Al. Jerozolimskie 45
00-692 Warsaw, Poland
Tel.: + 48 22 31 82 800
Fax: + 48 22 31 82 801
Delicja Polska is an unique place at the Krakowskie Przedmiescie 64, where tradition meets classic at its best. More: www.delicjapolska.pl
Warsaw is now firmly on Europe’s culinary map: its vibrant restaurant culture combines the best of Polish tradition with modern flair, and cool bars add a hot buzz to the city. The Strauss Restaurant in Polonia Palace Hotel (Al. Jerozolimskie 45) invites you to come and enjoy great dining and drinking, all served up with a smile. More: www.poloniapalace.com.pl
There is a place with beautiful interior and atmospheric music, located in strict city centre on Marszałkowska 52. You will also find there delicious food. More: https://www.facebook.com/Przegryz
Wine bar localized in the heart of Warsaw on Mokotowska 48. Place not only for wine lovers, but for anyone seeking a remarkable corner of Warsaw and an interesting dining experience. More. www. alewino.pl
Localized on aleja Wyzwolenia 18 cafe-club is one of the most popular places in Warsaw. It is well known because of its unusual climate and numerous of concerts.
Located on Nowogrodzka 15 NAMASTE INDIA offers a relaxed, contemporary atmosphere in which to enjoy the extraordinary, vibrant Indian cuisine. More: www.namasteindia.pl
Located on Marszałkowska 99a Metropol Hotel in Warsaw offers the stylish and welcoming Metro Jazz Bar & Bistro restaurant, located on the ground floor of the hotel. Decorated in soothing browns and creams, and with large black-and-white photos of jazz legends adorning the walls, it is the perfect place for relaxed Warsaw dining in total comfort, every day between noon and midnight. More: www.metropolhotel.com.pl
Located on Wilcza 26 Soto Sushi is uniquely designed interior and make you feel exceptionally. See for yourself the taste of sushi served on a glass bar. More: www.sotosushi.pl
ul Wilcza 26. In modern, spacious interiors you can taste well known and liked by all dishes, inspired by Spanish and American cuisine. You can follow the process of cooking thanks to partly open kitchen and TV monitors. More: www.secado.com.pl
Located on Podwale 25 in a historic building at the Old Town. Unique because its climate, interior design and kitchen looks more like places in Bavaria and the Czech Republic, not Vistula restaurant. More: www.podwale25.pl
Localized on Mokotowska 17. You will find there not only delicious pancakes prepared according to the Parisian recipe but also soups, cheeses and tasty salads. More: www.bastylia.eu/pl
There is a place in a heart of Warsaw – on Plac Zbawiciela, where menu based on homemade bread. You can complement your meal with perfect wine.
Caricature Museum (Muzeum Karykatura), ul. Kozia 11. It shows the best artists of Polish caricature from the 18th century to present day; take note that the exhibitions have English explanations. More information: www.muzeumkarykatury.pl
located on Pańska 3. Fans of modern art find Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw just 10 minutes walking distance from Polonia Palace Hotel. The collection already contains over 200 works of art by Polish and foreign artists. More: www.artmuseum.pl
Adress: Rynek Starego Miasta 28-42. More: www.muzeumwarszawy.pl
Located on Grzybowska 79. With an area of over 3,000 meters, nearly 1,000 exhibits and 1,500 photographs and films, the museum is one of the most visited places in Warsaw. Opened on the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of fighting in the city, it is a tribute to those who fought and died for a free Poland and its capital. More: www.1944.pl
A million visitors a month hit stylish Złote Tarasy (ul. Złota 59). To find the perfect souvenir, drop in to Chopin Luxury, which sells the world's only luxury potato vodka, and Apart Jewellers, which sells intricate, original amber settings in white gold. More: www.zlotetarasy.pl
Duck into Arkadia Shopping Mall (al. Jana Pawła II 82) for one-stop shopping and far too many ways to max out your credit card. More: www.arkadia.com.pl
Located on Puławska 2. One will find here over 70 shops, cafes and restaurants. More: www.placunii.pl
Bazaar located on street Targowa. During WWII, this was one of the few places where Warsaw residents could buy goods, derived – with a bit of cunning and quite a lot of danger - from the German military transport vehicles and stores. Currently, the bazaar is made up of about 250 merchants, and there are plans for entering the marketplace on the Registry of Monuments, which would make it impossible to ever shut down.
The place is highly attractive on Sundays, when Koło changes into a place where time has stopped, with an antique market where you can buy almost anything, from furniture to glass, porcelain, paintings, books, disks, instruments and military items
Since the Old Town area is tourist central, it's no shock that many shops offer souvenirs. Two of the highest-end options include M.K. Jubiler (ul. Świętojańska 7), and Sobieski Crown (ul. Nowy Świat 50), both of which offer truly breathtaking jewelry. The more modest Ateneum Młodych Galeria (ul. Piwna 51/53) shows the work of up-and-coming young Poles and real artistic gems can be bought here - whilst supporting a local artist. With a wide selection of porcelain and glass, Desa (ul. Rynek Starego Miasta 4/6) is a great place to pick up some souvenirs.
Koneser, old vodka factory, ul. Ząbkowska 27/31. This is a complex of red brick buildings from the late 19th century, in which, for over a hundred years, an alcohol factory was located); today it is a modern cultural center, with numerous cultural institutions based here. More: www.monopolpraski.pl
Fabryka Trzciny Art Center (Centrum Artystyczne Fabryka Trzciny), ul. Otwocka 14. A sprawling former factory which retains all its charm with exposed pipes and brick, this is the beating heart of art in Praga, with fashion shows, film festivals, live music and theatre. Fabryka also has massive gallery exhibiting contemporary art and photos, a bar which serves up reasonably good wine and really good cocktails, and a restaurant which offers something called 'industrial fusion', with a menu full of dishes like carpaccio with strawberries and vanilla. More: www.fabrykatrzciny.pl
Frederic Chopin Monument (Pomnik Fryderyka Chopina). The monument stands near the main entrance to Łazienki Park (www.lazienki-krolewskie.pl), when entering from Aleje Ujazdowskie, and it is one of the most recognisable and most often photographed places in Warsaw.
Built in the 13th century, this castle served as residence of Mazovian princes. The castle has been renovated repeatedly and it was destroyed completely during World War II. Today, the segment with the clock tower opens the way to the Old Town.
This is one of the most picturesque corners of the city. All its buildings were reconstructed after WWII and their appearance is a perfect match to the Square's original look in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Minor Basilica of the Holy Cross (Bazylika Mniejsza pw. Świętego Krzyża). Chopin died in France and a burial in his native land was not possible, therefore, his sister Ludwika - according to Chopin's expressed desire to have his heart laid to rest in a free Poland - brought just his heart to Warsaw. Today, the urn rests in the Basilica of the Holy Cross, in the pillar on the far left side of the nave. More: www.swkrzyz.pl
Frederic Chopin Museum – Ostrogsky Castle (Muzeum Fryderyka Chopina – Zamek Ostrogskich). The museum in the renovated Ostrogski Palace is the most modern biographical museum in Europe. The ticket to enter is actually an electronic card; by using it, one may hear commentary and information in several languages, and listen to music. This museum was specifically designed so that everyone can create their own sightseeing route and itinerary, in accordance with their personal interests. More: www.nifc.pl
Pl. Konstytucji 1
00-647 Warsaw, Poland
tel.: + 48 22 33 91 600
fax: + 48 22 621 41 73