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Cheap flights from Poland: where can you fly in October from 8 euros?

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Cheap flights from Poland: where can you fly in October from 8 euros?

The summer vacation season is over, so many airlines are offering big discounts on flights. Currently, ticket prices for some destinations start from 8 euros. Find out where you can fly from Poland on a limited budget

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With the end of the summer season, airlines have traditionally reduced flight prices. According to yavp.pl, today you can buy tickets to some destinations from Poland starting from 8 euros, and such prices apply to a large number of routes throughout Europe. So, if you are looking for budget vacation options because you have a limited budget, the following selection of flights is just for you.


Read more about the countries where tourists will be forced to overpay tourist taxes for each night in the country here.


Cheap flights on Ryanair and Wizz Air: where can you fly from Poland?


Warsaw-Modlin


– London - from about 12 euros (Ryanair);

– Bristol - from about 13 euros (Ryanair);

– Birmingham - from about 16 euros (Ryanair).


Frederic Chopin Airport in Warsaw


– Brussels - from about 19 euros (Ryanair);

– Bilbao, Corfu, Santorini - from 39 euros (Wizz Air);

– Burgas - from 19 euros (Wizz Air);

– Split, Podgorica - from 23 euros (Wizz Air);

– Chania, Nice, Olbia, Palma - from 20 euros (Wizz Air);

– Madeira, Porto - from about 63 euros (Wizz Air);

– Gothenburg, Malmö, Oslo - from 8 euros (Wizz Air);


Airport in Krakow


– Turin, Vienna - from 10 euros (Ryanair);

– Lille, Pescara, Nuremberg, Oslo, Berlin, Memmingen, Bari, Bologna from 13 euros (Ryanair);

– Billund, London, Riga, Dortmund, Paris, Prague, Stockholm, Paphos - from 15-22 euros (Ryanair);

– Brussels, Milan, Venice, Marseille, Lourdes, Toulouse, Burgas, Copenhagen, Varna, Bordeaux, Pisa, Tirana, Thessaloniki, Bristol, Rome, Eindhoven, Barcelona, Palermo, Lamia, Palma, Athens, Corfu - from 22-30 euros (Ryanair); 

– Lyon, Oslo - from 16 euros (Wizz Air);

– Burgas, Heraklion, Nice, Split, London - from 20 euros (Wizz Air).




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Airports in Gdansk


– Oslo, Gothenburg, Billund, Copenhagen, Veksho, Stockholm, Belfast, Riga, Hamburg, Podgorica, London - tickets from 8-15 euros (Ryanair);

– London, Milan, Aarhus, Manchester, Cork, Chania, Prague, Dublin, Leeds - tickets from 15-22 euros (Ryanair);

– Newcastle, Paris, Pisa, Zadar, Bristol, Venice, Corfu, Edinburgh, Barcelona, Naples, Malta, Paphos, Malaga, Alicante - tickets from 22-43 euros (Ryanair);

– Barcelona - from 29 euros (Wizz Air);

– Paris, Liverpool - from 16 euros (Wizz Air);

– Edinburgh - from 18 euros (Wizz Air).


Airport in Wroclaw


– London, Leeds, Billund, Manchester, Oslo, Bournemouth, Podgorica - tickets from 8-15 euros (Ryanair);

– Brussels, Paris, Pisa, Stockholm, Milan, Turin, Bologna, Zadar, Venice - tickets from 15-22 euros (Ryanair);

– Palma, East Midlands, Newcastle, Liverpool, Sofia, Barcelona, Bristol, Brindisi, Rome, Corfu, Athens, Paphos, Naples, Chania, Shannon, Malta, Palermo, Dublin, Alicante, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Porto - from 22-43 euros (Ryanair);

– Birmingham - from about 17 euros (Wizz Air);

– Burgas, Bari, Dubrovnik, Tirana - from 20 euros (Wizz Air);

– Reykjavik - from 32 euros (Wizz Air);

– Kutaisi - from approximately 29 euros (Wizz Air).




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Airports in Katowice


– Bologna, Venice, Dortmund, Milan, Cologne, Paphos - from 10-17 euros (Ryanair);

– London, Oslo, Manchester, Athens, Alghero, Trapani - from 17-28 euros (Ryanair);

– Malmö - from about 8 euros (Wizz Air);

– Bergen, Dortmund, Split - from 13 euros (Wizz Air);

– Burgas - from 18 euros (Wizz Air);

– Valencia, Palma - from about 23 euros (Wizz Air);

– Corfu, Naples, Tirana - from 20 euros (Wizz Air);

– Reykjavik - from 35 euros (Wizz Air);

– Oslo - from about 15 euros (Wizz Air).


Safety while traveling


Reliable health insurance is the key to a successful vacation without unforeseen expenses and unpleasant surprises. However, in order to make your vacation really good, it is important to choose a reliable insurance company in advance so that if you need to go to a medical facility, you do not have to pay for it. 


In addition, for those traveling by car, it is mandatory to have car insurance that will cover losses in the event of an accident abroad. Without a Green Card for a car, it is prohibited to travel in the EU countries. 


We remind you! A new study by "Which?" analyzed prices and found out how vacationers can save money on booking accommodation. Read more about whether it is cheaper to stay in hotels or book an Airbnb accommodation in our previous article.


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Green Card - compulsory car insurance for traveling abroad;

Visit Ukraine Tickets - book tickets for buses, trains, and airplanes to/from Ukraine and between cities around the world;

Private Lawyer service - professional legal support on visa and migration issues;

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