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About Warsaw

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Warsaw's history is told though its architecture, from its restored Gothic structures to steel high-rises and everything in between. The Royal Castle served as the monarchy's residence for about 300 years before it was totally destroyed in WW2. Then, there's the Palace of Culture and Science, which dates back to the Soviet era, remains Poland's tallest structure, and now houses theaters, bars, museums, and an observation deck on the 30th floor.

The city's complex story unfolds even further in all of its great museums. The Warsaw Rising Museum covers the history of the Warsaw Uprising in 1944 through interactive displays, photographs, and film archives.

Though there's history down every street, Warsaw is as modern as any other European capital, full of gorgeous green spaces like Lazienki Park, as well as a variety of Polish and fushion restaurants, cozy bars, and galleries in the beautifully restored old town. Take a guided tour of Old Praga to discover the city's besk kept secrets. Then, when night falls, head over to Mazowiecka Street to experience the best of Warsaw’s vibrant nightlife.


From $19 per night

This weekend

From $33 per night

Next weekend

From $44 per night

Most popular time to visit July-September
Cheapest time to visit February-April
Local currency 10 zł = $2.41
Language Polish
Average weekend price $52 per night
Average weekday price $58 per night
Average stay 1 night

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Warsaw reviews

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Excellent place to spend a few nights, beautiful...

March 2, 2020

Excellent place to spend a few nights, beautiful architecture and parks. Lovely and affordable restaurants, definitely try out Der Elefant and Maho restaurant, cafe Bristol. absolutely amazing food. Good shopping experience, try out the shop Neptunea gifts and sliver store, bought beautiful and affordable jewellery and gifts, well recommended. Great attractions to visit, such as the castle and Jan's house in the zoo, Lazienki Park, Old town. Cheap and cheerful place and would definitely visit again.

Anonymous United Kingdom

I’m delighted from a trip in Warsaw.

February 28, 2020

I’m delighted from a trip in Warsaw. A just wonderful Old Town, clean streets, a modern Airport Chopin, excellent museums, Warsaw has a comfortable public transport system:Bus, Streetcar, Subway(Metro). New buildings have been buildings also, new buildings are good development of City. Population of Warsaw just friendship. Poland is a great country with a rich culture and architecture. I recommend to visit in Warsaw.

Viktor Russia

Was a long time since I had been to Warsaw and once again I...

February 27, 2020

Was a long time since I had been to Warsaw and once again I loved it. We stayed in the Old Town which was prefect as plenty of restaurants to eat at and town squares to sit and have a beer or coffee and watch the world go by. Lots of free walking tours around the old town too, which were very interesting. The Hop on Hop off bus around Warsaw was also very useful as took you to some places that were some distance away like the Warsaw Ghetto museum, which was amazing. There is still plenty of the old Soviet architecture around as well as plenty of modern buildings and a fascinating Old Town,

Anonymous Australia

Getting around Warsaw is very easy by public transport.

February 24, 2020

Getting around Warsaw is very easy by public transport. We ate in three superb restaurants in the city. Nolita has a Michelin star, Rusiko, a Georgian restaurant and L’Arc Varosvie. Each restaurant served superb food. There were a couple of other smaller ones but I can’t remember the names. The uprising museum was very interesting and the old town was very pretty. Warsaw is well worth a visit just don’t stay in the Warsaw Metro Centrum apartments. The place was crap and not only that I had my new diamond earrings and a special necklace stolen from there. Probably by the person who knew the door code. I.E landlord. I didn’t realize they were missing until I got back to the uk. Too late by then. I just hope Karma prevails.

Anonymous France

It’s an amazing city.

February 10, 2020

It’s an amazing city. You can see the difference between the old buildings and the new ones and the contrast is very interesting. We had a tour with adventure tour (off the beaten path) and they are really amazing, explained a lot about the history of warsaw. They can also do touristic places but we chose the bit hidden and not so touristy tour because that’s what we like and then we did the rest of the touristy stuff on our own. The old town is a must see it was entirely reconstructed based on a painter (canaletto) after it was destroyed during the 2sd WW. The uprising museum is very interesting and a must see. Neon museum is pretty cool. Praga district is a must see also, a lot of graffiti and cool hispter places. You can also visit the street where “the pianist” was filmed. Amazing city all in all. We moved around by foot mostly but also uber. There is no car to go. Didnt use the tram or metro.

Nour-Estelle Lebanon

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