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Price and Availability Index for Warsaw
Holiday Letting Price Information in Warsaw
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months. Prices reach their peak during one week in May. The average price per night in a holiday letting in Warsaw this week (18/05 - 25/05) is £66. In January (18/01 - 25/01), prices will hit an average low of £54 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Warsaw
Have a look at the above graph to see the availability of holiday rentals in Warsaw. The week with the least available rentals is in April (06/04 - 13/04), with only 72% of the rentals available. Conversely, 87% of the lettings are still available during a week in August (31/08 - 07/09).
The Weather in Warsaw
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is August.
Experience Warsaw past and present from your comfortable holiday home
Marvel at growth and restoration throughout Warsaw's wide, diverse, and innovative urban spaces. For your own holiday apartment, choose from modern condos with prime skyline views, or go traditional with a well- preserved historical location in a pre-war town house, known in Polish as a kamienica.
Nostalgia, bite by bite
Recently revamped and reopened, Bar Gdański is a shining example of the classic, beloved Polish milk bar, or bar mleczny, an inexpensive place to get hearty national staples. Opened in the 1950s, when milk bars were coming into fashion, Bar Gdański serves up all the pierogi and pickle soup you can handle.
Pijalnia is no ordinary bar, and many people head to this 24-hour destination more for the Communist-era pub snacks and dishes than for anything else. Try the distinctly Polish tastes of beef and egg tartare, or sour rye soup with white kielbasa.
History speaks loudly
The Warsaw Uprising Museum offers in-depth and heartfelt documentation of the 1944 rebellion against occupying Nazi troops. Learn about the everyday lives of residents and insurgents, and the climate before, during, and after the infamous uprising.
Warsaw's spectacular Neon Museum will transfix you with its displays of vintage signs in all their neon glory. Focusing on the Eastern Bloc time period in Poland and other European nations, these glitzy eye-catchers instantly tell a story and create a mood.
Warsaw's green thumb
Blessed with vast expanses of rich parkland, the city has no shortage of oases to keep you cool on warm summer days. Łazienki Park (the largest in town), with its verdant gardens and grand royal palace set on an island, offers culture and outdoor respite.
Spend quiet time by the Vistula (Wisła, in Polish) riverside, which perks up in summertime with funky beach lounges and activities like kayaking and riverboating. Stroll along gentle pathways, admire the towering, pointy-roofed national stadium, and be sure to cross the showy Świętokrzyski Bridge.
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