The proud capital of Poland, Warsaw, is a vibrant European metropolis and a city of culture. It features an unforgettable history: 90% of Warsaw was destroyed during WWII, but thanks to its excellent restoration, the city was later granted the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The widely varied architecture of Warsaw is as diverse as its long history, which began in the 13th century, when the city was founded as a royal castle. From Gothic churches and Royal residences to Soviet-era blocks and modern skyscrapers, Warsaw has countless gems to discover!Fascinating museums, modish boutiques, numerous authentic restaurants and a dynamic nightlife - visitors to Warsaw can find entertainment for every taste. Those who seek to rest from the bustle of central city life can explore cozy alleys, and peaceful squares in the Old and New Towns. In the summer, the Old and New Town Squares become stages for musical and theatrical performances and open-air galleries. It's no wonder then, that summer is when tours and tickets to the attractions of Warsaw are also the most in demand.
‘A native of Warsaw, a Pole at heart, with the talent of a world citizen’, the best known Varsovian is undoubtedly Fryderyk Chopin, who spent the first 20 years of his life in this city. Walking the streets of Warsaw you will pass buildings where he stayed or which he visited and see numerous monunents and historic sites dedicated to the great composer.