To get a real feel for the various sights, sounds and textures of Warsaw, step out and explore surrounding areas like Zoliborz, Zabki, and Marki.
To really understand Warsaw, take a trip to one of its fabulous cultural destinations. Visit the interactive and traditional museums and collections in Zacheta, Chopin Museum and the Marie Curie Museum. Go and see a live show at the National Theatre.
If you are searching for family activities head to the various child-friendly attractions. Take the kids to a trip to Warsaw Zoo, and get a glimpse of some unique wildlife.
If the sun is shining, follow the locals and make the most of the nearby parks and reserves. When Mother Nature beckons, visit Fountain Park, one of the places where locals come to spend time outdoors.
To really get a feel for the area, stop at some of the local sights such as the Tomb of Unknown Soldier, the St. John's Cathedral and the Old Town Square. These spots are much-loved by locals and tourists alike. To learn about the role of faith in Warsaw, pay a visit to the area’s most important religious sites, such as the Holy Cross Church, the St. Anne's Church and the Church of Holy Spirit. For history lovers, the region’s bygone days can still be experienced at Royal Castle, Krasinski Palace and the Palace of the Four Winds.
Head to the Old Town Market Place and the Wilenska Railway and Carrefour for a satisfying dose of retail therapy.
Finding somewhere suitable to rest your head in Targowek is a breeze. Check out the rooms and rates at the Hotel Bristol, A Luxury Collection Hotel, the Sofitel Warsaw Victoria, or the Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw.