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  • City Breaks in Warsaw

    Warsaw the capital of Poland is an amazing city of contrasts and surprises that will surely excite and inspire you. Warsaw is an enchanting city and the ambience produced by it is a fantastic combination of modern urban development along with historical architecture. The most renowned virtue of this iconic city is undoubtedly its people who in the past lifted this city from ruins and worked hard in making it a city of dreams and aspirations. Located on the Vistula River, the city nurturing over 400 years of pride as a capital is Poland’s economic, political and cultural center is a now a bustling metropolis that features an unforgettable history. To get the myriad glimpse of past and present of this beautiful city and for this just book cheap flights to Warsaw and visit is amazing sites that will surely allure you.

    Spending a few days in Warsaw is worth in order to experience the unforgettable atmosphere. The richness and diversity of city ensures that there is something for everyone. Regardless of the goal of your visit Warsaw will make an impression upon you. So just don’t wait make a plan to enjoy short city breaks at Warsaw an amazing city of Poland. Big city lights, fascinating alleyways, exiting nightlife, an array of cultural events, ubiquitous history and abundant greenery makes you to admire great diversity of this fascinating city of Poland.

    Some must see attractions that you can’t afford to miss on Warsaw city breaks include:

    • Old Town (Stare Miasto) - Old Town is the oldest part of the city dates back to 13th century was established as a fortified settlement encircling the Duke of Ptock’s Castle. The town was completely destroyed in World War II. The city was again rebuilt at enormous cost and efforts put by the people of Warsaw and result of reconstruction of city resulted in inclusion of Old town on UNESCO World Heritage list in 1980. Today it is a thriving and popular pedestrian are that is adorned with numerous galleries, restaurants and cafes which makes it an alluring tourist destination.
    • Palace of Culture and Science - The Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw is the tallest building in Poland and is the eights tallest building in European Union. Its construction started in 1952 and lasted until 1955 was originally known as the Joseph Stalin Palace of Culture and Science. The building is a gift from the Soviet people to Poland. The building is currently the headquarters for the Polish Academy of Sciences, but is also has a post office, movie theater, museum, library and conference facilities. The viewing platform on the 30th floor offer magnificent views of city center and its surrounding area.
    • Royal Castle - Royal Castle or Zamek s among the major attractions of city dates back to 14th century when a tower and wooden buildings stood here. The construction of the castle in its current form began towards the end of 16thcentury and later the castle was expanded several times. Located in the Castle Square, the Royal Castle was the official residence of Polish Monarchs. The personal offices of the kings and administrative offices of the Royal Court of Poland were located her from 16th century till the partition of Poland. Guided tours of Castle are available in a number of languages and for this advance booking options are also available is a must destination on weekend breaks to Warsaw.
    • National Museum - The National Museum in Warsaw is one of the oldest, richest national institution of culture is an innovative art museum in Poland. It is a home to over 800, 000 exhibit of both Polish and worldwide art that represents a great collection of paintings, sculptures, drawing, illustrations, photographs and various other objects of applied arts. The National Museum is proud of its state-of art LED lighting which is used in only few museums across the world
    • New Town (Nowe Miasto) - The New Town is an area north of the Barbican wall and has its roots in 14th century settlement. Most f Varoque and Classicist townhouses lining the square are of post war reconstruction as all of them are completely destroyed during the Warsaw uprising. Today, the charming little streets are full of restaurants and cafes that will delight even the fussiest of tastes.
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