Sunday Nov 17:

Due to essential roadworks, Connaught Road roundabout will be closed from 7:00PM on Friday 15th November 19:00 until 5:00AM on Monday 18th November, blocking access to the terminal from the west along Hartmann Road. A diversion is in place via the eastern access gates, located at the junction of Fishguard Way, Woolwich Manor Way and Albert Road. Please allow extra time for your journey by vehicle or take the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) instead.


Poland's capital is often described as one of Central and Eastern Europe's top destinations to visit for many reasons.


Whether you're visiting for work or a weekend away, Warsaw is one of the continent's most exciting cities. From its blend of architecture that spans centuries, to its quietly excellent restaurant scene, the wide variety of things to see and do means there's something for everyone. So when you fly to Warsaw, no matter the reason, you'll be experiencing one of Europe's most underrated city break destinations - a pleasingly fun and soulful place to do business or just relax.


Poland’s capital has a great nightlife scene that spans from chic cocktail bars through to edgy nightclubs and laidback pubs. Depending on what type of evening you’re after, you’ll rarely be far from somewhere to get a pint, listen to some great live music or find a dancefloor.

For a relaxing evening out, pop into one of the traditional wine bars in the Old Town. The city also has a burgeoning craft beer following thanks to its scattering of microbreweries. You’ll find a handful of great beer venues in the city centre, including Cuda Na Kiju.

Pl. Pilsudskiego, which fringes the State Park, is the place to go for a glamourous evening out at some of the top clubs in the city, while the more urban 11 Listopada Street in Praga is known for its courtyard area that’s home to a few cool nightclubs and bars with unique, artsy décor.