Legendary Chocolate Lounge by “Wedel”

The original shop and cafeteria of the oldest chocolate brand in Poland. It was opened in 1894 in an elegant apartment house which was one of the few buildings to survive World War II in this area. Y...

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...

Discover the Queen of Polish Rivers – The Vistula

Warsaw is the only European capital with a wild river bank. On Warsaw’s right bank of the Vistula is a nature reserve and habitat for many species of birds threatened with extinction like cormorants,...

Have a Rest in the Saxon Garden

The Saxon Garden was established in the 18th century, as a part of the Saxon Axis, an exclusive piece of land that belonged to King of Poland Augustus II the Strong. The garden has been open to the p...

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...

Relax in the Gardens of the Royal Castle

The final effect of the restoration of the Lower Garden at the Royal Castle is absolutely stunning! This is the last step of the post-war reconstruction of the Old Town in Warsaw which is inscribed o...

The Royal Sculpture Gallery

The Royal Sculpture Gallery in the Old Orangery is one of three main galleries in the Royal Łazienki Park, arranged according to the Royal inventory from 1795. The collection mostly includes 18th cen...

Have a Cup of Coffee in the Legendary Cafe Bristol

The legendary Cafe Bristol was opened in 1901 and quickly became the capital`s most chic destination visited by Warsaw’s Intelligentsia. Here you can enjoy dessert in an atmosphere of an Art No...