For a real insiders view of Warsaw, pull on some comfortable shoes and explore nearby areas such as Zoliborz, Lomianki, and Pruszkow.
Izabelin has a number of museums, exhibits and show venues within easy reach that allow visitors to really get a feel for the area. There are plenty of excellent places visitors can pay a visit to for a few hours such as the Warsaw Uprising Museum, Zacheta and the Marie Curie Museum. Experience local and touring artists performing live at the National Theatre.
If you are looking for family fun, head to the children’s attractions. Take pictures, walk past the many exhibits and learn about animal biodiversity at Warsaw Zoo.
When it’s time to take a break from the noisy streets of Warsaw, visit the nearby outdoor areas. Take some time out to soak up some sunshine in public parks and gardens such as Fountain Park.
Warsaw has a number of noteworthy places to see including Warsaw Ghetto, the Tomb of Unknown Soldier and the St. John's Cathedral. Visitors with a passion for religious history will appreciate the care and devotion that has gone into creating the St. Anne's Church, the Church of Holy Spirit and Carmelite Church. The Warsaw area features some evocative reminders of the past; don’t miss Royal Castle, Krasinski Palace and the Palace of the Four Winds.
Find the perfect accessory, grab a bite to eat or just enjoy the atmosphere at nearby fashion hotspots such as Zlote Tarasy, the Old Town Market Place and the Arkadia Shopping Mall.
When the snow falls in Izabelin, grab your wooly hat and skis and hit the fresh powder at ski fields such as the Szczesliwice Ski Slope.
At the end of a busy day enjoying the charms of Izabelin, stay the night in one of the area’s popular hotels or serviced apartments. The Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre, the Westin Warsaw and the Radisson Blu Centrum Hotel, Warsaw are among the best places to stay while you are enjoying this special area.