The Heart of Poland.
A remarkable city built on hardship and history, Warsaw is now one of Europe's fastest-growing locations.
Make Warsaw the first stop on your trip.
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Warsaw is the largest city in Poland, and its capital. The composer Chopin is one of the city's most famous sons. Warsaw was almost completely destroyed during WWII. But a significant investment boom in the last few years has rejuvenated the city. It is quickly becoming a tourist-friendly destination. The historic center of Warsaw is an exception on UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage List. It's the only urban complex almost entirely rebuilt after WWII to earn a spot on the list. This shows the world community's great appreciation.
Despite its past, Warsaw has a lively art scene. That's why it's called the country's cultural capital. Theaters, cinemas and museums and galleries contribute to Warsaw's rich cultural offerings. Warsaw never slows down. There are events and festivals of music, art, film and theater throughout the year. Warsaw also has a progressive culinary scene. There's a variety of restaurants and cafes, and a thriving nightlife. Warsaw is a highlight of any vacation in Poland. Hotels in Warsaw are comfortable and well-equipped. We recommend a visit, between stops in other cities like Krakow and Gdansk.
Average guest ratings of our Warsaw vacation packages: (4.8/5 based on 4 reviews)
"Jay and the team responded promptly to my requests, with complete information. Their in-depth local knowledge, unique hotel choices, recommendations on things to do, tours, scheduling all added up to a great vacation."
Jim & Kathleen
San Francisco, CA
“Perfect organization and execution. Great services and well chosen tours that are interesting and exciting. Comfortable, reliable, fulfilling and stress-free travel. Great balance between touring and free time in each place. One of the best trips that we will always remember.”
Vesna & Snezana
Where to stay in Warsaw
There's no real single city center of Warsaw as the attractions are scattered around so picking the best place will depend on what you want to see and do in Warsaw. Most of our recommended hotels are to be found in the Old Town but we also have some options located in the new part of the city, close to the famous Palace of Culture and Science. Once we start preparing your customized itinerary we will present our recommended options for you to select from.
Things to do in Warsaw
While in Warsaw we can arrange any specific tours to meet your needs, usually as private tour. Warsaw is a city where a local guide will come in handy as the sights of Warsaw are spread out and often not so easy to find on your own. It is a city that on the surface may not appeal to the eye but you will find Warsaw has a lot to offer and our favorite tour in the city concentrates on the 20th century history of the city, the effects of WWII and how the communist era shaped it. It is a city full or culture, there always seems to be a variety of events going on throughout the year. You do not want to miss a visit to the Royal Mile, Old Town and the Palace of Culture. When we send you your customized itinerary you will be able to choose additional excursions to included in your vacation package or consider for adding later.
SabinaTrip Planner and Accommodation Expert
What I love about Warsaw...
“I love Warsaw for being not only the administrative capital of Poland but also for being the modern cultural capital of Poland. All of the amazing museums, the theathers, the musicals, the concerts - there is no other place like this in Poland. ”
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