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The capital of Poland was rebuilt after World War II and continues to grow, with a flourishing arts scene and a mix of old and modern architecture.
Srodmiescie is a historic area that's popular for its cafés. The area's charm comes through with its rich culture. For a taste of the local culture, you can check out the museums and monuments.
Centrum is a welcoming neighborhood.
A historic neighborhood, Old Town is known for being romantic and walkable, while offering convenient options for cafés and restaurants. For a taste of the local culture, you can check out the monuments and museums.
Muranow is a historic, walkable area with convenient options for restaurants. The area has many appealing features, among them its friendly people.
Known for being walkable and upscale, Nowe Miasto is a historic area with a great selection of restaurants. The area has many charming qualities, its friendly people among the more noteworthy.
A historic area, Wola offers a variety of options for cafés and coffee shops.
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A former royal residence, this stately building is now home to a fine collection of historic artwork and furniture.
Join Warsaw’s local residents for an afternoon strolling along shady paths and watching scampering squirrels in this beautiful public park.
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Uncovering why local markets are one of the best ways to spend an afternoon in Europe