If you are planning a trip to Poland, Warsaw, the capital city is the obligatory place to see. It is the biggest Polish city with population reaching nearly 2,000,000 people.
Warsaw is the scientific, cultural, political and economic centre of Poland and one of the most important cities of modern Europe.
All central authorities, such as the Parliament, the President Palace and Prime Minister headquarters are based in Warsaw. It has a great connection with other regions of the country, but it also provides flights to major European and World cities. London, Manchester, Glasgow are just some of them.
Warsaw has a regular connection with North America or Asia.
This is the Polish centre of business, trade and commerce, definitely the most important player among other significant cities of Poland.
So why Warsaw?
If you are still hesitating about going to Warsaw, do not!
This city has a lot to offer when it comes to nearly all aspects of culture, history, business, relax and sport.
Warsaw is world famous for the Royal Baths Park in Warsaw (Lazienki). Beautiful park with its neoclassical monuments is a wonderful place where you can spend a whole day.
Foreigners who have visited the Baths recommend this place for an afternoon relax, Sunday concerts of Chopin's music or peacocks strolling through the park. Lazienki is a unique place in Warsaw, where you can take a break from the busy capital.
The Old Town is a must during a trip to Warsaw as well. This place is important in terms of history, but it also offers a good choice of restaurants and pubs and bars. Foreigners also appreciate the Old Town for the complete opposition to the rest of the city in terms of architecture.
In Warsaw you will find a significant number of country wide known museums, theatres, music halls, restaurants, clubs or art galleries providing plenty attractions. It is definitely the city that will be enjoyed by any visitor, regardless the purpose of the trip.
Warsaw is also a city of sport, the home for Legia Warsaw football club and plenty others of less meaning. Warsaw was hosting the Euro 2012 Opening Game, group stage games and the semi-final.
The National Stadium is one of the most modern and impressive stadiums on the continent.