Ryanair, Europe’s only ultra-low cost airline, has announced it would open a new route between London Stansted and Lublin – its 11th Polish airport – from 17th Dec, bringing its Stansted winter schedule to 95 routes, including new winter routes to Budapest and Warsaw (Modlin), as well as ski routes to Grenoble, Salzburg and Turin.
In his younger day, the much loved late Pope John Paul II was a keen hiker and in his University-lecturing days would often take his students walking in the High Tatras and Beskidy mountains.
A recent study by Skyscanner has shown Poland to offer the best value for money out of 30 worldwide destinations.
The leading leisure airline, Jet2.com, has extended its popular flights from Newcastle Airport to Krakow into January 2012.
City break specialist, Cities Direct is highlighting a luxury twin-centre city break which combines the two Polish cities of Warsaw and Krakow – whose historic centres are both included on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
Krakow welcomes its 51st film festival later this month, as the Polish capital of culture welcomes one of the country’s biggest celebrations of cinema.
Walks Worldwide has a trip to Poland which offers the chance to discover the far south east of the country – the wild and sparsely populated region of the Bieszczady (a popular hiking haunt of Pope John Paul II).
Wizz Air, the largest low fare - low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe announced today in Warsaw, that it would open four more routes from Poland starting March, 2011.
Ryanair welcomed the Leeds United squad on board its Leeds Bradford to Krakow service on Saturday.
With organisers promising new, fresh and innovative acts as well as established artists for the two-day music and multimedia event, Krakow’s Selector Festival is expected to kick-start a summer of festivals across the country and further afield.
The central Polish city of Lodz will welcome the International Photography Festival next month.
Wizz Air has announced plans to launch a new route from Warsaw to Bristol. The new flights will start on 19 September with initially 2 frequencies a week. Tickets are already on sale on wizzair.com with fares starting from as low as £18.99 (one way, all inclusive).
The ninth Krakow marathon gets underway in six weeks time, as the Polish city welcomes competitors from around the world.
As Chopin 2010 events continue across Poland, a UK company is offering an escorted music tour to Warsaw to celebrate the bicentenary of the famous composer’s birth.
Although it’s becoming easier and cheaper to get to Poland by air, it’s not the only way to visit one of central Europe’s most popular countries.
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