Poland need to apply for a visa. Make sure that you have all the necessary documents and passport ready. The applications can also be done online.
Best time to visit Poland
Spring season in Poland lasts from April to June and it is arguably the best time to visit Poland. The weather is enjoyable and the temperatures remain between 15-20 °C. The sunny skies and blossoming flowers give the city a distinct charm. Tourists can also take part in Easter festivities, which are celebrated on a grand scale in Poland.
Time and weather difference between India and Poland
Based on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), Poland is 3 hours 30 minutes behind India. The climate of Poland remains moderate throughout the year, strongly influenced by oceanic air currents from the west, sub-tropical wind from the south and polar wind from Russia and Scandinavia. Summers here are warm and winters are relatively colder.
Currency and exchange rates between India and Poland
1 Polish Zloty (PLN) is approximately equal to 17 Indian Rupees (INR). Using your credit/ debit card at the ATM will help you avail good exchange rates.
Culture and important information to know before you fly to Poland
Poland has developed its unique culture through its thousand-year-old history along with its geographical location being at the centre of Europe. Polish people put a lot of emphasis on artistic expression and have been able to retain their traditions, amid rapid development. Here are the do’s and don’ts to remember before you fly to Poland.
- Smoking and drinking alcohol in public places is banned.
- It is mandatory to follow traffic rules, otherwise, you will be fined.
- Always carry an ID card.
NOTE: All the above information is correct as of October 19, 2016.
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