Holidays to Warsaw
A city that wears its history well, Warsaw is sure to impress as you journey from its colourful and bustling centre to its diverse and sprawling neighbourhoods. While you're marvelling at the museums and landmarks on every corner, Warsaw also invites you to indulge in Poland's leading restaurant and entertainment scene. As a city that survived near total devastation during World War II, it has an unstoppable spirit and an appreciation for the lighter side of life.
This Baroque museum celebrates 19th Century composer Chopin. Head to the private listening booths to educate your ears.
History of Polish Jews Museum
Follow the 1000 year journey of Jewish people in Poland through multimedia exhibits and an interactive audio guide.
Old Town Market Square
The historic centre remains a social hub with busy cafes and tourist-friendly street performers.
Al fresco concerts are popular during the summer in these lovely city gardens. Look out for the park's native peacocks.
The pasta-like parcels with savoury or sweet fillings make an ideal snack or sharing plate, served on most Polish menus.
Bigos is recognised as Poland's national dish. This tasty stew mixes fermented cabbage with game and vegetables.
Beer aficionados will be spoiled for choice at this bar, boasting an unrivalled selection of Polish and European beers.
OSP Saska Kepa
This popular bar has a welcoming local ambiance and serves up a great selection of regionally brewed beers.
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