Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw

The giantic Palace of Culture and Science was built in three years between 1952 and 1955. It was Joseph Stalin’s idea as “a gift of the Soviet people to the Polish nation.”  The bui...

The Pavillions

The Pavilions (Pawiliony) is a legendary place in Warsaw that you must see. It’s a courtyard of small bars just behind Nowy Świat Street. It actually has an address of Nowy Świat 22/28 but walk...

Top 5 of Jewish Warsaw

1. The Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute The Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw was created in 1947. It`s based in a pre-war building of the Main Judaic Library. Th...

Top 5 of Warsaw cafes

1. Cafe Bristol The legendary Café Bristol was opened in 1901 and quickly became the capital`s most chic place visited by Warsaw inteligence. It`s settled in one of the most elegant hotels in the cit...

Top 5 of Warsaw Parks

1. Royal Łazienki Park The summer residence of the last Polish King Stanisław August Poniatowski. It`s the largest park in Warsaw. It`s full of outstanding  architecture treasures as the Palace on Is...