Warsaw is the capital city of Poland and also considered as a largest city. The city is the 9th highly populated city in entire Europe with millions of inhabitants. The city is the wealthiest city in Eastern and Central Europe. The city was ranked 32nd most loveable city in the world in 2012. Warsaw acts as an important hub for economics, culture as well as politics. Last Polish royal’s residence was located in Warsaw. In 1944 uprising happened at this place itself. Warsaw is termed as Europe’s intellectual center with a diverse and colorful culture. Warsaw offers a lot to the visitors and tourists including fitness, contemporary and classical music and much more to keep you engaging and entertaining.
Looking to visit Warsaw during the peak season, then you must make an entry in between June and August. The temperature during these months is pleasant. You will enjoy lots of seasonal activities and maximum number of crowd gatherings. These months are also considered as the peak season in Warsaw when the city goes crazy. But if you want to avoid such huge crowd and avail some lower rates, you must visit during December and February when the flight fares stay reasonable. The weather during May and September is favorable and provides relative comfort.
The Museum of the Warsaw Uprising depicts the 1944’s historical uprising. The motto of the museum states as ‘We wanted to be free – and to owe this freedom to ourselves’ and this motto was very important to make an end to World War II which helped in the development of the city. If you are really curious for military studies, this museum is a must to pay a visit.
In recent days, the banks of the Vistula River have been serving Europe as the most trending place for many meetings and cultural events. Plazowa is the new beach cafe and pavilion which hosts a number of urban concerts called ‘Miejskie granie’ where some of the best teen musicians of Poland perform. You can easily enjoy one of these concerts for absolutely free.
It is the most divine and the top tourist attraction place for those who took a flight to Warsaw. This dress is also known as the symbol of the city. It's an important crossing between San Polo and San Marco districts. The traders have to cross the water. So, it was very necessary to build a bridge. Mini wooden bridges were formed at that time but they collapsed due to one reason or another.
Royal Castle is located in Warsaw’s old town. Earlier the Polish royal families used to stay in this castle during the 16th and 18th centuries. During WWII, the castle was completely devastated by the German army and later on in the 1980’s it was recreated.
Enjoy the most luxurious bar and lounge available in Warsaw. This luxurious Panorama Bar & Lounge is located in the Marriott Hotel at the 40th floor from where you can look for a stunning view of the city and Warsaw’s skyline. The place provides the best panoramic view of Warsaw from the top.
Lazienki Park is the biggest park in Warsaw. The stunning Baroque styled park was designed and made real during 17th century. You can find numerous palaces surrounding the charming park including the most famous Palace on the water. If you are visiting in summer, you can enjoy free yoga classes in this park. You can even enjoy some calm meditation too.