Warsaw is part of the central area of Poland, which delights visitors with a variety of various interesting places located throughout the whole Mazowsze region. Here we can find traditional Polish manor houses and picturesquely situated castles and heritage parks. Warsaw is where the clash of the Western and Eastern Europe cultures takes place. We may find numerous historical buildings, churches and architectural complexes destroyed during wartime and carefully restored afterwards. UNESCO appreciates that effort and includes the Old City in Warsaw in the List of World Cultural and Natural Heritage. Warsaw is the most cosmopolitan city of Poland: it is a vibrant metropolis full of clubs, pubs and restaurants serving dishes from all over the world. This is a place of origin of the most modern forms of culture, such as the Warsaw Uprising Museum, the Fryderyk Chopin Museum or the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Everyone will find something for themselves, whether they are entertainment lovers, history freaks or culture and art fans.
The Old Town, the Warsaw Uprising Museum, the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, Wilanów Palace, Chopin’s Manor in Żelazowa Wola, the Palace of Culture, the old Praga district
Mamaison Hotel Le Regina, Rialto Hotel, H15 Boutique Hotel, Sheraton Hotel
St. Antonio Chlebi wino Restaurant, Fabryka Trzciny, Belvedere Restaurant, U Kucharzy Restaurant, Dom Polski Restaurant, Informal Kitchen Restaurant