Warsaw Pocket Guide

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Warsaw, the capital of Poland and the country's largest city, is divided into a number of different districts including Sródmiescie, Wola, Praga and more. Many of the city's historical gems were destroyed during WWII, but lots have since been restored. You can see some of the best examples of these in Stare Miasto, the city's Old Town. Not just a city of museums and churches, Warsaw also boasts a vibrant nightlife with a great selection of restaurants, bars and clubs.

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  • Cheap Eats Find out where to go for the best 'pierogi' (dumplings) and much more.
  • Don't Miss Here we provide information on some of the most popular attractions in the city of Warsaw.
  • Warsaw for Free While visiting this Polish city, you'll find lots of great things to do that won't cost a thing.
  • A Day in Warsaw... Learn how we spent the ultimate day in Poland's capital city

Warsaw City Reviews

  • 80%


    Review on Warsaw

    old but still developing city, various and enjoyable cuisines, the royal palace is amazing, people are eager to enjoy culture when seeing the national museum is so crowded

    Insider Tip:the royal palace is free of charge on sundays assumably

  • 70%


    Interesting City for Exploring

    We went to the Warsaw rising museum at the beginning of our trip and found it very interesting to see the city after having learned about the key locations associated with the rising. There are lots of free walking tours that take you around different parts of the city.

    Insider Tip:Great public transport through the city!

  • 100%


    Lovely city

    Polish people will say that Warsaw is a ugly city. Don't trust them. Although the city was totally rebuilt after the war, there are a lot of lovely places to go. Street art everywhere and great restaurants. Don't forget to try the Polish Vodka too!

    Insider Tip:Do go to the parks in the south of the city! It's worth going!

  • 80%


    Communism is over, and Warsaw is first-class European city

    As somebody who grew up in USSR i know how hard it is to break with the past. After visiting Warsaw in 2001 i am happy to report that city have changed a lot -- and for the better. The only exception is cheap accomodation - everything else offers good value, especially if you would stick to national cousine, public transport and avoid taxis without meters. I only wish English would be spoken by everybody, but this also have improved dramatically.

    Insider Tip:Must see: a garden on top of library next to University building (forgot the street but locals know it.) It is free, there are great views and you can buy a coffee downstairs.

  • 80%


    Big, touristic city - but Krakow is better

    The city is way bigger than Krakow, very touristic and interesting. Nevertheless, it's not as interesting and fascinating as Krakow.

    Insider Tip:The free walking tours are a very good deal!

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