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Warsaw was almost completely destroyed during World War II. The Old Town was painstakingly rebuilt and later became an internationally recognized World Heritage Site. Gothic and renaissance architecture sits alongside concrete Soviet-era buildings and modern glass skyscrapers. The city's progressive cultural scene is as varied as the capital’s architecture. Visit war memorials and classical art galleries, or seek out underground theater groups and avant-garde cinemas.
Take a walking tour of the city, starting in the Old Town. Here, you’ll find many of Warsaw’s main attractions, including the Royal Castle, King Zygmunt’s Column and the Barbican, which is a relic of the walls that once surrounded the city.
Walk or catch a bus along the Royal Route, a path that connects the Royal Castle with the Wilanow Palace. The route is about 6 miles (10 kilometers) and encompasses a number of churches, the Presidential Palace and Warsaw University, among other attractions.
The Palace of Culture and Science is one of many examples of socialist realist architecture you’ll find in Warsaw. Its clock tower is visible from almost anywhere in the city. Ride the elevator to the terrace on the 30th floor for views of the city and the Vistula River.
Warsaw is known for its public green spaces; the city has more than 80 parks. The oldest park is the Saxon Garden, a 10-minute walk from the Old Town. The former royal garden has avenues of trees and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a monument to soldiers killed in war. Visit the Warsaw Zoo, which houses more than 5,000 animals across 99 acres (40 hectares) of parkland.
Chopin was one of the most prominent Warsaw residents and signs of the composer are everywhere, from monuments and street names in his honor, to a museum.
The best time to visit Warsaw is May through September, when locals make the most of the warm weather in parks and outdoor restaurants. Get around the city by bus, tram or train. Or, rent a bike using the city’s bicycle sharing system and cycle along the river.
Polonia Palace Hotel is situated just 350 meters from Warszawa Centralna station and 15 minutes from the Złote Tarasy Shopping Centre. Warsaw’s Old Town is only 2 km away.
Located in Praga Poludnie, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Koara Expo Conference Centre and 2.5 mi (4 km) from National Stadium. Promenada Shopping Centre and Skaryszewski Park are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Located in Centrum, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Galeria Centrum and Palace of Culture and Science. Lazienki Park and National Museum are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Centrum, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of ORCO Tower and Palace of Culture and Science. Lazienki Park and National Museum are also within 1 mi (2 km).
This hotel is situated at the junction of Grzybowska Street and Jana Pawla II Avenue, in the business center of the city. The National Theatre, Old Town and Presidential Palace are just a fifteen-minute walk from the hotel.
Situated on the beach, this hotel is 12 mi (19.4 km) from Otwock Land Museum and 12.2 mi (19.6 km) from Otwock Town Hall. Masovia Landscape Park and Sports Hall are also within 20 mi (32 km).
Warsaw Marriott Hotel is opposite Central Station and a 2-minute walk from Centrum tram, and 5-minute walk from the metro station. The Palace of Culture and Science is 3 minutes from the hotel on foot. Sightseers will want to visit Old Town Market Place and the Royal Castle, both within a 10-minute cab ride away.
This family-friendly Warsaw hotel is located in the historical district, within a 10-minute walk of Zacheta, University of Warsaw, and Presidential Palace. Royal Castle and Grand Theatre are also within 15 minutes.