Weather at the moment
Weather all year round
Warsaw's weather depends on both an oceanic and continental climate, thanks to its coastline to the north and its high mountains to the south. While summer is generally sunny and warm in the Polish capital, with mercury rising to 25°C in July and August, winters are much harsher and snowier. Thus, it is not uncommon for temperatures in Warsaw to reach -5°C in January
Overall, life is cheaper in Poland than in France or Belgium, a point that can be qualified in the case of Warsaw. The only cost centre that can quickly turn out to be high remains hosting. Restaurants, bars and museums remain very accessible. But Warsaw also has luxurious addresses!
No visa is required to visit Warsaw. Since Poland's entry into the European Union, only an identity card is required for your stay in Warsaw. It is possible to bring your pet with you if you have a health certificate for it; in addition, for dogs, you must provide a rabies vaccination certificate and a muzzle (this is mandatory in public places, public transport, etc.)
No vaccination is required to travel to Warsaw, but it is advisable to be up-to-date for diphtheria and tetanus, poliomyelitis, hepatitis A. Children must have up to date all vaccinations included in the French vaccination calendar, especially for long stays: BCG from the first month, measles from 9 months. If water is drinkable in Warsaw, it is not in the habits of Poles to drink tap water.