Why Visit Warsaw, Poland?
Warsaw is Poland’s capital city which stands on the River Vistula in east central Poland.
Warsaw is a bustling city rich in history, full of landmarks, beautiful old town streets and squares, vibrant art scene and museums along with a historic palaces and parklands.
Warsaw has many amazing things to do:
1. Wander the Old Town
The Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage site, with cobblestone alleys and medieval buildings. Many building have been reconstructed after WWII with fragments that survived being preserved in a selection of museums and cultural storehouses.
Make a stop at the Royal Castle for its Great Assembly Hall and the lavishly decorated Throne Room.
2. Visit the Chopin Museum
One of the most famous composers in history Frederic Chopin grew up in Warsaw.
The Chopin Museum is in the historic Ostrogski Palace, and it details the story of his life, it also houses over 7000 objects, including manuscripts, letters, a cast of Chopin’s left hand and various pianos.
3. Visit St Anne’s Church
Located in the historic center of Warsaw is the ornate church of St Anne’s. During the summer at noon, there is a 30 minutes organ concert played every day except Sundays and holidays.
Warsaw is a perfect stop to add to your eurailing itinerary, you can add it to your custom package!