Warsaw, the capital of Poland can inspire you on every corner. Almost entirely destroyed during the war it was meticulously reconstructed and during the decades it became the most modern city in Poland.
It has two centres. One of them is the Old Town with the most important historical monuments and the second one is the modern one, with its skyscrappers and business offices.
Warsaw lies by the river Vistula that divides the city into two parts. When the weather is pleasant and sunny you can even go sunbathing on one of its beaches. There are also many attractions settled by the riverside such as the Copernicus Science Centre where you can take part in the laboratory classes and be encouraged to discover and understand the world, the National Stadium where you can attend different not only sports' events.
The river can also attract you with its recently built boulevards where you can taste a little bit of Warsaw's nightlife.
In the Old Town area you can shoot the most important monuments Warsaw is famous for: the Royal Castle, the Old Market Square and Barbican. Following the Royal Route you will see the Presidential Palace, the University of Warsaw, the Holy Cross Church with Chopin’s heart and the Copernicus Statue.
Other highlights of Warsaw sightseeing route are: the New Town with the Monument of Warsaw Uprising, the former Jewish Ghetto area, the Tomb of Unknown Soldier, the Palace of Culture and Science, the Łazienki Royal Park with the Palace on the Water and the Chopin Monument, Praga District and many more.
Do not hesitate to contact our Destino Poland team if you want to:
- ask about the possibilities to organize a guided tour in Warsaw and its surroundings
- find a good accomodation in Warsaw for a reasonable price
- include Warsaw to the programme of your tour
- book an airport transfer ( WAW airport and WMI airport) or any kind of transportation
- ask about more possibilities to spend time in Warsaw and its surroundings
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