Royal Castle with a Certified Guide Museum Tour

The Royal Castle is one of the top attractions in Warsaw, but visiting this sprawling landmark on your own can be overwhelming. With this tour, take in the UNESCO-listed palace’s highlights in less t...

Tourist Attractions Are Reopening in Warsaw

Tourist attractions in Warsaw are reopening to visitors: museums, galleries, ZOO, botanical gardens, parks, city bikes and river cruises. Masks are required inside museums, galleries as well as shops...

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...

The RM58 chair by Roman Modzelewski

The RM58 chair was design by Roman Modzelewski in 1958. It’s probably the most valued and recognized chair designed during communism in Poland. Le Corbusier was so astonished he wanted produce ...

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

During the Second World War this building housed the headquarters of the Gestapo. The Nazis used the building’s basement as an interrogation location and prison where many Polish people were to...

Polish Communist-Era Neons Museum

It`s the only neon museum in Europe, and the second in the world after Las Vegas Neon Museum. It`s small but definitely worth a visit. It`s dedicated to preservation of Polish neon signs from Cold Wa...

POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

The Polin Museum is housed 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 the Nazis create...

The Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw

The Jewish Historical Institute is one of the world’s leading research centers of Jewish history. It`s housed in the former Main Judaic Library and the Institute for Judaic Studies. The most importan...