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Capital City of Poland
Warsaw, the largest city of Poland and a bustling metropolis. The city appears to be a concrete jungle in the first impression but actual Warsaw is a picturesque old town hosting scores of palaces, churches, and architectural complexes. The city is known to be the lively cultural capital of Poland. Various theaters, cinemas, museums, and art galleries thrive in the city. Warsaw is dotted with luxury hotels, happening clubs and discos, parks, castles and museums.

Fact Sheet
Official Name Warsaw
Province Masovia
Population 3,050,000
Density 3 ,258/km²
Most Popular Sights Old Town,Royal Castle, Wilanow Palace
Currency Zloty
Area Calling Code +48 22

Points of Interest
7th biggest city in the European Union Warsaw Old Town is included in UNESCO World Heriatge List.

Places of Interest
Warsaw is land of historical monuments, magnificent churches, palaces and architectural complexes. It is not a dull city of concrete builidings. It is a magnificent town with many tourist attractions luring the vistors.

Warswa Old Town
Warsaw old town was ruined completely in the World War II and it is realy diffilcult to believe that whole town was rebuilt in 1950s. City Centre hosts some elegant royal buildings. Royal Castle, King Zygmunt's Column, Square Market, and the Barbican are top attrcations of the Warsaw old town. UNESCO has appreciated the whloe site and listed it as UNESCO world heritage site.

The Royal Castle
Royal Castle in Warsaw was residence of the Polish monarchs. The castle has now been trasformed into museum. The palace was built in 1589-1619 and is located at the Plac Zamkowy, entrance to the old The personal offices of the King, as well as the administrative offices of the Royal Court of Poland were located there until the Partitions of Poland. Between 1926 and World War II the palace was the seat of the Polish president. It is located at the Plac Zamkowy, at the entrance to the Old Town.

The Wilanow Palace
The palace is now a branch of National Museum. Before being destroyed by Hitler, the Nazi ruler, the palace was the residence of King John III. The palace has baroqure interior adorned with period Polish furniture, old clocks, and collection of Polish portraits. Orangerie is the magnificent diplay of artistic handicrafts. The monument is a gem of Polish architecture.

National Museum
Displays in the national museum date from ancient to present day Poland. Formerly known as the museum of fine arts, it was renamed National Museum in 1916. In addition to Polish art the museum diplays a unique colletion of Egyptian art, famous all over Europe.

Palace of Culture and Science
This is the tallest and largest building all over Poland. Formerly known as Joseph Stalin Palace of Culture and Science, the building is now an amazing destination to visit. It houses a concert hall, a cinema, an ice skating rink and a theater.

Frederic Chopin
Chopin was one of the famous personalities from Poland. A museum named Muzeum Fryderyka Chopina, depicts different phases of Chopin's life.

Lazienki Park
The park is located on the royal route connecting the Royal Castle to the Wilanow Pallace. Lazienki Park is the biggest park in Wraswa. Built in 1624, the palace was formerly the residence of King Zygmunt III Vasa. Park center attraction is the picturesque lake where you can enjoy short cruises in the beautiful evenings.

Getto Zydowskie (Jewish Ghetto)
This is largest Jewish Ghetto in Warsaw. The vast area of the city was formerly once predominantly inhabited by Jewish Poles. The ghetto was built by Nazis during the world war II. The Jewish Historical Institute Gallery is a complete directory to the past Jewish history in Poland. The Ghetto Heroes' Memorial in Warsaw is a worth seeing monument.

Katedra Sw. Jana (St John's Cathedral)
It boasts of being the oldest and royal church in Warsaw. The church has been concstructed completely in Mazivian Gothic Style. Built in 15th century the church was upgraded as a cathedral in 1798. St John's cathedral is one of the most coronated buliding all over Poland. The paek is worth place for leisurly stroll.

How To Reach
By Air
Polish Airlines is the national airlines operating in Poland. Warsaw is alo connected by air with all the European destimanations and the Polish cities. Being the capital city most tourists from all over the world land in Warsaw. Warsaw's Frederic Chopin Airport is situated in Okecie, 10 km south west of the city centre. All the international and domestic flights operate from here. There is a domestic airport near the international terminal. All major Polish cities can easily be accessed by the domestic airlines. Gdansk, Cracow, Poznan, Szczecin, Wroclaw and Katowice all are well connected and approachable.

By Train
Warsaw has lot of options for train lovers. Warsaw has three stations for long-distance trains Dworzec Centralny (Warsaw Central), Dworzec Wschodni(Warsaw East) and Warszawa Zachodnia(Warsaw West). Warsaw Central is the main railway station handling major international and domesric trains.

By Road
Hired taxies and cabs are easily available all over Poland.



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