Rennes and Warsaw with easyJet this winter


For the 2018 season winter, easyJet opens two new urban routes departing from Geneva, between historic heritage and assumed modernity. Warsaw, the relatively unknown Polish capital, is the new destination of easyJet network, available year-round. The Brittany Rennes, halfway between the English Channel and the Atlantic Ocean, will be available for the winter season. This would certainly make lovers of short discovery trips happy.

Warsaw: up to four flights per week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday), year-round, starting 28 October 2018 

Capital of Poland, Warsaw is an ideal destination for an urban and cultural weekend. Entirely rebuilt after the Second World War, following the exact previous architecture, its old town with typical coloured façades has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1980. Its exciting history is now combined with the vitality of a growing metropolis with abundant tourism. A city to discover as soon as possible, for leisure or business. 

Rennes: up to three flights a week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday), winter season, from 29 October 2018 to 29 March 2019

Another capital, regional this time, Rennes is the new Breton destination in easyJet catalogue, adding to Nantes, already served year-round. With a rich historical and cultural heritage, Rennes is a young and dynamic university city, a great place to live and work. Its mild temperate climate in winter is an invitation to discover its charms out of season, in all tranquillity. And why not take the opportunity to discover the mythical places of the nearby coast, such as Saint-Malo or Mont-Saint-Michel, or to visit a spa in one of the many establishments in the region?