Welcome back to Berlin

05.12.2017
  • From Berlin to Warsaw with LOT
  • From Berlin to Warsaw with LOT
  • From Berlin to Warsaw with LOT
  • From Berlin to Warsaw with LOT

LOT is taking off from Berlin once again. The Polish airline now connects the German capital twice daily with Warsaw. The flight takes two and a half hours with Embraer-Jets and Bombardier Q400.

Warsaw is one of the most fascinating cities in Europe. On the one hand the city is strongly influenced by its history, while on the other hand it attracts a modern and young crowd. A city of contrasts: old versus new, socialism alongside baroque – but Warsaw thrives on this diversity. Presumably, this contrast goes hand in hand with history. 90 % of the Polish capital was destroyed during the Second World War. Today, in the rebuilt old town, crosses and memorial stones commemorate this terrible time. While National Socialist occupation and World War Two are mainly anchored in the collective memory, socialism still shapes the cityscape. The Palace of Culture is phenomenal, a socialist building par excellence, and from its roof terrace you are treated to an amazing view of the city. The city is young and hip, especially to the right of the Vistula, in the Praga district. Here you can find clubs, galleries and cafes together in the backyards.

Warsaw’s surrounding region
While Warsaw is well-suited for a weekend trip, the surrounding area of the Polish capital invites you to stay longer. Less than an hour away from Warsaw is the birthplace of Frédéric Chopin in the Zelazowa Wola village. The house’s park and museum can be visited, while nature lovers will be drawn to Kampinoski National Park, a UNESCO biosphere reserve located about 40 kilometres from Warsaw.

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