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Royal Castle

Royal Castle

The long history and the iconic appearance make Royal castle one of the most recognized landmarks of Poland. It was totally destroyed by the Germans during the WWII. The current castle is a copy of the original and is filled with work of art and period furniture. The main attractions are the Great Apartment, The House of Parliament, Lanckoroński Collection and the glorious Assembly Hall.

Warsaw Uprising Museum

Warsaw Uprising Museum

This is one of the best museums in Warsaw that showcases the heroic yet doomed history of the uprising of the city after the German Occupation in 1944. The exhibits are displayed in three levels, personal accounts, photographs and film archives. The displays are so realistic that they make the visitors feel the desperation of the people of that era when they were trying to oppose the forced occupation and visualize the dark outcome of the effort including the destruction of the city by the Germans.

Warsaw Zoo

Warsaw Zoo

Warsaw Zoo is a scientific zoo spread across an area of 40 hectares and entertains around 1,000,000 visitors every year. There are nearly 4200 animals from around 500 species living in this zoo. The zoo has a history of being the savior of Jews and escapees from the Warsaw Ghetto during WW II. Hundreds of Jews were kept hidden inside the zoo premises by the Zookeepers Jan and Antonina Zabinski and saved from getting killed by the Germans.

Old Town

Old Town

This is the oldest part of Warsaw and one of the most prominent tourist destinations. The Old Town Market Place is the heart of the old town with upscale restaurants, shops and cafes. The streets surrounding the place are rich in medieval architectures such as the Barbican, the city walls and St. John's Cathedral.

Travelling to Warsaw, Poland

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Warsaw stands on the Vistula River and is the capital city of Poland. The rich and beautiful Warsaw has not always been like this. The city was totally destroyed during the WWII but it proved to be a fighter and reconstructed itself from the scratch. This resulted in converting it into an architectural masterpiece with mesmerizing landmarks and neighborhoods. The restaurants and the entertainment scene of Warsaw are believed to be the best in entire Poland. Here you can enjoy a lavish dinner at affordable prices and chill at clubs and bars of your choice. It is among the top tourist destinations and the political, cultural, and economic hub of Poland.

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Warsaw Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

You can buy tickets offline and online both to travel around the city. To get best deals and offers, you can purchase tickets from this website.

How To Get Around?

The integrated public transport System of Warsaw comprises metro lines, trams and buses. The ticket system is the same for all. Tickets are to be purchased before boarding the vehicle and can be purchased from newsstands, post offices, some hotels and metro stations. A number of prices and packages are available as per the need of traveler. A single ticket costs 3.40zl and is valid for 20 minutes. For longer journeys, there are tickets that are valid for up to 90 mins. Warsaw can also be travelled through taxis and rented cars and bikes.

What Should I Wear?

People of Warsaw love to dress up, especially women in their twenties. Carry a pair of sleek, dark pants for all occasions. For a casual look, skirts are most appropriate, especially when touring churches. A white blouse is a must-have along with some casual tops, shorts and t-shirts. Packing a pair of sturdy shoes and a raincoat is a good idea while travelling in any season.

Warsaw Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Warsaw is from June to August. This is the peak tourist season as the temperature is pleasant with a lot of seasonal activities to take up. The hotel prices and flight tickets are very high during summers. In case you are looking for some peace and cheaper tariffs, you can visit the place in November.


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Will I Need a Guide?

With all the information provided on this website, a guide is not required.

How To Get There?

Warsaw can be reached by flight, train, bus and taxi. The Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is the main Airport of Warsaw that handles most of its international as well as domestic flights. This lies at a distance of 10 km from the city. 35 km away from the city lies the Warsaw Modlin Airport that takes care of budget carriers, which include frequent flights from the UK. Shuttles, buses, and taxis can take you to any part of Poland from here.

Additional Info

Do not carry valuables. The ones you have must be kept in safe deposits boxes in your hotels. Beware of pickpockets in the crowded tourist areas and public transports. Keep all your cash and cellphones in an inside pocket of your bag.