5 star luxury getaways in Warsaw under $1700

5 star luxury getaways in Warsaw under $1700

Would you like to visit Warsaw and spend four nights in a 5-star hotel? This way you can fully enjoy your Poland vacation. We present you the best 5 star luxury getaways in Warsaw under $1700. The price includes the flight from Boston with departure date on May 20 and return date on May 25. Please check the box below for the Warsaw vacation packages of our partners to be sure that you get the best deal. You may find an offer that you like more than the one that we will present. The mo... [ read more ]

3 cities you must see in Poland

3 cities you must see in Poland

Situated on the Vistula River, Warsaw is a city destroyed and rebuilt. 85 % has been destroyed, including the Old Town and the Royal Castle. One part was then rebuilt, other parts were replaced with the well-known communist cubicals. Considered the cultural capital of Poland and one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Krakow is said to have been built around the cave where King Krak killed a dragon. Krakow is an important city in economical and tourist terms, being a city you must vis... [ read more ]

Top 5 free attractions in Warsaw

Top 5 free attractions in Warsaw

The vast majority of the Poles give you the impression that Warsaw is a very ugly city, all praising Krakow and other cities. Almost all of them hate the Palace of Culture, a tall building, built in Gothic Stalinist style, a copy of "The Seven Sisters of Moscow". But if you have a chance to visit the city of Warsaw, you can see that is not that bad as they say, on the contrary, it is a really nice city. It has an old town completely rebuilt after being smashed during the war, that deserve... [ read more ]

The most beautiful castles and palaces in Poland

The most beautiful castles and palaces in Poland

The Wilanow Palace is known as the Polish Versailles and it is one of the most spectacular palaces in Poland. The Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw was inaugurated in 1995 and was a gift from the Soviet Union to the city. Royal Castle in Warsaw, called Zamek Królewski in Polish, was the residence of Polish kings since the fourteenth century, and then the parliament building. The Malbork Castle was built by the Teutonic Knights as a place of rest. In free translation the name of the... [ read more ]

The White House and the Ujazdow Castle in Warsaw

The White House and the Ujazdow Castle in Warsaw

Built between the years 1774-1776 as a summer residence for King Stanislas II Augustus Poniatowski, within the Lazienski Park, the White House is a charming place for a small dose of culture. It was designed according to the plans of architect Domenico Merlini. In the historic Ujazdow district of Warsaw, between the limit of the Ujazdow Park and the Royal Baths Park stretches the Ujazdow fairytale palace. It was built in the thirteenth century as a small wooden building to defend the land... [ read more ]

The Bankowy Square in Warsaw

The Bankowy Square in Warsaw

Situated at the intersection of the two main arteries of the city of Warsaw, the Marszalkowska Street and the Solidarnosc Street, the Bankowy Square (called in Polish the Plac Bankowy) is one of the most visited squares of the city, also being a major public transportation hub of metro, bus and tram station. The Bankowy Square in Warsaw was created in the nineteenth century and back then had a triangular shape. The Bankowy Square was designed to be one of the most elegant areas of the Pol... [ read more ]

The Castle Square and the Grzybowski Square in Warsaw

The Castle Square and the Grzybowski Square in Warsaw

Marking the beginning of the Royal Road, the Castle Square with a more or less triangular form stretches in front of the Royal Castle and is one of the most popular meeting places for both tourists and locals. The Warsaw Jewish Community Center is at the intersection of the streets of Twarda, Bagno, Grzybowska and the Street of Kings and is represented by a triangular market, the Grzybowski Square. The history of this place dates back to the beginning of the eighteenth century, when it wa... [ read more ]

The Powazki Cemetery in Warsaw

The Powazki Cemetery in Warsaw

Located in the western part of Warsaw, in the Wola district, the Powazki Cemetery is the most famous and oldest cemetery of the city and was founded in the year 1790. In Polish is called the Stare Powązki which translated means the Old Powązki and is not to be confused with the Powazki Military Cemetery. Because it is a cross between a traditional cemetery and a park with secular trees, where rest the remains of two million inhabitants, the Powazki Cemetery can be surely considered one ... [ read more ]

The Jablonowski Palace and the Belvedere Palace in Warsaw

The Jablonowski Palace and the Belvedere Palace in Warsaw

Located in the Teatralny Square in the Srodmiescie neighborhood, the Jablonowski Palace is an impressive structure that reminds us both of the Warsaw of the past and the city's commitment of restoring historical buildings. This neoclassical building was built between 1773-1785 for Antoni Barnaba Jabłonowski, a leading Polish nobleman and politician. It was rebuilt in the early nineteenth century to house the City Hall. At a few kilometers in the south of the Royal Palace is the residence... [ read more ]

The Ostrogski Castle or the Fryderyk Chopin Museum in Warsaw

The Ostrogski Castle or the Fryderyk Chopin Museum in Warsaw

In the center of Warsaw stands an impressing building first defensive structure known as the Ostrogski Castle. It was built in the late sixteenth century on the initiative of the oligarch of Krakow, Prince Janusz Ostrogski. Since the construction of the palace began only after the death of Prince Ostrogski, the building was bought in the early 1680s by the Deputy Chancellor of the Crown, Jan Gninski, who decided to build a residence according to the plans of architect Tylman de Gameren. I... [ read more ]