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Price per night
February - £55
Price in May
Type of accommodation
1 Bedroom, 38m²
Price per week
April : £43
A holiday rental in Warsaw is the best way to respect the rules of social distancing during the coronavirus epidemic this summer. A holiday rental is a private space, unlike a hotel or campsite. For example, if you choose a rental with a private swimming pool, you will be able to limit your interactions with other people. However, it is recommended that you follow the latest government information in order to comply with travel authorisations and the rules of the country: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
The average price of a night in a holiday rental in Warsaw is £50.
If you want to spend a week in a holiday rental in Warsaw, you have to pay on average £349 for 7 days. The price varies according to the season between £298 and £383 for one week.
The price of holiday rentals in Warsaw are less expensive in April: £43 per night on average. This represents a decrease of 15% compared to the average price recorded for the rest of the year. Conversely, the price increases by 10% (£55 per night) in 02, which is the most expensive month to live in Warsaw.
On average, rentals in Warsaw can accommodate 4 people (apartments and houses combined) and have a surface area of 38 m².
The price of a holiday rental in Warsaw is £51 per night for this summer. A week's rental in July or August will cost you on average £356.
A holiday rental for a weekend in Warsaw costs on average £109, for Friday and Saturday nights.
59% of accommodation is still available for a stay in May. It will be necessary to pay on average £48 per night.
The charming city of Warsaw is filled with royal palaces, a historic old town and gothic architecture which is hiding behind every corner. There are a million reasons why you should visit this creative and colourful hub, but whatever is drawing you to ‘Phoenix City’ the most, remember to find your dream accommodation on Likibu. From the many holiday rentals available, you can find your home away from home in Warsaw online today.
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The largest city in Poland has an extraordinary history, as the fading pastel buildings have endured endless attacks throughout the ages. Known also as the ‘Phoenix City', Warsaw has survived the turbulent years of the Second World War, and the city stands stronger today than it ever has been before. Whether you choose to immerse yourself in the timeless architecture or explore the contemporary skyscrapers which are a more recent addition to the skyline, there is the perfect holiday letting here waiting for you.
The spring months of late April and May are the best for visiting Warsaw, as the green spaces begin to bloom and paint the city with natural colours. The climate is also pleasant during this time, although rainfall can still be expected, it is before the peak summer season. If you can embrace the snow, Warsaw is beautiful in December when the Old Town is dressed in lights and a traditional European Christmas market, so book ahead to reserve your place in the Stare Miasto here today.
With daily flights direct from London and Birmingham to Warsaw, the quickest and most efficient way of reaching the Polish capital from the UK is by air, with the flight duration from London Stansted Airport to Warsaw Chopin Airport as short as 2 hours 15 minutes. Alternatively, you can travel to Krakow from cities across the UK, including Manchester, Edinburgh and Cardiff, where you can get to the capital by rail in just over three hours. Chopin Airport is only 10 kilometres from the city centre, which means holiday homes, apartments and attractions can be accessed in just 15 minutes by road or rail.
There is no better place to start than in the very heart of Warsaw. Home to the Palace of Culture and Science, The Royal Castle and The University of Warsaw, there is no shortage of renowned architecture to surround yourself in this prestigious district. It is, of course, not always about the buildings in Srodmiescie, although these landmarks attract visitors to the area, another reason to choose an apartment here is the distinguished line up of bars and grills, which serve up cuisine from Poland and the rest of world in an elegant atmosphere. Stay out into the early hours to enjoy Srodmiescie's attractions in the knowledge that your letting is just a few minutes down the cobbled street.
Securing an apartment or home-stay in the waterside neighbourhood of Powisle will guarantee an authentic home from home experience during your stay in Warsaw, as this area is a favourite for residents. For there is nowhere better to get to grips with the very best that this city has to offer than in the tried and tested local hangouts, which welcome locals back every single day. To live like a local, browse for our self-catered apartment rentals in Warsaw in this riverside region today.
For younger visitors who are visiting Warsaw, this indie neighbourhood has no competition. Book a reasonably priced holiday letting or youth hostel and wake up near murals, street art and underground bars dating back to the communist era. You can spend your savings in one of the many restaurants on Zabkowska street, which also happens to be the oldest streets in the city, or enjoying one of the many events in The Soho Factory.
Nothing showcases the Phoenix City's resilience quite like the Old Town district of Stare Miasto. These buildings have all crumbled as a result of the Second World War, but nothing was going to keep the old town down for too long, meaning these colourful houses, gothic landmarks and even the castle were all resurrected to new life and stand strong once again today. A holiday letting on these cobbled streets will place you in the heart of some of the most vibrant bars, cafes and restaurants in Warsaw.
The opulent district of Wilanow is slightly removed from the centre of Warsaw, but that does not stop the rich and famous from residing here, so it should not stop you either. Here you can discover the breath-taking Wilanow Palace Warsaw, with its vast botanical garden and grand buildings. Keep up the indulgence and choose a luxury holiday rental of your own to ensure you too will live like royalty during your stay in Warsaw.
A holiday in Warsaw brings the inevitable city hustle and bustle of a capital city break, but that does not necessarily mean you cannot find an area to relax and rejuvenate during your stay. This is why an apartment or home in Mokotow is perfect. This neighbourhood has no shortage of green space, meaning you can wake up in a room with a view of some of the city's most beautiful parks, before fuelling yourself for the day in one of the cafes.
It would be impossible to visit Warsaw without learning about the city's history, and the Old Town is the perfect place to start your adventure. Towering above the crumbling streets are Medieval houses and Polish architecture, all of which leads to the famous Rynek Starego Miasta, which is the beating heart of this capital. The Old Town is the epitome of everything that is so unique about Warsaw.
Perhaps the most recognisable building in Warsaw's skyline, the Palace of Culture and Science holds a reputation which goes beyond its title as the tallest building in the city. The name of the communist structure speaks for itself, as it is a palace of Polish culture and science, offering a venue for the greatest theatrical, sporting, artistic and academic events and exhibitions.
There is no shortage of royal hangouts in Warsaw, which means the city is bursting with opulent buildings and beautiful botanical parks, but above all, Łazienki Park stands out as one of the best. Translating as the ‘Royal Baths Park', the leafy green acres of this grand park take over 76 hectares of the city centre and links the Royal Castle to the Wilanów Palace.
This award-winning museum is a monument to the achievements and strength of the Jewish community across Warsaw and beyond, as it celebrates their history in the years which led up to the Holocaust. As an impressive architectural wonder itself, the building is a powerful statement of their resilience in the city, which is why so many visitors will not allow themselves to leave Warsaw without a visit.
This landmark will mean a lot to classical music fans, no matter their religion, because in this church you can find the heart of the renowned composer, Frederick Chopin, whilst the rest of his body is in Paris.
Give in to temptation and sample the traditional Polish sweet treat, a P?czek. Although this doughy goodness can be picked up everywhere around the city, the best arguably come from the Zagoździński bakery, so keep an eye out for a staple of Polish cuisine and enjoy the sweet taste of Warsaw.