Presidential Palace

The palace’s construction began in 1643 by Polish aristocrat Stanisław Koniecpolski. It was designed by Constantino Tencalla, the royal architect of Polish King Władysław IV.  It was rebuilt th...

Holy Cross Basilica in Warsaw

The Holy Cross Basilica is one the most important churches in Warsaw. Its history starts in the 15th century when a small wooden chapel of the Holy Cross was constructed here. It was expanded through...

St. John`s Archcathedral

It`s one of the oldest churches in Warsaw and one of Poland`s national pantheons. It stands in the Old Town which is a UNESCO listed site. Originally it was built in 15th Century in the location a an...

St. Florian`s Cathedral

The most beautiful church in the Praga district of Warsaw. It was built in the beginning of 20th century in Neo-Gothic style. At this time Poland was not on the map after partitions between the Russi...

Top 5 Warsaw Second World War Sites

1. Warsaw Uprising Museum The Warsaw Uprising Museum memorialies one of the most tragic event in Warsaw history. On the 1th of August 1944 Warsaw underground started their 63 days struggle against Ge...

The Pawiak Prison Museum

The Pawiak Prison was opened in 1836 as a political prison created by the Russians who occupied the Polish territory from the end of 18th Century until 1915. It was used for the same purpose by the N...

Mausoleum of Struggle and Martyrdom

This museum is located in the Ministry of Education, which during the Second World War housed the headquarters of the Gestapo during Nazi occupation. The Nazis used the building’s basement spac...

Bristol Hotel

London has the Ritz, Paris has the de Crillon, New York has the Plaza and Warsaw…has the Bristol. This is Warsaw’s oldest and most elegant hotel. It was built between 1898 and 1901 just n...