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Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) is a major Midwest hub for flights in and out of the US. Accessed via the CTA “L” train, the North Central Service Line offered by Metra, Pace public busses, or by taxi, limo or shuttle bus.
Afternoon and evening flights are commonplace to Warsaw Frederic Chopin (WAW) and generally take up to 14 hours. Located 6 miles from the city center, head into Warsaw by renting a car or taking the public bus or a taxi.
History buffs will enjoy wandering through Warsaw’s Old Town, an area that dates back centuries. Warsaw has two must-see palaces, the 17th century Lazienki Krolewskie Palace, and the Wilanow Palace, each equipped with its own park area.
Warsaw’s Rising Museum offers visitors a glimpse into the Poland’s tumultuous past and those who have sacrificed their lives for their independence.
Warsaw’s climate tends to be humid. During the fall and winter months from October through March, temperatures range from 21 to 41 degrees Fahrenheit. Spring and summer’s April through September offer lows and highs ranging from 39 to 74 degrees.
Warsaw has numerous 4- and 5-star hotel options for those wishing luxurious accommodations. The city is also filled hostel- and budget-friendly options for people who are watching their cash flow.