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Warsaw, Poland

What to do in Warsaw

Visit Warsaw Uprising Museum

The museum is a tribute to the Warsaw residents who fought and died for independent Poland, and features 800 items, and around 1,500 photographs, films and recordings. The museum tower is one of the most popular features, offering guests great views of the Freedom Park.

Grzybowska 79
00-844
+48 22 539 7905
www.1944.pl/en

Tune in to the Frederic Chopin Museum

This impressive museum is set in Ostrogski Palace, and treats guests to four floors packed with interesting information about Poland’s most famous musical son. In the basement there are listening booths where you kick back, relax and tune in to some of Chopin’s beautiful work.

Okólnik 1
Warsaw
+48 22 441 6251
chopin.museum/en

Take the Royal Route

The Royal Route is the name given to the road that runs between the Royal Castle and Wilanów Palace. If you’re staying in the centre of town, grab a taxi to Wilanów Palace and work your way back to the Old Town via Łazienki Park, also known as Royal Baths Park, which has a bronze statue of Chopin.

Wilanów Palace
Stanisława Kostki Potockiego 10/16
02-958
+48 801 011 779
wilanow-palac.pl

Learn at the Palace of Culture and Science

Originally known as the Joseph Stalin Palace of Culture and Science (nicknamed Stalin’s Syringe), this was ‘a gift’ from the Soviet Union to the Polish people. Despite the name, there isn’t a great deal of culture or science to see inside (the building contains mainly offices). There is, however, a great viewing gallery on the 30th floor.

Plac Defilad 1
00-901
+48 22 656 7600
www.pkin.pl/en

Hear the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra

Plan ahead and book an evening with the renowned Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra. Founded in 1901, the orchestra is one of the oldest in Europe. Concerts take place in the Viennese Secession-style Warsaw Philharmonic Concert Hall, which consists of a 1,072-seat main concert hall and a 378-seat chamber music hall.

Jasna 5
00-950
+48 22 551 7111
filharmonia.pl/strona-glowna_en

Explore Old Town

The Old Town is a Unesco World Heritage site, containing a number of famous Warsaw landmarks, including the Royal Castle, home to The Lanckoroński Collection of Rembrandt paintings, and the iconic Castle Square. From here you can meander cobbled streets to the Old Town Market Place to the statue of Mały Powstaniec (the Little Insurgent) on Podwale Street.

The Royal Castle in Warsaw
plac Zamkowy 4
00-277
+48 22 355 51 70

Where to eat in Warsaw

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Znajomi Znajomych (International)

This restaurant and lounge features exposed brickwork, mood lighting and a great soundtrack – a perfect place to start your night. What’s great, is that it’s equally enjoyable on a lazy afternoon when you just want to stop by for a coffee. During the summer, there’s a nice outdoor terrace.

Wilcza 58A
00-579
+48 22 628 2061
znajomiznajomych.waw.pl

Sushi Zushi (Japanese)

This stylish sushi bar features an innovatively designed wooden interior, which centres around the open kitchen where nimble-fingered chefs prepare great sushi and sashimi. It’s all about the theatre of cooking here, and special celebrations that often take place simply add to the enjoyment.

Żurawia 6/12
+48 22 420 3373
www.sushizushi.pl/restauracja#home

Restauracja Stary Dom (Polish)

This traditional restaurant offers guests a taste of authentic Polish hospitality and cuisine. The wood-panelled interiors are inviting and warm, despite the sheer scale of the main room, while the local broths served by the kitchen are one of the best tastes of Poland available in the city.

Pulawska 104/106
02-620
+48 22 646 4208
www.restauracjastarydom.pl/restaurant-old-house

Belvedere (Contemporary European)

This unusual restaurant is located in the New Orangery building in Łazienki Park. Inside, there’s plenty of lush foliage, while outside there’s a great terrace for dining in the warmer months. The cuisine is contemporary European, with a nod towards Polish classics.

Agrykola 1
00-460
+48 22 558 6701
belvedere.com.pl/en

Atelier Amaro (Modern)

Chef Wojciech Modest Amaro, who polished his culinary skills in the Spanish institution El Bulli, heads up Atelier Amaro, Poland’s very first Michelin-starred restaurant. True to his roots, Wojciech uses Polish ingredients to give traditional dishes a very modern interpretation.

Agrykola 1
00-460
+48 22 628 5747
atelieramaro.pl

Places to stay in Warsaw

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Hotel Rialto

This beautiful Art Deco building was Warsaw's first boutique hotel. It offers 44 rooms and apartments, each one modern and elegant, yet equipped with original furniture from the 1920s. The Rialto is also home to Martin Gimenez Castro’s excellent Salto Restaurant.

Wilcza 73
00-670
+48 22 584 8700
rialto.pl/en

Sheraton Warsaw Hotel

This luxury five-star hotel on Three Cross Square makes a great base for exploring Warsaw’s historic Old Town or taking a stroll around Łazienki Park. There are more than 300 rooms to choose from, including an exclusive presidential suite if you feel like splashing out.

Bolesława Prusa 2
00-493
+48 22 450 61 00
sheraton.pl/en

Westin Warsaw

This slick five-star hotel is centrally located and close to the train station and the Palace of Culture and Science. This huge property has 361 guest rooms, including 14 suites and a presidential suite. There are also some great leisure and fitness facilities here.

Aleja Jana Pawla II 21
00-854
+48 22 450 8000
westin.pl/en

Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw

This unique boutique hotel in Mokrowski Palace has a great location. Each of the 58 individually decorated rooms is comfortable and spacious. There’s also a nice pool, sauna and massage room. Guests get a free shoeshine as part of their stay.

Kościelna 12
00-218
+48 22 531 6000
mamaison.com/warsaw-leregina-hotel.html

InterContinental Warsaw

Located opposite the Palace of Culture and Science, this huge 414-room hotel is one of the finest in the city. It features a great contemporary Polish restaurant in the form of Platter by Karol Okrasa, as well as the excellent Riverview Wellness Centre on the 43rd and 44th floor, which offers great views and a fantastic indoor pool.

Emilii Plater 49
00-125
+48 22 328 8888
ihg.com/intercontinental/hotels/gb/en/warsaw/wrsha/hoteldetail

Hotel Bristol

This opulent 168-room property, situated on the Royal Route, has been one of Warsaw’s top hotels for more than a century. It has a neo-Renaissance facade, while inside it exudes Art Deco sophistication. It’s the sort of luxury you want when your trip to Warsaw is for a special occasion.

Krakowskie Przedmiescie 42/44
00-325
+48 22 551 1000
hotelbristolwarsaw.pl/en