Warszawa

The capital of Poland as a metropolis is the 9th biggest city in the European Union. Once called the Paris of the East, it was completely levelled to the ground at the end of World War II. Now, after its reconstruction, this Phoenix City has become one of the most dynamic metropolitan cities in Europe and a significant cultural, political and economic hub, ranked 4th business-friendliest city in 2017.

The historic city-centre of Warszawa with the Royal Castle, the iconic King Zygmunt Column and St. John’s Cathedral was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage as a unique example of reconstruction works. With every step you take expect to find buildings representing examples of nearly every European architectural style. For example Palace of Culture and Science, Wilanów Palace or Keret House (on widest point 153cm!). If a long day of sightseeing is not enough for you, countless restaurants and a variety of bars should keep you on your feet – Warszawa never sleeps.

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Simply Poland DMC Sp. z o.o.

ul. Zbrojarzy 21a/11, 30-412 Kraków

NIP 679 315 95 42

Our office is located in Zamoyskiego Street 31/18 in Kraków

Simply Poland is registered in the Central Register of Tour Operators and Intermediaries – No. 11123
Link: https://turystyka.gov.pl/_p_81_s_130609.html

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