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Welcome to Warsaw

  • 2 Places to stay
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Warsaw is the capital and the largest city in Poland, located in the Mazovian Voivodeship on the banks of the river Vistula. Its name probably derives from a Polish nobleman, Warsz from the Rawa family, who founded a village in the place of the to-be capital in the 13th century. Warsaw obtained city rights in the late 13th century, and in 1529 became the seat of the Polish Sejm (Parliament) as a city halfway between Vilnius and Krakow, two capitals of the Polish – Lithuanian Commonwealth.

After becoming capital in 1596, Warsaw would develop significantly, what was interrupted by the Swedish invasion in 1655-58 and later wars. In the years 1795-1918, despite Russian occupation, the University of Warsaw was founded, and the city grew with new streets in the classical style. Once called "Paris of the North", it suffered significantly during World War II, when around 85% of the buildings were destroyed.

However, many were rebuilt, alongside emerging socialist realist construction during the years of communism between 1944-1989, and the center of Warsaw entered in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1980. Years of the opposition culminated in the Round Table Agreement in 1989 and the democratic transformation.

With current population of 2 million people, Warsaw develops and blooms with new artistic centers, clubs and restaurants. Its notable monuments are, among others: Old Town, including the Royal Castle on Castle Square, with a monument of King Sigismund, who moved the capital to Warsaw; the Łazienki Park, a palace and garden complex founded in the 18th century by the last king of Poland, the prettiest park in Warsaw; the particularly interesting Palace of Culture and Science, the tallest building in Poland, built in the years 1952-1955 in the socialist realist style, with a well-preserved interior from the 1950s.

The Mermaid

The mermaid has been the symbol of the city since early 15th century, even though it was then represented as half-woman, half-bird, just like in the Greek mythology. The current form of the mermaid as half-woman, half-fish first appeared in the 18th century. The mermaid is present in many Warsaw legends.

According to one of them, she and her sister swam from the Atlantic to the Baltic. Her sister liked the Danish coastline and settled down in Copenhagen, meanwhile she swam further south in the Vistula river and eventually stayed in Warsaw.

She would then tangle the fishermen’s nets and release the fish, but the fishermen fell in love with her singing and didn’t bother her. Once, when a greedy merchant decided to catch the mermaid and show her in the circus, the brave fishermen freed her and let her go back to the river. The grateful mermaid promised that she will also help them whenever they are in danger. Since then, she would carry a sword and a shield.

The mermaid is an official symbol of Warsaw and appears in the city’s coat of arms. She can be also seen on facades of the buildings or statues, with the most famous one placed in the Old Town Market Place of Warsaw. The mermaid has also been present in the artistic imagery.

During Pablo Picasso’s visit to Warsaw in 1948, the famous Spanish artist picked a piece of coal and spontaneously drew the mermaid on the wall of a building he visited. However, the mermaid would have a hammer, not sword in her hand. It symbolized the author’s pacific beliefs and the post-war reconstruction of the city.

Gastronomy

Pierogis (Polish Dumplings)

Pierogis (Polish Dumplings)

Filled dumplings, served with many different kinds of stuffing, savory or sweet. They are usually boiled or pan-fried. Among the most popular fillings are cottage cheese and potato, minced meat, sauerkraut and mushrooms, sweet cottage cheese and fruits.

Gołąbki (Cabbage Roll)

Gołąbki (Cabbage Roll)

Is a popular Polish dish made by wrapping cabbage leaves around minced meat with rice and onion. They are often served with mushroom or tomato sauce. The name ‘’gołąbki’’ literally means ‘’little pigeons’’ what refers to the shape of the cabbage rolls.

Kotlet Schabowy

Kotlet Schabowy

Is a Polish variety of pork cutlet, usually fried on lard and served alongside boiled potatoes and cabbage or other salads.

Bigos

Bigos

Often translated as ‘’hunter’s stew’’, is a popular Polish stew made with meat, cabbage, sauerkraut, and different kinds of spices. Other popular ingredients include prunes, apples, mushrooms, tomato paste, sausage, onions or even honey. It is usually served with a slice of bread or potatoes.

Oscypek

Oscypek

A kind of smoked cheese made with sheep milk in the Tatra region in the south of Poland. It is usually bought as a souvenir by visitors. It is sometimes served grilled, usually with bacon and prune or put in salads.

Kiełbasa

Kiełbasa

Polish sausage, prepared and served in many different ways, fried or cooked. It is a popular ingredient in many other dishes.

Żurek

Żurek

A soup made of soured rye flour and meat, usually boiled sausage, bacon or ham. It is often served with hard boiled eggs. Żurek is one of the most popular Polish soups, loved for its original flavor.

People

Maria Skłodowska – Curie

Maria Skłodowska – Curie

Born in Warsaw in 1867, Maria Skłodowska was a Polish physicist and chemist who moved to France to continue her scientific work. She coined the term “radioactivity” and discovered two elements, polonium and radium. She is the only woman to win the Nobel Prize twice and the only person to win it in two different fields, (physics and chemistry). She died in 1934 due to damaging effects of radiation.

Frederyk Chopin

Frederyk Chopin

Słynny polski pianista i kompozytor urodził się w 1810 roku i dorastał w Warszawie. Jego matka była Polką, a ojciec Francuzem. Z powodu złej sytuacji politycznej w Polsce przeprowadził się do Francji. Skomponował wiele znanych arcydzieł na fortepian. Jego prace były technicznie trudne do opanowania, innowacyjne i wrażliwe. Ponieważ Chopin łączył także muzykę z polskim nacjonalizmem, jest uważany za przedstawiciela epoki romantycznej w muzyce. Zmarł w Paryżu w 1849 roku na gruźlicę.

Irena Sendlerowa

Irena Sendlerowa

This famous Polish social worker and Righteous Among the Nations was born in Warsaw in 1910. During the II World War, she became head of the children section of Żegota (Polish Council to Aid Jews). Together with other volunteers she would smuggle up to 2500 Jewish children out of the Warsaw Ghetto and hide them on the Polish side. She died in Warsaw in 2008.

Krzysztof Kieślowski

Krzysztof Kieślowski

Born in Warsaw in 1941, Kieślowski was one of the world’s greatest directors and screenwriters, a graduate of the famous Łódź Film School and the representative of so-called “Cinema of Moral Anxiety”. He is known for his “Dekalog” series from late 1980s that were set in Warsaw’s tower blocks and “Three Colors” trilogy from early 1990s. He would win many prestigious awards at Cannes, Venice and Berlin film festivals. He died in Warsaw in 1996 due to a heart attack.

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Łazienki Park

Located at the largest park of Warsaw, the Lazienza, the Chopin bronze statue was designed in 1907 by Waclaw Szymanowski and planned for the centenary commemorations of the composer’s birth, however was only erected in 1926, after several delays because of the controversy of its design and then[…]

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Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw was established in 2005. It has got two locations. The main modernist exhibition pavilion is based on Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 22 on the bank of Vistula, next to the Copernicus Science Centre. The building is surrounded by a beautiful scenery of the river and […]

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The Wilanów Palace Museum and Park

Built in the second half of the 17th century, the Wilanów Palace served as a summer Royal residence for King John III Sobieski. Dubbed as the “Polish Versailles”, the Baroque palace, located 10km south of Warsaw’s city center, is a combination of the Parisian architecture, an Italian garden vil[…]

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The Old Town

The heart of Warsaw’s Old Town, the Old Town Market Place was one of the iconic landmarks destroyed by the German Army. The current buildings were reconstructed between 1948 and 1953 to look exactly as they did in the 17th century when rich merchant families lived at the square. Now, it’s where[…]

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Powazki Cemetery

The oldest and best known Catholic cemetery of Warsaw, the Powazki features graves of writers, singers, poets, and scientists, among many others. The beautifully ornated tombstones were created by some of the most famous Polish sculptors and in 1925, the Avenue of the Notables was opened. Among[…]

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Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews

The recent POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, a stunning copper, concrete and glass structure designed by Finnish architect Rainer Mahlamaki and opened in 2014. Each gallery addresses a different era in the thousand-year history of the Jewish community in Poland, from the first settlem[…]

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Monument to the Ghetto Heroes

Celebrating the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1943, an act of Jewish resistance in German-occupied Poland during World War III, the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes was designed by Leo Suzin. The first part of the monument includes a small memorial tablet, a circular plaque with a palm leaf. The large[…]

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Saxon Garden

One of the first public gardens in the world, the Saxon Gardens was opened to the public in 1727. Laid out by king Augustus II Mocny as a royal garden, who attached it to the Saxon Axis, a line of parks and palaces linking the western outskirts of Warsaw with the Vistula river, the Saxon Garden[…]

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Copernicus Science Center

The Copernicus Science Centre is the largest institution of its type in Poland and one of the most advanced ones in Europe. The Copernicus enables the visitors to carry out experiments and discover the laws of science for themselves, while interacting with robots, participating in quizzes, or e[…]

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Multimedia Fountain Park

Located between the Old Town and the Vistula River, the Multimedia Fountain Park is a feast for the senses. The water-light-sound show is held every Friday and Saturday from May to September (free admission) and it is an incredible outdoor experience, depicting some of the history and legends o[…]

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Warsaw University Library Roof Garden

Designed by the landscape architect Irena Bajerska, the Warsaw University Library Roof Garden opened in 2002 and displays a rich variety of plants, on a 30mm layer of soil. One of the largest and most beautiful roof gardens in Europe, providing sweeping views over river Vistula and Warsaw, it w[…]

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The Fryderyk Chopin Museum

Packed with priceless memorabilia of one of Poland’s most famous composer, the Fryderyk Chopin Museum is a journey to Chopin’s childhood, youth, and life after immigration. Among the more than 5.000 items, there are his hand casting, his death mask, a candy box, letters, drawings and dedication[…]

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Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is the only surviving part of the Saxon Palace that occupied that exact same spot before World War II. Since November 1925, the monument located at the Pilsudski Square houses the unidentified body of a young soldier who perished during the Defense of Lwów. Since[…]

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Palace of Culture and Science

Perhaps the most controversial building of Warsaw, the Palace of Culture and Science is still seen by many as a symbol of 45 years of Russian oppression after World War II. The 237 meters-high tower comprises 42 floors and opened in 1955 as an initiative of Joseph Stalin, who described the buil[…]

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The Neon Museum

One of the most colorful museums of Warsaw, the Neon Museum displays more than 200 light advertisements created after World War II, during the Communist era. This unique museum – the only one of its kind in Europe – is located at Soho Factory, a post-industrial building in which the Posisk ammu[…]

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The Royal Castle

More a palace than a castle, the massive brick building is one of the finest examples of the rebuilding process in Warsaw’s Old Town, after being burned and looted by the Nazi Germans following the invasion of Poland in 1939 and almost completely destroyed in 1944 after the failed Warsaw Uprisi[…]

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Castle Square – Old Town

A popular meeting point for locals and tourists, the Castle Square lays in front of the Royal Castle, the former official residence of many Polish rulers. The column at the center of this triangularly shaped square celebrates King Sigismund III Vasa, who in 1596 moved Poland’s capital from Crac[…]

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Si Ristorante & Cocktail Bar

Inspired by Italian cuisine, Si Ristorante & Cocktail Bar is located right by the Bank Square and offers a good range of homemade Italian specialties ranging from pizzas to pasta and other regional dishes. 3-course lunch sets are reasonably priced and the bar boasts an extensive cocktail l[…]

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Nowina

Completely different than the last place on our list, Nowina is one of the most beautiful wine bars in the city. Run by two sisters, this place is all about quality wine and tasty foods. Paulina and Stefania have made this bar extraordinary in every way. The design of Nowina was taken up by an […]

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Plan B

Always full of people, Plan B is exactly what the name tells you. If your night in the city doesn’t work out and if the party you are going to turns out to be not that go, there is always plan B. An interesting thing about this place that the staff hands out coca-cola paper cups to visitors who[…]

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Pacyfik Bar

Pacyfik Bar is a rather interesting bar in Warsaw. It is inspired by 80s Mexico city and is well-known for Mezcal and Tequila shots and cocktails. On the menu, expect to find homemade dishes like fire chicken tacos, guacamole, coleslaw, and warming soups. Try the West Pacific Bowl or order the […]

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PKP Powiśle

PKP Powiśle is situated inside a former ticket hall and is one of the busiest summer bars in the city. It is a great place to visit for travelers who wish to mingle with the locals and get away from all the hustle and bustle of the Warsaw city center. The easiest way to reach it is to reach the[…]

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Kraken Rum Bar

Kraken Rum Bar is about two things: rum and seafood! Located on the popular Ulica Poznańska, this place will probably remind you of those waterfront cafes in small seaside villages. This is probably because of the interior which resembles a fisherman’s house. The seafood here is reasonably pric[…]

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Paloma

Situated inside the Museum of Modern Art, Paloma is one of those up-and-coming bars in Warsaw that everyone seems to be talking about nowadays. Besides hosting numerous cultural events, Paloma offers vegetarian and vegan dishes, as well as a few fish options. The fish tacos are amazing and quin[…]

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Tęcza od Kuchni

One of the newest additions to the Warsaw restaurant scene is the fabulous Tęcza od Kuchni (The Rainbow). Situated inside a former cinema, the restaurant offers an extensive menu with delicacies like gnocchi with spinach and blue cheese, and asparagus with rice and lemon sauce. Spaghetti with s[…]

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Bibenda

Travelers who wish to enjoy modern Polish cooking should definitely pay a visit to Bibenda. A restaurant with a laid-back atmosphere and a nice interior, Bibenda offers a short menu which includes tapas-style dishes including favorites such as duck pate, lamb kofta, sweet potato sauce with lime[…]

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Bulldog English Pub

Many locals say how the Bulldog English Pub is probably the only real English pub in the city. From satellite television that shows football, basketball, boxing and many other sports to three English ales on tap and a variety of bottled beers, it’s easy to see why Bulldog English Pub is such a […]

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Art. Bistro Światło

Art. Bistro Światło is a fine dining establishment where Grzegorz Dudek is the main chef who prepares a variety of delicious breakfast foods, hot starters, soups, main dishes, and desserts. Order vanilla porridge with plum jam for breakfast or go for the tasty crayfish soup before trying mains […]

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SAM City

SAM City can be found just a short walk from the Grzybowski Square in the center of Warsaw. This modern bistro is an ideal place to have breakfast before a business meeting and offers a wide range of options ranging from eggs on toast and freshly-made bagels to salads and sandwiches. The interi[…]

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SAM Powiśle

Located right next to the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw, SAM Powiśle is a popular breakfast spot with a large communal table where hundreds of both locals and tourists come to taste homemade foods each day. Here, you will find fresh bread, sandwiches, salads, as well as Viennese eggs, sal[…]

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SAM Żoliborz

With three locations in the city, SAM is a combination of bakeries, delicatessen, and restaurants. One of the newest branches is SAM Żoliborz where you will find plenty of breakfast options, as well as farm cheeses, olives, meats, and much more. They have a nice aesthetic garden where you can e[…]

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Optique Butik

The last shop on this list is a place that houses a large selection of optical frames and sunglasses. Expect to see some of the most fashionable models, as well as a range of optical services such as free vision test and professional advice on how to select the best sunglasses. Here, you will f[…]

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Dom Roślin

In need of some exotic potted plants? Dom Roślin is the place you want to check out. They sell those types of elaborate house plants that you are quite difficult to find in other stores in Warsaw. Some of these plants are believed to relieve people from their allergies and asthma problems. Loca[…]

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Italux

If you need lighting, Italux has been in the business for more than 25 years. They work with hundreds of companies all around Europe and including designers, lighting stores, and market chains. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that Italux is the best place in Warsaw to shop for everything fro[…]

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Marlu Butik

Travelers who wish to get stylish clothes can drop by the Marlu Butik in Warsaw. This luxury boutique for women makes clothes which were worn by some of the biggest names in the show business including Anna Lewandowska, Małgorzata Rozenek, Agnieszka Dygant, Julia Wieniawa, Anna Dereszowska, Mar[…]

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Lodz Tour

Lodz developed in the 14th century. Until the beginnings of 19th century it was still an agricultural town but since the first textile complex called Nowe Miasto was built in 1823,it started its rapid growth to finally become the Polish textile industry with population over 800,000 people today[…]

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Warsaw Jewish Tour

Would you like to see Warsaw from a different point of view? Between the 19th century and the beginning of World War II, this city used to be considered as the most important city of European Jewish culture. You can take a special version of the city tour dedicated to sites related to Warsaw’s […]

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Chopin Warsaw Tour

Fryderyk Chopin (1810 – 1849) was the greatest and most talented Polish composer of all times. His music became famous around the world and is admired today by thousands of people across the globe. We offer you special tour dedicated to sites related to his life. On our way you will visit: most[…]

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Poland Incentive Travel

Besides sightseeing tours, hotel reservations, transfers etc. we are also able to organize incentive travel programs in Poland. Let us just give you two short examples of events we offer during the stay of incentive groups in Krakow: 1) We go on a whole day trip to Pieniny Mountains National Pa[…]

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Pilgrimage to Poland

We organize many pilgrimages to Poland for groups and individuals every year. We can help you with all kind of arrangements from finding suitable accommodation to booking Holy Masses in chosen churches. We give ideas for itineraries to meet expectations of our clients and always adjust every pa[…]

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Warsaw City Tour

Are you looking for a sightseeing tour of Warsaw – the capital city of Poland? Then you have come to the right place. Our unique city tour of Warsaw not only costs 140 PLN per person, but is also arguably the most comfortable offer. You are going to see all the most iconic places, that made thi[…]

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Tatamka Hostel

Tatamka Hostel is located in the centre of Warsaw and can accommodate up to 90 people in rooms with varying occupancy at reasonable rates. The location of the hostel is one of its many assets, right beside the Chopin Museum and a leisurely walk to the Old Town or National Stadium. Nearby is als[…]

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Tolek Hostel

Are you bored of hostels, where you can find just a bed, a wardrobe and a bathroom? Expect from the place where you stayed, more than just an accommodation? Are you active? Do you love movement on the fresh air surrounded by the nature? Bustling city overwhelm you? If you are looking for a quie[…]

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