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|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.
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 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.
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.
You can check Pegasus Airlines' official website or application to search for and buy tickets for cheap flights to Poland.
If you are a non-EU citizen, you might need a Schengen visa to visit Poland. You can check our comprehensive Poland visa guide for more information about your visa requirements.
The best season to visit Poland is either spring or summer when the weather is gorgeous. On the other hand, celebrating Christmas in Poland is a unique experience.
Poland is a safe country, and you can comfortably enjoy visiting different cities there. It is always good to pay attention to your belongings in crowded areas and on public transport to avoid incidents.
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