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There is no such thing as a dry season in Warsaw, so pack your umbrella! The city's climate is humid all year round, with relatively mild summers and snowy winter months. It can also get quite crowded in the summer, with most people visiting the city between April and October. Spring and autumn are both cool enough for enjoyable city breaks and family holidays.
Hotels in Old Town will put you close to Warsaw’s main tourist attractions, making them ideal for families and groups. Stroll round Lazienki Królewskie (5km away), immerse yourself in history at the Museum of the History of Polish Jews (1.8km away) or visit the harrowing Ghetto Wall Remnant (3.5km away) that lies among the area’s picturesque 18th-century-style houses. Old Town’s young crowd gather around Plac Zbawiciela, where you can explore cool boutiques by day and chic bars like Plan B and Pulp Fiction Shot Bar by night.Couples looking for a quieter break should choose a hotel in Mokotow, as the residential area has plenty of green spaces like Park Morskie Oko and Czerniakowskie Lake nature reserve. Shopping lovers will find Galeria Mokotow within 15 minutes’ drive, where they can discover local designer stores like Lidia Kalita. Mokotow is within a 25-minute drive of central attractions like the Royal Castle, making it a great residential base from which to explore the city. However, it’s also a great base for young groups, as the neighbourhood is where you’ll find legendary nightclubs like Dekada.Young groups should look at hotels near Praga, where they’ll find some of Warsaw’s best art and music venues. The edgy working-class neighbourhood is an artistic hub and the perfect antidote to the City Centre’s tourist hot-spot. Visit the Neon Museum in the uber-cool Soho Factory complex or check out lively bars like W Oparach Absurdu to experience the district’s highlights. Warsaw’s central Old Town is just 20 minutes’ away via public transport.

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