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...

Neon Museum

It`s the only neon museum in Europe, second in the World after Las Vegas Neon Museum. It`s small but worth to visit. It`s dedicated to preservation of Polish neon signs from cold war period. After fe...

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...

Top 5 of Warsaw Pre-War Buildings

1. Wilanów Palace Wilanów Palace is one of the most precious monuments of the Polish Baroque period. It was built by the Polish King Jan III Sobieski at the end of the XVII-th Century according to Ag...

Top 5 Magnificent churches of Warsaw

1. St. Ann`s Church This amazing church has been rebuilt through ages since the XV-th Century. It contains the largest number of architectural styles of all the buildings in Warsaw. There are parts f...

Top 5 Unusual Warsaw Museums

1. Poster Museum The Poster Museum at Wilanów was opened in 1968 as the world’s first poster museum. It`s a part of National Museum of Warsaw. If you come to the Polish capital you should visit Wilan...

Top 5 Unusual Things to see in Warsaw

1. Old Powązki Cemetery (Stare Powązki) – The Warsaw “Père-Lachaise” That most known Warsaw cemetery and of othe most famous in Poland. It was placed in Wola district over 200 years...

University of Warsaw

The beginning of the University is related to the Law School which opened in 1808 and the School of Medicine created one year later. Both schools later were included as faculties of the University. T...

Old Town in Warsaw

The oldest part of the capital city and one of the most prominent tourist attractions in Warsaw. It was established in the 13th century, but was completely destroyed by the Nazis through 1939 to 1944...