Royal Castle with a Certified Guide Museum Tour

The Royal Castle is one of the top attractions in Warsaw, but visiting this sprawling landmark on your own can be overwhelming. With this tour, take in the UNESCO-listed palace’s highlights in less t...

Luxury Residential House from 1937

This building is over 80 years old but even though it’s a bit neglected, it still looks supermodern. Its facade is covered with bay windows and vertical glazed walls along staircases. Round cor...

Early 1900s House – a Silent Witness to History

This house gives us an idea of how Warsaw’s city center looked before being demolished during the Second World War by the Nazis. It’s the only preserved apartment building in this area, however...

In Search of the “National Polish Style”

This house is an interesting implementation of Polish wooden architecture from the Tatra Mountains (Podhale region) in a non-wooden urban environment. It`s the only building in such style in Warsaw a...

The Grand Theater and National Opera

The Grand Theater is one of the most remarkable buildings in Warsaw. It was designed by Italian architect Antonio Corazzi, who moved to Poland in 1818 from Tuscany. He designed approximately fifty bu...

Roma Theater – a Building With a Dark Past

The building below was the seat of the Roma Catholic Action, but nowadays is mostly known for the Roma musical theater producing popular shows such as Cats, Grease and Mamma Mia in Polish. However it...

Visit the Former “Koneser” Vodka Factory

This place is a great mix of new and old. It’s a newly renovated complex of the former vodka factory in the heart of the Praga district. Praga is one of Warsaw`s upcoming neighborhoods but it`s...

Las Bielański – Remains of a Medieval Forest

The Las Bielański is a one of a kind nature reserve in Warsaw. It’s the only remains of the Puszcza Mazowiecka, a medieval forest that vanished alongside the city’s development. It`s a beautiful area...

Explore the Unique Wooden Architecture of Otwock

Otwock is a small town near Warsaw, almost entirely covered with forests. At the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries it became a summer and health resort popular among Jews from Warsaw. While Jewish ...