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Flights Poland

Depending on where you are flying to and from, it takes just an hour or two to reach Poland from Ireland. So why not book some cheap flights to Poland now and get ready to explore this beautiful, welcoming and culturally rich land, just on your doorstep? When you are booking flights to Poland, it can be a really smart move to get every aspect of your holiday sorted out at the same time. So why not book in to a fantastic hotel in Poland and maybe organise car hire in Poland too? With all that arranged, all that you need to do now is to sit back and relax, and read on to see our hot tips for the best places to visit and some of the best things to see and do after your cheap flights to Poland arrive.

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A huge land, Poland offers everything from sandy beaches to buzzing bars. So, you can pick and choose your destination to ensure that you enjoy the holiday of your dreams. Here are just a few ideas for places to go when you book flights to Poland:

  • Warsaw: the nation's capital is famous for its amazing museums (such as the Warsaw Uprising museum) and its cool, laid back bar, cafe and restaurant culture.
  • The seaside at Sopot: Poland's Baltic coast line is characterised by shimmering warm waters and soft white sands flecked with amber.
  • Krakow: this ancient city is home to a castle, a beautiful old Jewish Town and also to the world famous Teatr Stary (or 'Old Theatre').
  • Gdansk: head here to check out the newly built Shakespeare Theatre and to stroll through the atmospheric medieval style main streets and square.
There is much much more to discover though - you will quickly be adding items to this list when you arrive in Poland!

There are airports throughout the country, so as well as Warsaw, you could book a flight that arrives at Gdansk, Krakow or Lublin - whichever suits your travel plans best. The Polish train network is regular and efficient, and great for travelling between different cities, but there are other options (such as regional tram lines) too.

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Dublin - Rzeszow ryanair €94 One-way 20 July Today 01:45
Cork - Poznan Aer Lingus €865 One-way 07 January Today 01:06
Shannon - Gdansk Aer Lingus €383 Return 10 to 17 December Yesterday
Shannon - Szczecin Aer Lingus €939 One-way 13 January 4 days ago
Cork - Gdansk Aer Lingus €315 Return 11 to 15 April 4 days ago
Knock - Krakow flybe €587 Return 10 to 20 February 4 days ago
Cork - Bydgoszcz Aer Lingus €767 One-way 10 December 4 days ago
Cork - Warsaw KLM €293 Return 17 to 20 March 4 days ago
Cork - Warsaw Aer Lingus €546 Return 27 to 30 December 4 days ago
Belfast - Warsaw ryanair €34 One-way 14 December 5 days ago
Cork - Szczecin Aer Lingus €1394 Return 13 to 17 January 5 days ago
Belfast - Katowice British Airways €723 Return 23 June to 08 July 7 days ago
Knock - Gdansk Aer Lingus €1752 Return 02 to 07 January 7 days ago
Shannon - Wroclaw ryanair €31 One-way 06 January 10 days ago
Shannon - Warsaw British Airways €755 Return 28 December to 03 January 12 days ago