Visit Warsaw

Discover all the things to do in Warsaw

Poland’s thriving capital has a lot to offer. Everywhere you look, the jumble of architectural styles, from Gothic to Communist-era concrete,  modern glass and steel reminds visitors of the city’s tumultuous yet fascinating history.  Warsaw is also a capital that looks to the future, with a hip bar and restaurant scene and endless events, from classical concerts that pay homage to Poland’s very own Chopin, to internationally renowned music festivals. With stunning parks and open spaces, not to mention the Royal Łazienki Park – a stone’s throw from the Regent Warsaw – interesting museums and royal palaces, this affordable city has something for everybody.

Here are some of Warsaw’s highlights…

The Old Town and Royal Castle

The Royal Castle, dating back to 1619, is now a fascinating museum and venue for official visits and international meetings. 

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Royal Łazienki Park

Established in the 18th century by King Stanisław August Poniatowski, this park and palace complex features numerous classical-style monuments and hosts many cultural, scientific, entertainment and sports events. 

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Copernicus Science Center 

Opened in 2005 to promote modern science, it is the biggest science centre in Poland and one of the largest in Europe.

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Warsaw Uprising Museum 

The Warsaw Uprising Museum was opened in 2004 on the 60th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising, which broke out on 1 August, 1944. 

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Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews

Designed by a team of 120 historians and museum experts, The Museum of the History of Polish Jews, opened in 2013, presents the one-thousand-year history of Judaism in Poland. 

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Nicknamed the Phoenix City, Warsaw seamlessly embraces tradition with international flair. 

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If you are looking to step away from the hustle and bustle of city life, or perhaps even to dive right into it, Warsaw offers countless leisure activities for its guests, including various spas, tranquil parks, activities such as walking and biking tours and much more.

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This culturally rich capital not only gives visitors a chance to sample everything that Poland has to offer, to dive into its often tragic yet equally astounding past and to experience all that is hip and on-trend, but it also welcomes its visitors to celebrate Polish traditions and culture at their best. 

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