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Discover Warsaw

Individual districts of Warsaw are distinguished by their specific atmosphere and rich tourist offer. Spending some time in Warsaw’s Praga, you will feel the authentic atmosphere of an intercultural melting pot, taste the delicacies of various cuisines around the world and get acquainted with the innovative art of young Polish artists. While walking around the capital, visit:

The Royal Castle

The symbol of Warsaw was created in the 14th century and was originally the seat of the Dukes of Mazovia. During its long history, it was rebuilt many times, but also devastated, and completely destroyed during World War II. Rebuilt in the 1980s, it was entered, together with the Old Town, on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Check out more information .

Warsaw Rising Museum

By operating light, sound and image, using modern technologies, and guiding visitors through dark channels, the creators of the museum engage audiences in events that took place over 63 days in Warsaw. Experience the story .

Copernicus Science Center

Entertainment for the whole family! In the modern complex, both young and old can view and touch a multitude of exhibits. See a theatrical performance in which robots are actors, take part in laboratory classes, admire the cosmic views in the planetarium. To take full advantage of the offer of the Copernicus Science Center, book 4-5 hours for the tour. Find out more .

Łazienki Królewskie

From May to September, Chopin Concerts are held at the monument to Fryderyk Chopin in Łazienki. It is a great opportunity to get to know classicist monuments with the fantastic sounds of beautiful music and relax in the vast gardens. Check out more information .

Koszyki Hall

The market hall, erected in Warsaw at the beginning of the last century, is a perfect place for seekers of new experiences. It houses restaurants, gastronomic and commercial stands, as well as art galleries. Would you like interesting dishes from the other side of the world? Or maybe you dream of listening to a piano concert live? Visit Hala Koszyki and experience the best of Warsaw.

Horse racing in Służewiec

Located away from the crowded center of the track, competitions are held every weekend from April to November.


In the Saxon era, animals, mainly rabbits, were hunted around the palace – hence the name of the site. Today, in Królikarnia, exhibitions, performances, film screenings are organized, and in the park surrounding the palace – outdoor events. Detailed information .


City transport in Warsaw

Thanks to the well-organized tram and bus network, getting around the city is very convenient. You can quickly get from one end of the capital to the other by metro and train. ZTM in Warsaw offers a wide range of tickets, from single tickets to time and season tickets, valid from 20 minutes to even 90 days.

Practical tip

The Warsaw Tourist Card is available in a 24-, 48- and 72-hour variant. The card entitles you to free entry to over a dozen of the most important tourist facilities, such as the National Museum or the Copernicus Science Center.

The card is available on the website:

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The Airport

Chopin Airport (IATA code: WAW, OACI: EPWA) is located in Okęcie, approx. 8 km south-west of the center. It is the most modern and largest airport in Poland. The airport is connected with the city thanks to five bus lines.

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