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Novotel Warszawa Centrum
0.05 Miles from the centre of Warsaw
Poland’s capital and largest city is located on the banks of the Vistula River. Rich in history, Warsaw is home to a plethora of architectural styles and with the Old Town being a UNESCO world heritage site, there is plenty to discover.
A good way to see Warsaw is on foot. Warsaw4U offer guided walking tours of this iconic city with walks around the Old Town, Jewish Warsaw, Communist Warsaw and Alternative Warsaw. Tours last from a couple of hours to a full day depending on your preference.
Housed in Poland’s tallest building, the Soviet-inspired Palace of Culture and Science is a focal point of the city and a must-see. Explore its two museums, the Museum of Evolution and the Museum of Technology, and take the lift to the 30th-floor terrace for a panoramic view of the city.
The imposing royal castle is located on the entrance to the Old Town and houses interesting temporary and permanent exhibitions to browse with many paintings on display. Take a tour around the castle and discover what it was like to live as part of the Polish monarchy.
The Warsaw Uprising Museum is dedicated to the uprising of 1944. This magnificent museum houses hundreds of artefacts such as weapons, photographs and personal accounts, over several floors, giving visitors an informative insight to life under German occupation.
The POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews offers a stark reminder of Poland’s past. Situated on a former Warsaw Ghetto, this spacious museum has eight interactive galleries celebrating the history of Jews in Poland. Witness what it was like to live on a Jewish street and live as a Jew during the Holocaust.
One of the largest museums in Poland, the National Museum is home to a rich collection of ancient Polish and foreign art including paintings from Adolf Hitler. Admission is free with around 830,000 works of art to browse.
Łazienki Park, which translates to ‘Royal Baths Park’, is a beautiful baroque park. Enjoy a carefree stroll around its grounds and see the stunning Łazienki Palace in all its glory.
Saxon Park is the city’s oldest park and an ideal place to have a picnic, preferably by the elaborately carved fountain. See the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and explore the adjacent Pilsudski Square.
Food and drink
Warsaw has become very cosmopolitan in recent times so it is easy to find cuisine from around the globe including the centrally located Bistro de Paris and Il Cavaliere. For a warm welcome and attentive service, Dom Polksi doesn’t disappoint, serving Polish dishes at reasonable prices.
If you fancy a tipple, head to Wejman Wine Bar. A good choice of wines from Europe (including Polish wine) and the New World are available and staff are very knowledgeable about your choices.
There is a lot of choice in Warsaw hotels and accommodation for all budgets. These range from luxury hotels to more basic bed and breakfasts, as well as hostels.
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