Warsaw

From Stalinist architecture to a buzzing arts and nightlife scene, Poland’s capital city has become a cultural hotspot

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Following almost complete destruction in the Second World War, Warsaw has reinvented itself as a vibrant modern city. The best bits of the past, such as the Stalinist Palace of Culture and Science and a 19th Century opera and ballet theatre, have been joined by a raft of new art galleries, stylish restaurants and buzzing nightclubs to give Poland a capital it can be proud of.

Ideal For
  • Couples
  • City Breaks
  • Groups