Come and Experience beautiful Warsaw, the largest city and Capital of Poland. The city of Warsaw is located on the Vistula River and has a population of 1.7 million residents. The history of Warsaw dates back to the 13th century when it served as an active trade-route on the Vistula River and by 1596, Warsaw had succeeded Krackow as the Capital of Poland. Warsaw offers travelers a myriad of activities. Wander through Warsaw s beautiful Old Town and Royal Castle or experience the city s many museums that are often a testament to it s woeful past, remembering the devastation and injustice of World War Two. Each of Warsaw s boroughs offer travelers notable landmarks like King Sigismund Column, one of the oldest secular monuments in northern Europe which celebrates the move of Poland s capital from the city of Krakow to Warsaw. Explore Market Square in the centre of Warsaw s old Town with it s unique Polish restaurants, cafes and shops or tour the Warsaw Barbican a fortified outpost built in 1548. For Music lovers, travelers can visit Lazienki Park and pay tribute to Frederic Chopin widely regarded as the best Polish Composer in history. Navigating Warsaw is easy and can be done via public bus, trams, metro, light rail or by foot
Warsaw is a dynamic city that guarantees to be a memorable and lasting travel experience.