Warsaw Skyline

Warsaw

Don’t miss a chance to experience this intriguing city that has so much to offer and awaits you with its hospitality and diversity.

Warsaw
The colourful heart of Europe

Explore the colourful metropolis bustling with life within the very heart of Europe and discover its twofold character. On one hand, magnificent palaces, churches and a perfectly restored Royal Castle towering over the historical Old Town give evidence of Warsaw’s rich tradition and history; on the other, a cosmopolitan downtown area with top class skyscrapers and exclusive chain hotels undeniably show its modern face giving Warsaw the possibility to host an event of every size. Experience both visiting Warsaw and get carried away by a fantastic atmosphere of this diverse city!
The capital of Poland located on two banks of the Vistula River enrapture its visitors with its beauty and charm. Warsaw’s rich cultural life invites you to numerous museums, art galleries and theatres – those historical and those modern and contemporary as well. What’s more to discover? There you are: UNESCO World Heritage sites, places connected with such personalities as Frederic Chopin or Marie Curie Skolodowska, lush gardens and parks, majestic post-communist constructions, innumerable restaurants with the traditional Polish or international cuisine and the biggest meetings and conference infrastructure in Poland. That all puts Warsaw on a leading position within the list of new-emerging European destinations. It’s also easily accessible since Frederic Chopin International Airport has direct connections with all European airports and also receives transatlantic flights.

What’s more to discover

The capital of Poland located on two banks of the Vistula River enrapture its visitors with its beauty and charm. Warsaw’s rich cultural life invites you to numerous museums, art galleries and theatres – those historical and those modern and contemporary as well. What’s more to discover? There you are: UNESCO World Heritage sites, places connected with such personalities as Frederic Chopin or Marie Curie Skolodowska, lush gardens and parks, majestic post-communist constructions, innumerable restaurants with the traditional Polish or international cuisine and the biggest meetings and conference infrastructure in Poland. That all puts Warsaw on a leading position within the list of new-emerging European destinations. It’s also easily accessible since Frederic Chopin International Airport has direct connections with all European airports and also receives transatlantic flights.

 


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Projekt współfinansowany ze środków Europejskiego Funduszu Rozwoju Regionalnego w ramach Programu Operacyjnego Innowacyjna Gospodarka

„DOTACJE NA INNOWACJE – INWESTUJEMY W WASZĄ PRZYSZŁOŚĆ”