A Quick Travel Guide to Warsaw, the Polish Capital

A Quick Travel Guide to Warsaw, the Polish Capital, Warsaw, Poland (B)

If you’re heading to Poland, you’ll most likely land in it’s capital city of Warsaw. A lot of travellers recommend to skip it or to get the hell out as soon as you can! But, I would totally disagree. It’s an amazing yet underrated city which deserves a little bit of credit.

Not only does it boast a beautiful old market square to wander around, it also has a lot of history, swanky bars and cafés! This was my favourite city, even compared to Krakow, due to it’s laid back, less touristy vibe.

Warsaw has a pretty complex wartime history, which is worth researching before you visit. The independence, the attacks during the war, the Warsaw Rising and the rise and fall of communism here all contribute to this amazing triumphant city and what it is today.

If you’re like me and love a bargain bucket flight, there are plenty of cheap flights which head to Warsaw daily from London, Bristol and the East Midlands. This makes it a great city break from the UK as it’s only 2 hours away. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: A Quick Travel Guide to Warsaw, the Polish Capital
Guide Location: Poland » Warsaw
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Sophie Pearce
Read it on Author's Website: http://thirdeyetraveller.com/warsaw-guide/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Old Market Square
  • Warsaw Rising Museum
  • Wilanów Palace
  • Palace of culture and science
  • Hotel Bristol
  • Bambino bar
  • MOD
  • Hotel Rialto

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