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Warsaw trip planner is the digital agenda for your trip to the historic polish capital. The itineraries our page offer a full package of the top attractions, things to do, restaurants events and tours in Warsaw. The plans in the page are flexible so the travelers can change them and adjust to their tastes and preferences.

 

The Polish capital Warsaw proudly stands on the Vistula River. It is amazing to follow how the city managed to recover its architecture and heritage after the Nazi bombings of 1944. They targeted Warsaw's most prominent cultural monuments. Nowadays, almost every building in Warsaw is of postwar era, a copy of the original. Very little remains of the old architectural constructions. However, from Gothic churches and Baroque-style castles to Stalin architecture buildings and modern skyscrapers you can witness the long and turbulent history of Poland.


Start your Warsaw tour from the true heart of Warsaw, the Old Town ior Stare Mesto. Today it is full restaurants, cafes and shops built in late-Renaissance style. In the surrounding streets of the Old Town you'll find the most important historical attractions you need to see in Warsaw. Those are the Castle Square and Canon Square, St. John's Cathedral, the Barbican and the old city walls.


Honor city's residents that have fought and died in Polish independence war at Warsaw Uprising Museum. The exhibition represents the war and fighting, as well as daily routine of Warsaw people during the 1944 fight. It is an interesting and interactive historical experience for people who value the past.

Warsaw is even more appealing destination for people who appreciate classical music. It is home town to renowned composer Frederic Chopin. Visit the Chopin museum to witness the largest collections of Chopin memorabilia all over the world. The highlight of exhibitions is the after-death face mask of Chopin and a cast of his left hand.

 

Plan a visit to Warsaw at any season of the year as both summer and winter temperatures are soft.

 

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The Warsaw Old Town is the oldest part of the city. It is locally know as Stare Miasto. The Old Town is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in Warsaw. Warsaw Old Town combines the historical heritage of the city. The district has been inhabited for almost 1000 years, since 13th century.

Lazienki - Royal Residence Park

Lazienki Park is the largest park in the center of the Polish capital. Lazienki Park means "Baths Park" or "Royal Baths Park" in Polish. The park dates back to 17th century, when it was constructed as a baths park for a nobleman. In 18th century Lazienki became a royal complex with palaces, villas and monuments. In 1918 Lazienki became a public park.

Warsaw Uprising Museum

Warsaw Uprising Museum honors city's residents that have fought and died in Polish independence war. The exhibition represents the war and fighting, as well as daily routine of Warsaw people during the 1944 fight. It is an interesting and interactive historical experience for people who value the past.

Old Town Market Square

Old Town Square Market is the historical center of Warsaw since 13th century. During the Second World War the Square was blown up by the Nazis. It was rebuilt afterwards. It is locally known as Rynek Starego Miasta. Today you can find here restaurants, cafes and shops with local cuisine and souvenirs.

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Hampton by Hilton Warsaw City Centre

Enjoying prime location in the centre of Warsaw, Hampton by Hilton Warsaw City Centre is within a few steps of Warszawa Centralna Train Station, Złote Tarasy Shopping Centre and Palace of Culture and Science. It offers air conditioned accommodation with free broadband WiFi and access to a modern gym....

Hampton by Hilton Warsaw Airport

Hampton by Hilton Warsaw Airport is located 1 km from the Warsaw Chopin Airport and 6 km from the city centre, in the business district of Warsaw. It offers rooms with high speed WiFi and access to a 24-hour fitness centre and business centre included in the price. Every room in Hampton by Hilton...

Holiday Inn Express Warsaw Airport

Holiday Inn Express Warsaw Airport is located an 8-minute drive from the airport and offers elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi and a private bathroom with heated floors. There is a 24-hour front desk service. Each room at the Holiday Inn is air-conditioned and includes satellite TV. There is also an...

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Warsaw

Surrounded by a picturesque historic park with a pond and jogging trails, 4-star DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Warsaw is located in a quiet area of Warsaw, 11 km from the centre of the city. Complimentary high speed WiFi access is available, as well as complimentary outdoor parking....

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City Sightseeing Warsaw Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

See the best of Warsaw at your own pace on this City Sightseeing hop-on and hop-off, double-decker bus tour. You can see the city’s top attractions with tour stops that include Bank Square, Warsaw's Royal Castle, Old Town and much more! Hop on and off at any of the 10 stops as many times as you like...

Half Day City Sightseeing Tour of Warsaw

Travel with the experts on the City Sightseeing Tour of Warsaw and let them show you famous landmarks, cultural centers and busy market squares. During the sightseeing tour of Warsaw you will gain a general impression of Poland's capital. By bus you pass the Royal Route with its aristocratic...

Private Tour: Warsaw City Sightseeing by Retro Fiat

See Warsaw’s top sights and more on this informative 4-hour private tour by retro Fiat 125p. Chauffeured by a private driver-guide, board an über-hip, communist-era Fiat and explore the city’s must-sees, including the Old Town, Castle Square and Soviet-period architecture. Choose to add a museum...

Private Tour: Warsaw's Jewish Heritage by Retro Fiat

Trace the story of Warsaw’s Jewish community on this 4-hour private tour, by chauffeured vintage Fiat 125p. With insightful running commentary from your driver-guide, board your car and explore the World War II Jewish Ghetto district to visit the Ghetto Wall, Nożyk Synagogue, Jewish Cemetery and,...

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