Warsaw, a city guide
Explore Poland’s capital and be fascinated by its history and architecture. This city has everything from modern skyscrapers to Gothic churches. The town has been fully restored after the devastating bombing of World War II. Be sure to visit Zamkowy Square, home to the Royal Castle.
Best Hotel in Warsaw
Sofitel Warsaw VictoriaHotel Details Check Availability
- Air conditioning
- Airport shuttle (additional charge)
- Bridal suite
- Car hire
- Designated smoking area
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Room Service
- Safety deposit box
- Shuttle service (additional charge)
- VIP room facilities
- Bicycle Rental (Additional charge)
- Cooking class (Additional charge)
- Live sport events (broadcast) (Additional charge)
- Nightclub/DJ (Additional charge)
- outdoor pool
- Swimming Pool
- Business centre
- Meeting/banquet facilities (Additional charge)
Entertainment and Family Services
- Babysitting/child services (Additional charge)
- Children television networks
- Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas and is free of charge
Mundana has set a high standard and hand picked these restaurants for their great food quality, good reputation, great customer service, clean environment, courteous staff and original menus.
This historic restaurant, located in the New Orangery of the Warsaw Royal Bath Gardens, draws attention not only with its elegant, verdant and airy interiors but also its excellent menu.
Set against swish country manor background decor of chintz, flowers and candles, this is hearty traditional fare done to the best possible standard. Enjoy duck with apples and cranberry sauce while aproned staff cater to your whim and fancy in what is set to be one of the premier dining experiences on the Royal route.
Recommended by Michelin, you'll find Amber Room in the picturesque setting of the Sobanski Palace just opposite the Ujazdowski Park. Amber Room specializes in Polish cuisine with a modern twist.
Located in a beautiful, large house, with a cosy garden open to the public in summer, the cuisine is typically Polish. The atmosphere, excellent style and elegance will satisfy the most demanding tastes.
Royal Lazienki Park
Łazienki Park laid out in the 17th century is home to many wonderful architectural monuments in its landscaped gardens. Look out for the Palace on the Water by Jan Christian Kamsetzer and Domenico Merlini, built for Poland’s last monarch King Stanisław August Poniatowski as his summer residence.
Warsaw Old Town
Warsaw’s Old Town dated back to the 13th century. Situated in the middle of the Old Town; it was largely destroyed during the Second World War and was later reconstructed. The reconstruction was so precise that one can hardly tell if the the building survived the war or if it was rebuilt. This craftsmanship was recognised by the UNESCO who in 1980 added the Warsaw Old Town to its list of World Heritage Sites.
Best Shops in Warsaw
Złote Tarasy Shopping Mall
One of the newest shopping centres in Warsaw, it's located next to the central station. You will find about 200 shops and Poland’s only Hard Rock Café. There's also a multiplex cinema and a fitness studio in the complex.
Arkadia Shopping Mall
The biggest shopping centre in Eastern Europe and by far the largest mall in Warsaw, it contains over 200 shops and 30 restaurants. There is also a brewery (Bierhalle) serving an excellent weizen beer.
VITKAC Luxury Department Store
Modern, stylish, classy – these are three words that come to mind when describing Vitkac Fashion House which holds all the world’s most famous brands in one modern building in Warsaw. For fashion enthusiasts, these five floors of top fashion in the Wolf Bracka building are not to be missed.
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