I saw Warsaw

At the mention of Warsaw, does your mind conjure the black and white photos of a decimated and war-torn city from the WWII section your history textbook? If so, you are in for a pleasant surprise.  Known as the Phoenix City for its ability to rise from its own ashes, Warsaw has become a sprawling and vibrant city with architecture that tells its story—that of its ability to stand resilient in the face of danger, to overcome any threat, and rebuild to a better and brighter future. In essence, it is a city of hope, of dreams, and of freedom.

  • WALK/BIKE AND BUS THROUGH THE ROYAL ROUTE
  • STROLL THROUGH THE OLD TOWN AND THE OLD “NEW” TOWN
  • CHECK OUT THE RESTING PLACE OF A HEART
  • LISTEN TO INTERNATIONAL PIANISTS PLAY CHOPIN
  • WONDER AT THE FUSION OF TWO CULTURES IN THE WILANOW PALACE
  • ENJOY POLISH MEALS AT THE MILK BARS
  • FILL YOUR BELLY WITH TASTY PIEROGI, A ZAPIEKANKA OR ENJOY PACZKI
  • CHECK OUT THE MUSEUMS DOTTING THE CITY, CATERING TO YOUR PREFERENCES
  • GO TO THE TOP OF PALACE OF CULTURE AND SCIENCE
  • STOP AND SMELL THE FLOWERS IN THE GARDEN OF THE LIBRARY
  • WANDER THROUGH COBBLESTONE STREETS OF WARSAW’S PRAGA, A TRENDY AND HIPSTER DISTRICT
  • RELAX AT THE RIVERFRONT
  • ENJOY NATURE
14 THINGS TO DO IN WARSAW, POLAND
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