Warsaw history and contemporary times Warsaw is the capital city of Poland. As such it’s the house of Polish government and authorities, but its allure and attractiveness can’t be simply limited to these two facts. Warsaw has its own long history, which remnants you can still see all over the city, think of museums in… Continue Reading »
Articles in this category will surely help you in finding yourself in a different, colorful culture of Poland and will tell you something about the atmosphere of the capital city itself – Warsaw is a very diverse, historically rich place and before you go there, you should know a little bit more about it.
Wilanow Palace and Park – enjoy the royal air Wilanow is located just 10 km from Warsaw, at the south end of Royal Route. It’s a beautiful palace and park set in surrounding greenery. Wilanow throughout history served as home for Polish kings. It was originally built for Jan III Sobieski at the end of… Continue Reading »
Warsaw attractions – outdoor places Warsaw as the capital city of Poland has a lot to offer. There are many attractions that visitors can choose from and enjoy. Apart from the obvious Warsaw attractions like the ones connected with its tragic history (Warsaw II World War sites or Warasaw Uprsing Musuem) tourists can find a… Continue Reading »
Summer in the city Summer is a great time of year. For the most people in Europe it’s the time of holiday and rest. It’s the time when the weather finally becomes pleasant and inviting. There’s the time of outdoor barbecues, trips in the countryside and such. Still, summer may be as well spend in… Continue Reading »
Which Warsaw museums are worth visiting? In Warsaw there are many places that commemorate historic moments and pass the knowledge onto te next generations. Some of these buildings have existed for many years and their collections contain hundreds of different exhibits. Others are new multimedia places, in which history and tradition meet with newest technologies…. Continue Reading »