The Polish capital, Warsaw, has a lot to offer potential tourists. In this travel guide, I’ll talk about where to go and what to do.
My wife and I recently had the opportunity to spend a month in Warsaw. It gave us a chance to get to know the city better and find out what it has to offer as a tourist destination.
When people think of visiting Poland, they usually know that they want to go to Krakow and admire it’s beauty but Warsaw isn’t usually at the top of their list. The city is a mixture of modern skyscrapers, soviet buildings and at the centre is a splendid old town (rebuilt after WW2).
It has a modern metro system, which makes it an easy city to navigate. It’s also affordable, safe and developing rapidly. In this travel guide, I talk about a few of our favourite places to go in Warsaw.
Palace of Culture – http://www.pkin.pl/eng
Uprising museum – https://www.1944.pl/en/article/the-warsaw-rising-museum,4516.html
La Cantina – http://lacantina.pl/lacantina/en/
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Vlog camera – Canon G7Xii
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