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Currency Currency: Polish Zloty
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Language Language: Polish
Airport of departure: Ankara Esenboğa International Airport (ESB)
Airport of arrival: Warsaw Chopin International Airport (WAW)
Flight duration from Türkiye (Turkey) to Poland: Average of 2 hours 50 minutes

Every year, Poland welcomes thousands of different visitors from all over the world. Visitors admire the country's rich history, lively nightlife, and beautiful nature.

The beauties of Poland are just a flight away thanks to direct flight options offered by Pegasus Airlines, such as the flight from Ankara Esenboğa Airport to Warsaw Chopin Airport.


Transportation to/from Warsaw Chopin Airport

Several city buses (148, 175, 188, 331, 410, and N32) and two express buses (L1 and L2) run to and from the airport. There is also an N32 night bus that operates between 11:15 pm and 4:45 am. The S2 and S3 lines of the Warsaw suburban railway (SKM) are the best options for travellers who want to benefit from railroad transportation.

Public Transport in Poland

Public transportation in Poland is generally well-developed, and both locals and travellers prefer this mode of transportation to explore Poland. While buses, trams, and/or metro lines are common across cities, travellers might need to take buses to reach the country's rural areas. Public transportation tickets can be purchased at kiosks called Ruch or ticket machines at stops. Moreover, it is possible to buy tickets for some of the vehicles. Some cities also offer bike-sharing programs and electric scooters. While public transportation in Poland is generally safe and efficient, try to be careful about your personal belongings, especially during rush hour.

Is there a special travel card in Poland?

Bilet elektroniczny, a type of e-ticket, is one of the most cost-effective ways to use the public transportation system across Poland. Multi-use tickets or tourist cards are also good options for cities such as Warsaw and Krakow to benefit from different public transportation to explore the cities.

Poland offers a range of accommodation options to serve different preferences and budgets. In larger cities like Warsaw, Kraków, and Gdańsk, you can find various hotels, from budget options to luxury properties. There are also lots of hostels and guesthouses in these cities. Boutique hotels in Polish cities are great options for a personalised experience. For those who want to stay in rural areas, bed and breakfasts, rural farm stays, and campsites are among the most preferred options.


Every corner of Poland is full of unique activities and beautiful places to discover. There is always something exciting to do in Poland for history lovers, partiers and explorers.

  • Visit the historic city of Kraków - Kraków is a beautiful and historic city with many impressive landmarks, including Wawel Castle, the Main Market Square, and the Old Town. You can walk across the city or rent a bike to see every detail.
  • Explore the Tatra Mountains - The Tatra Mountains offer some of the most stunning scenery in Poland. Hike through the exciting landscapes, admire the crystal-clear lakes, and breathe in the fresh mountain air. Skiing and other winter sports are also popular attractions in this region.
  • Visit the stunning Wieliczka Salt Mine - This historic salt mine near Kraków is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers a unique underground experience. Admire the intricate salt sculptures and carvings, learn about the history of the mine, and even spend the night in an underground hotel.
  • Relax on the beaches of the Baltic Sea - Poland has a long coastline along the Baltic Sea with many beautiful beaches. Sopot, located near Gdańsk, is one of the most popular beach destinations, offering a long stretch of golden sand, a lively promenade, and plenty of activities.
  • Learn about the history of Warsaw - Warsaw, the capital of Poland, is a city with a rich and complex history. Warsaw Uprising Museum, Royal Castle, and neighbourhoods like Praga and Żoliborz are the best examples that reflect the city's vibrant atmosphere.
  • Enjoy the nightlife in Wrocław - Wrocław is one of the most lively cities in the nightlife scene. Explore the many bars and clubs in the city centre, stroll along the Oder River, and visit the colourful Market Square, home to many restaurants and cafes.
  • You can use your credit card during your visit to Poland; however, in smaller purchases or in more rural areas where credit cards may not be widely accepted. Remember to convert your local currency to Polish zloty (PLN) for small purchases.
  • Also, the weather in Poland can change suddenly during the day, and it is better to be prepared.
  • You might need a Schengen visa to visit Poland.
  • Warsaw Chopin Airport - Poland's largest and busiest airport, with over 18 million passengers annually. Located just 10 kilometres from the city centre, it offers easy access to Warsaw and the surrounding areas.
  • John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice – The airport is just 11 kilometres from Kraków, the second-busiest airport in Poland. Throughout the year, the airport to more than 8 million passengers. It's a popular gateway for tourists visiting Kraków and the surrounding region.
  • Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport - Located in the northern part of Poland, this airport serves the cities of Gdańsk, Sopot, and Gdynia, as well as the wider Pomerania region. It operates with over 5 million passengers per year and hosts flights to different destinations.
  • Katowice Airport - Located in southern Poland, this airport serves the cities of Katowice, Gliwice, and Sosnowiec, as well as the wider Silesia region. It serves over 4 million passengers annually and has flights to many European destinations.
  • Poznań-Ławica Henryk Wieniawski Airport - This airport serves the city of Poznań and the wider Wielkopolska region in western Poland. It serves over 2 million passengers annually and has flights to many European destinations.

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