Welcome to Warsaw!
Warsaw, the capitol of Poland, is also the largest city and the centre of economic, political and cultural life. Its primeval symbol is the Mermaid, which has been captured in few monuments placed across the city. Being on one hand a bustling metropolis and on the other a city with unique history, Warsaw is also a place which remains green in its ¼ and a genuine city of culture – for every taste and every budget.
Key facts about Warsaw:
- area 517.90 km2.
- residents – 1.7 million
- 88 universities (public and private)
- 300 000 students
- 500 000 enterprises/companies
Depending on your mood you can visit one of the dozen museums or simply go for a walk. Seeing Warsaw’s panorama from the top of Culture and Science Palace is a true must. If you are tired you can go outside Warsaw to have a tour to castle ruins or ride a historic train. Everyone will find amusing ways to spend time in Warsaw – either with historical palaces and churches located side by side with modern architecture, or in quiet cafés competing with trendy music clubs. Whatever is the purpose of your visit, Warsaw will leave a lasting impression.
There are many reasons to fall in love with Warsaw.
More information www.warsawtour.pl