There's something to satisfy every desire in Warsaw. From history in the Old Town and post-war architectural gems of Mokotow and Zoliborz to the flourishing arts scene of Praga and 82 city parks.
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Local Tip Climb up to the viewing platform next to St Anna's Church. You will see the Old Town and much further from bird-view perspective and will have fine platform to shot decent photos of the capital.
Local Tip Ideally located, comfort zone at Marriot's Hotel Holmes Place.
Warsaw, the capital of Poland, is well-known for landmarks such as The Palace of Science and Culture and the Old Town but there is a green side to...more »
From November 11th-22nd 2013, world leaders came together for the Nineteenth Session of the Conference of the Parties to the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), known less formally...more »
As Warsaw is the capital city of Poland, it should come as no surprise this is the city with the biggest growth and investment in Poland. Many...more »
Orange Warsaw Festival is one of the most important musical events in the capital. Every year the organizers are trying to prepare a party full of new sounds, music discoveries and world-class artists. This year we will have opportunity to see: Big Sean, Muse, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Paloma Faith, Papa Roach, Crystal Fighters,... more »
"I see my path, but I don't know where it leads. Not knowing where I'm going is what inspires me to travel it" - Rosalia de Castro