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Warsaw Old Town

Warsaw Old Town

Warsaw Old Town is the oldest part of the city, dating back to the 13th century, although virtually all buildings in the Old Town were completely destroyed in World War II and rebuilt in historical [more…]

Palace of Culture and Science

Palace of Culture and Science (Palac Kultury i Nauki or PKiN) is one of the best known landmarks of Warsaw. It is located in the very centre of the city among Warsaw central train station [more…]

Presidential Palace

Presidential Palace

Today’s Presidential Palace in Warsaw, the seat of Polish President, was built in the 17th century as a private residence and unlike most other buildings in Warsaw was not destroyed in the Word War II. [more…]

Swietokrzyska Street

This page is about Swietokrzyska Street in Warsaw. See also Swietokrzyska metro station, the junction of lines M1 and M2, which is in the middle of this street. Swietokrzyska (Holy Cross Street) is a very [more…]

Aleje Jerozolimskie

Aleje Jerozolimskie is an extremely long and very important street in Warsaw. It goes through the city centre in the west-southwest to east-northeast direction, but in fact it starts far from the city centre in [more…]

Galeria Mokotow

Galeria Mokotow is a big shopping centre in Warsaw. It was opened in 2000. The main focus of Galeria Mokotow Shopping Centre is fashion – there are shops of various deisgner brands, some of them [more…]

Plac Defilad

Plac Defilad is a square next to the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw city centre. Although it may not look like that at the square itself (it feels quite disorganised), the area around [more…]

Plac Teatralny

Plac Teatralny (Theatre Square) is a square in Warsaw city centre, not far from Plac Zamkowy (Castle Square) – the two squares are directly connected by Senatorska Street. Plac Teatralny is named after the Great [more…]

Warsaw Nike Monument

Warsaw Nike Monument

Warsaw Nike Monument is also known as The Monument to the Heroes of Warsaw (Pomnik Bohaterow Warszawy). It commemorates the heroes (soldiers and civilian population) who fought for freedom of Warsaw during the World War [more…]

Plac Zamkowy

Plac Zamkowy

Plac Zamkowy (which means Castle Square in Polish) is located between Warsaw Old Town (Stare Miasto) and Krakowskie Przedmiescie, next to the Royal Castle of Warsaw. It is one of the few places in Warsaw [more…]

Rynek Starego Miasta

Rynek Starego Miasta

Rynek Starego Miasta (Old Town Market Place) is the centre of Warsaw Old Town. As a result it is also the centre of Warsaw tourism. Warsaw Old Town is, as the name suggests, the oldest [more…]

Krakowskie Przedmiescie

Krakowskie Przedmiescie means Krakow suburb in Polish, but it is mainly a street – a street that might have the highest concentration of important and historical buildings in Poland. Among the most remarkable buildings and [more…]

Warsaw Metro

Warsaw Metro

Warsaw has a relatively small and young metro network, compared to most other European capitals. The underground system consists of two lines, with the second opened only in 2015. The first line (M1) runs approximately [more…]

Warsaw Centralna Bus Station

As you have probably guessed, Centralna means central in Polish, but this bus station is actually not the main bus station for Warsaw. This is a bus station situated at Warsaw Central train station, hence [more…]

Warsaw Zachodnia Bus Station

Warsaw Main Bus Station Warsaw main international bus station is Warszawa Zachodnia, which means Warsaw West Station. Zachodnia is also a train station – one of the big three stations in Warsaw (Zachodnia, Centralna, and [more…]