Warsaw is Poland’s largest city and an economic, political, and cultural centre. It is the largest Polish agglomeration and features an unforgettable history. A city where a fourth of the terrain is covered by parkland, with remarkable public transportation system, a major international tourist destination and a significant cultural, political and economic hub.

The Old Town

The oldest part of the capital city. Rich in restaurants, cafés and shops. Surrounding streets feature medieval architecture such as the city walls, the Barbican and St. John's Cathedral. Reconstructed after the World War II, has been placed on the UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites as "an outstanding example of a near-total reconstruction of a span of history covering the 13th to the 20th century”.

Royal residences (The Royal Castle, Łazienki Królewskie Park-Palace Complex, Wilanów Park-Palace Complex)

Associated with Polish rulers and momentous historical events. Full of splendid monuments of architecture with art pieces and also romantic gardens or parks. Appreciated by those who seek for a rest in the bosom of nature they also provide a space for major artistic events in Warsaw cultural calendar.
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Palace of Culture and Science

Completed in 1955, the building is the embodiment of Socialist Realist architecture. It is still the tallest building in Poland (with the highest viewing platform in Warsaw, on the 30th floor) and fulfils the role of a cultural centre accommodating theatres, museums, a cinema and a concert hall.

Warsaw Rising Museum

The museum pays tribute to all those who fought and died for their country’s independence during the Warsaw Uprising in 1944. Housed in a former tramway power station, the modern museum guides visitors through interactive displays, video footage and photographs.

POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

It tells the 1000-year-long history of Poles and Jews. It enchants with its extraordinary symbolic architecture as well as the exhibition itself, which includes a richly ornamented replica of the vault of a 17th-century synagogue.

National Museum

The museum contains a rich collection of exhibits from antiquity to modern times. The building originates from the inter-war period. It organizes numerous temporary exhibitions presenting art from all over the world.

Copernicus Science Centre

A kingdom of experiments and a heaven for those interested in the world. Here everyone can delve into nature’s mysteries, conduct experiments on their own and, above all, have fun.

The National Stadium

was built for the European Football Championship UEFA EURO 2012™ in place of the former 10th-Anniversary Stadium. It is located close to the Old Town and city centre. It is well visible from many places in Warsaw, being especially attractive from the side of the Zamkowy Square.

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