No matter when you choose to visit the capital of Poland there is always something to make your stay as enjoyable as possible despite the fact the city has some of the strongest extremes of weather in Europe.
Following World War II the capital of Poland saw a major period of reconstruction, but the historic old quarter of the city was preserved for the future. A great option for your trip is to find cheap hostels, hotels, and B&B locations found throughout the city close to the old quarter and its freconstructed ancient buildings.
The Second World War is celebrated with the Heroic City tours of the capital, which take in the many sites and landmarks that played a role in freeing the city from occupation.
Following the Heroic City landmarks will bring you to buildings that were once part of the occupation, but have now been converted to celebrate those who helped free Warsaw from occupation.
Warsaw gives a great view of the culture of Poland for you during your visit to this amazing capital city. The city is home to a number of the top cultural options in Poland, including the Polish National Opera and the Chamber Opera.
Other options include the constantly evolving theatre and jazz scenes that continue to grow over the course of the 21st century. In other areas the city of Warsaw is also home to the National Stadium of Poland, home to the Polish football team and many major events taking place throughout the year.
One of the most amazing facts about this stunning city is the vast areas of green found throughout Warsaw, particularly in the heart of the city close to the Central Railway Station.
Accommodation found close to the beautiful Lazienki Park gives you a great example of the open spaces that can be found throughout Warsaw. This area of parkland is known for the Palace that can be found on the shores of a large lake that makes this one of the most iconic locations in the city.