Warsaw is the lively capital of Poland and the country's largest city. Situated on the Vistula River and spread over a wide area, Warsaw impresses with its history, nightlife, and high standard of its restaurants.
A city of revival, modern-day Warsaw exudes optimism, life and respect for its past. The Old Town – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – is not to be missed. At the heart of Old Town is the Market Square which often hosts concerts, festivals and other cultural events, a perfect way to soak up some of the local culture! St John’s Archcathedral, which dates back to the 14th Century, is one of Warsaw’s most iconic churches and well worth a visit to see its’ stunning gothic interior.
The city offers a diverse culinary scene with hearty, flavourful dishes. No trip to Warsaw is complete unless you try the famous Polish dumplings (Pierogi)! Warsaw is famous for its' pub crawls which offer a great way to tour the city whilst enjoying one of their many locally crafted beers.