Tripguru Guide for Warsaw
The landmark of the city and the home of various cultural institutions. Although for a long time t...
It could hardly be any bigger: The largest shopping centre in Central Europe with award-winning a...
A huge volume of books and music to read and listen to. The most unusual book and record store in ...
The most famous street in the city. Jewellery, art galleries and of course exclusive clothing and ...
On Warsaw's only pedestrianised street outside of the Old Town, the boutiques are lined up close ...
The Castle Square is not just large but also forms the starting point for the Royal Route and is ...
The new university library was opened in 1999 beneath the Royal Route. Its facade with opened boo...
The largest park in Warsaw, it has many hidden treasures among its sculptures and greeneries to e...
Just a few metres from the monumental plac Konstytucji you will find one of the most beautiful sq...
A bright, modern café with panoramic windows facing the charming plac Zbawiciela. Pleasant atmosp...
A club and café under one roof, imaginatively furnished in a communist style with propaganda post...
A different kind of district. This district has alternative charm. Some years ago it was still a s...
This museum commemorates the Warsaw uprising against Nazi occupation in 1944. This museum is dedic...