About the city of Warsaw
Warsaw is a beautiful, exciting and historic city, made up of three main areas.
The Old and New Towns
Partially surrounded by medieval walls this is the oldest district in Warsaw founded in the 13th - 14th centuries, at its heart lies the Old Town Square, cathedral of St. John and the Royal Palace. The Old Town Square is a favourite meeting place in the evenings with locals and tourists alike, bars and restaurants are open till late into the evening.
The royal route
Named the Royal Route because of the former Royal Residences that line it. There are beautiful Parks and Palaces, with pavements lined with cafes and elegant shops.
You will also find the University of Warsaw, National Museum, many churches with examples of Neo Classical / Gothic and Rococo architecture.
The city centre
The Saxan Gardens stretch through the centre of the district, this area was once a Royal Park adjoining the residence of the Saxan King August II. The principle landmark is the Palace of Culture and Science. Here you will also find some fine shops and large departments stores.
Warsaw has a vibrant cultural nightlife, there is an abundance of things to do - nightclubs, jazz clubs, theatres, opera, concert halls. In summer there are musical festivals in the parks. You will be spoilt for choice.
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