The capital city of Poland, the biggest among Polish cities. Cosmopolitan, a little eclectic with original architecture which constantly recalls the unusual history of this city. This is the place where the past meets the present.

In Warsaw there are both pre-war monuments and historic places and modern buildings, centers of science and multimedia museums.

This creates an environment which is conducive to the development of culture and business – with beautiful parks, walkways, fountains, squares and interesting streets.

Warsaw cannot be defined in firm terms, it is multidimensional. Almost every single place has its own history and hides a mystery of the past. Thanks to the labour and will of the inhabitants the city was re-built on postwar ruins.

There are not many places where such a strong relationship with the past, respect for memories, sacrifice of the whole nation and power of cultural ties can be so intensively felt.

Warsaw equals beautiful Old Town with Market Place from the Middle Ages and historic tenements. To the symbols of Warsaw undoubtedly belong Mermaid of Warsaw, Sigismund’s Column, Royal Route and the Palace of Culture and Science.

Łazienki Park and the Royal Castle are an inseparable part of the capital city. The park has been recognized as one of the most beautiful gardens of Europe, whereas the Castle, being the symbol of the Polish State, is one of the most precious monuments of Warsaw and has witnessed many historical events.

The Old Town and the Royal Castle of Warsaw were entered in the UNESCO List of World Heritage. The modern National Stadium is yet another attraction for fans of cultural sports events. Other advantages of the capital city include fast urban railway, metro, numerous bike trails and green areas.

Warsaw is the only capital city in Europe and one of two in the world which directly border with a national park. You are welcome to visit us in Warsaw!