Warsaw Pocket Guide

Images Of Warsaw

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

  • 70%


    They have good shots!

    The old town and the museums of Warsaw was quite lovely, but there was not much more truthfully. Except that they have really cheap alcohols and good flavoured vodkas to try for!

    Insider Tip:Try out do dna! They have great shots!

  • 100%


    Nice place

    I really like Warsaw, and I will come back there soon :)) There are so many nice people.... miss them

  • 90%


    Awesome City

    Warsaw is a nice city where you can visit Poland mostly from 1945. There are few other old historic sites however much of them were destroyed in WWII. As you step in at city center a huge sky scraper attracts you which is a Place of culture gifted by Russia to Poland. You can enjoy calm riverside which is accessible by many trams and buses from city center. The old city is also accessible by trams and buses and this is always a happening place on weekends. Palace on Isle is a must see place.

  • 70%


    Little Moscow

    Old town was rebuilt but has no soul left. It's just a tourist trap. The locals claim to hate the Soviet heritage although it's the most interesting part of the town. A lot of ugly modern skyscrappers ruining the skyline. All in all - like Moscow on a much smaller scale.

    Insider Tip:The People's museum is not too large and very nice. Awesome Gothic department and unique Sudanese stuff. And it's 1 zloty if you're a student. The Jewish cemetery is a good place if you need to think alone in peace and quiet - it's like an overgrown forest of trees and tombstones. But it's 10 zloty.

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    Lovely City

    I really love Poland, I missed my flight so wish I had a bit more time here! The Old Town is lovely and the locals are so friendly!

    Insider Tip:The free walking tour was quite good.

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