Warsaw, Poland: complete city guide
Warsaw attractions fit all travelers needs. You travel solo or with family or maybe want to organize a hen party - there are lots of things to do in Warsaw
Polish legends: Warsaw Mermaid
Legend from Warszawa (Warsaw), the capital city of Poland. Once upon a time there was a sea mermaid who got lost and swam up the Wisła (Vistula) River. After a long journey she decided to take a re…
This Is My 72 Hours In Warsaw, Poland
Traveling to Warsaw has been in my must-do travel bag for years now. I remembered learning about the tragic history of the citizens of Warsaw as a teen and then, later, having the chance to befriend and spend a lot of time with someone from Warsaw who often told me “you would love it there.” In college, I dabbled with the idea of becoming an art conservationist and in my studies, we went over the massive reconstruction job that was the old town of Warsaw.
Edition 130: Warsaw, Poland
They don’t call it the Phoenix City for nothing. Before World War II, Warsaw was revered as one of the world’s most beautiful cities. After being razed during the fighting, it rose from the ashes and reemerged as a global destination. Though often overlooked for the likes of Rome and Berlin, Poland’s capital and largest city still burns bright.
The 7 Best Cities in Poland You Have to Visit
The seven best cities in Poland you have to visit feature Poland attractions of historical significance, classic architecture, and even white sand beaches.
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3 Days in Warsaw: The Perfect Warsaw Itinerary | Road Affair
Spending 3 days in Warsaw? Our ultimate Warsaw itinerary is all you need to plan a perfect trip, from what to see and do, where to stay, and how to get around.
POLAND, WARSAW: ROYAL PALACE
June 27, 2019 Old Town Market Square, where we were staying in Warsaw, is only a block from the beginning of Castle Square, which is the starting point for the Royal Route, a 7-mile road that leads from the Royal Castle to King Jan III Sobieski's 17th-century personal residence. A main artery of the city, it is chock-full of things to see. The first thing we noticed when we entered Castle Square was a 72-foot-tall column topped by a statue of King Sigismund II of Vasa, who moved Poland's…
Visit National Museum, Warsaw
The National Museum in Warsaw is the biggest art museum in the Polish capital. It houses collections of Polish and foreign art, from ancient to contemporary times. It is the best place to get an overview of the Polish art history located in the central part of the city.
17 More Great Photos of Warsaw, Poland
Poland and Warsaw are becoming more popular travel destination recently!Check out these Warsaw photos, which will inspire you to travel to Warsaw!