University of Warsaw, the Largest University in Poland

The beginning of the Warsaw 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 Univer...

Museum of the History of Polish Jews POLIN

The Polin Museum is based in a beautiful building designed by a Finnish architects Rainer Mahlamäki and Ilmari Lahdelma. It stands in the middle of the pre-war Jewish district where Nazis created the...

Łazienki Royal Park

In the 17th century this land was a property of the Grand Marshal of the Crown Stanisław Herakliusz Lubomirski. He created a park with several small buildings, a place that was supposed to be his sol...

The University of Warsaw Library

The University of Warsaw Library is located in Powiśle district close to the Vistula river and not far from the city center. It`s just a walking distance form the Old Town or Krakowskie Przedmieście ...

Warsaw`s Origins: Old Town walking tour

Price: 75 € per tour (up to 3 people) Meeting point: upon arrangement Duration time: up to 2 hours The oldest part of the capital city and one of the most prominent tourist attractions in Warsaw. It ...

Poster Museum in Wilanów

If you come to the Polish capital you should visit Wilanów, a great summer residence of King of Poland John III Sobieski. If you are also interested in modern art, you will really like the Poster Mus...

Nożyk Synagogue in Warsaw

Ryfka and Zalman Nożyk Synagogue is the only synagogue in Warsaw which survived World War II. It was built between 1898-1902 in Romanesque style with Byzantine and Moorish ornaments. Its architecture...