We arrived in Warsaw the previous evening on a Ryanair flight from Leeds-Bradford Airport. Our flight departed promptly at 16.10 arriving into Modlin, Warsaw’s second airport. Transferring into the city centre was very easy with tickets costing 19zl (£3.95) per person, available from a machine in the baggage hall. A regular shuttle bus service then takes passengers on the 10 minute journey to the nearby station from where we were able to connect to a train into the centre of Warsaw, taking a further 35 minutes. After a quick snack near the station, we walked across the city to the Ibis Hotel Warsaw Centrum our accommodation for the next four nights.
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