Program - Sightseeing - Warsaw - Poland
Warsaw, a Story of Rebirth

Lose yourself and find real happiness in Poland's capital

A phoenix arisen from the ashes, Poland's capital impresses with its resilience, respect for history, contemporary style and sheer joie de vivre. At the onset of the 20th century, Warsaw flourished. Pre-war Warsaw even used to be referred to as ‘the Paris of the North’ by the Soviets. But with the onset of World War II the history of Warsaw Poland got darker. Rather than being centred on an old market square, modern-day Warsaw is spread across a broad area and includes an eye-catching range of architecture: restored baroque, Gothic, neoclassical and Renaissance in the Old and New Towns.

Warsaw is the largest city and the capital of one glorious country, Poland! Now your knowledge on Poland or Warsaw could be sparse, but let us help you a bit then. It’s just over 260 kilometers away from the beautiful (but cold) Baltic sea and 300 kilometers from Carpathian Mountains. It’s one of the largest Slavic cities (after Russian Moscow for example) so it counts the humongous population of 2.666 million residents.

Warsaw consistently appears on the list of Europe’s cheapest city breaks and for good reasons. You can find top-notch culture and entertainment, great hotels, and quality food while paying about a half of what you’d spend in western European countries.).Poland has 17 UNESCO listed World Heritage Sites and arguably the most fascinating of these is Warsaw Old Town, which lay in ruins in 1944 after the intense bombing campaigns during the Second World War and the Warsaw Uprising.