Medical Esthetic

Medical Esthetic

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Plan your trip

A visit to your local hospital or clinic can feel daunting, let alone a clinic in another country. Our aim is to help you prepare for your visit to the Medical Esthetic clinic in Warsaw, and ensure that your stay is as stress-free as possible. On this page you will find some basic information about planning your visit. Our English speaking Patient Liaison Manager is also available to answer any of your questions.
Getting to Warsaw
The quickest and easiest way to travel is by plane. Warsaw has two international airports serviced by flights from the UK. Typical journey times are around 2.5 hours. British Airways and LOT fly into Chopin International Airport, which is 20 minutes from the clinic, while budget airlines Ryanair and Wizz Air fly into Modlin International Airport which is about 1 hour from the clinic.
Travelling from the Airport
Both airports are serviced by busses and taxis that will take you into the centre of Warsaw. There is also a frequent and fast train service into the centre of Warsaw.
Once you are in the centre of Warsaw most places are easily reachable on foot, or by tram/bus.
Booking a Hotel
Like any modern city, Warsaw offers a wide range of hotels to meet the needs, and pocket of all travellers. International brands such as the Intercontinental, Holiday Inn and Hilton sit side by side with local hotels. The following hotels are within an easy reach of the clinic, as well as the more popular shops:
- Platinum Residence
- Metropol Hotel
- Ibis Hotel
- Novotel Centrum
Travel Documents
If you hold a passport issued by a member state off the European Union, then you only need your passport to enter Poland. You do not need a visa. If you are in doubt, then please speak to our Patient Liaison Manager who will be able to offer up-to-date advice.
Visitors from the United Kingdom can also find up-to-date information about travel to Poland on the Foreign & Commonwealth Office website:
Poland still has its own currency, called the Zloty. Credit and debt cards are accepted in most shops and restaurants, as well as hotels.
Warsaw has very good mobile phone services, then even cover parts of the underground. If you bring your mobile phone with you, you are advised to speak to your mobile-phone company first to check that you have mobile-roaming setup on your account, as well as to find out how much you will be charged while abroad.
While at the clinic
Once you arrive, we will make every effort that you have the consultation with the surgeon on the same day. The next morning you will have all required tests done so that we can proceed with your procedure in the afternoon. During your initial telephone consultation you will be advised as to the required duration of your stay so that you can book your flights accordingly.
Points of interest within an easy reach of the clinic
- Zlote Tarasy shopping centre
- Arkadia shopping centre
- The National Stadium
- The centre is also full of bars, cafes and nightclubs.