Warsaw is the capital and the largest city in Poland, a country in Central Europe. Warsaw is a highly developed and advanced alpha global city, and is the political, financial, and cultural hub of Poland. It is famous for its eclectic blend of old and new buildings, and boasts one of the highest number of skyscrapers in Europe. It has also been ranked as the 32nd most livable city in the world by the Economic Intelligence Unit, and is considered to be one of the most livable cities in Central Europe today. With its gorgeous cityscape and old world charm, it is no wonder that Warsaw is such a popular tourist destination.
The city of Warsaw is served by two airports, Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport for most major airlines, and Warsaw Modlin Airport for low-cost carriers. There are flights from Hong Kong to Warsaw via airlines such as Cathay Pacific, Lufthansa, Finnair, and Emirates, to name a few. The journey typically takes at least 14 hours, with one layover. Hong Kong passport holders do not need a visa to enter when staying in Poland for less than 90 days. Although Poland is part of the European Union, they are currently using their own currency, the Polish złoty (zł), with an exchange rate of HKD$1 = 0.51 zł. Travellers are advised to use one of the taxi companies recommended by the airport authorities, such as Merc Taxi, MPT Radio Taxi, Ele, or Sawa Taxi, as these drivers will not overcharge you. The journey from the airport to the city center should take 15-30 minutes, and cost 35-50 zł (HKD$69-100). Most people take the train (either the Line S2 or Line S3) which cost 4.40zł, with a journey of 20 minutes.
Warsaw has a mild continental climate, with warm summers, crisp, sunny autumns and cold winters. Most tourists visit the city between May and September, where the weather is the most pleasant. Expect more rainfall in July. In Warsaw, most of the major tourist attractions are located in Centrum area, which is a collection of seven districts, the most important of which is Śródmieście district. The best way to explore the beautiful Warsaw architecture is on foot – we recommend that you go on a Tour of Warsaw to explore the area around the historical Old Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These walking tours, and visits to museums such as the Warsaw Uprising Museum or the State Ethnographical Museum in Warsaw, are a great way to learn about the history of Poland since World War II. Warsaw is also home to numerous beautiful and manicured parks such as Łazienki Park, Wilanów Park, Saski Garden, the Roof Garden of the University of Warsaw Library, and the sprawling Kampinoski National Park, which is protected as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reservation.
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