|A phoenix arisen from the ashes, Poland’s capital impresses with its resilience, respect for history, contemporary style and sheer joie de vivre!|
The city rose to prominence in the late 16th century, when Sigismund III decided to move the Polish capital and his royal court from Kraków. The elegant architecture, grandeur and extensive boulevards earned Warsaw the nickname Paris of the North.
While visiting, take a panoramic tour of Warsaw: the Royal Route, the Ghetto Monuments and the Insurrection; the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Chopin Monument and the Belvedere Mansion…
Warsaw is also famous for it’s quality shopping opportunities and many, many parks.
Have a tour od Wilanow Palace – known as “the Little Versailles” locally, the palace is a great place to learn all about Poland’s architectural history. It is also surrounded by a beautiful French-style garden, perfect for relaxing walks and enjoying the calm atmosphere.
Warsaw is a unique city, filled with history, arts, and opportunities to find something new behind ever corner. Don’t miss this your chance, contact us today!
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