A beautiful, sun-lit studio in the heart of downtown Warsaw. It has a comfortable queen size (160cm wide) bed, a spacious closet, a small dining table to enjoy a meal or coffee while taking in stunning views of Warsaw downtown and its most prominent landmark – Palace of Science and Culture. The building is located in the historic WWII neighborhood with multiple landmarks within a walking distance.
房源空間 High-speed internet is available for all guests. A small but charming kitchen is equipped with a stove, cups and plates, tea pot and refrigerator. This apartment is perfectly located for easy access to both subway lines (about 3-minute walk), buses, central train station, and a picturesque 10 minute walk to the historic Old Town. Note that the sofa shown in one of the pictures has been removed from the apartment.
The building is located in the historic WWII neighborhood with multiple landmarks within a walking distance.
Pałac Kultury i Nauki (Palace of Culture and Science) - No building in Warsaw produces such divided opinions as the Palace of Culture and Science, but few also reveal so much about the city͛s history. Given as a ͚gift͛ to the Polish capital by Stalin, the Palace was intended to be a building ͚for the people,͛ but was despised by many Poles as the most ostentatious symbol of Russian hegemony. As the tallest building in Warsaw, it dominated the city͛s skyline for decades, and nowadays provides a striking visual comparison between historical and modern Poland –sitting in between increasing numbers of sleek, silver skyscrapers. Containing theaters, conference rooms and Warsaw͛s highest viewing platform, the Palace provides visitors with a unique chance to experience Stalin͛s visualizations of the city. Address: 1 Defilad Square, Warsaw
Museum of the Warsaw Uprising. Few incidents in Warsaw͛s long and sometimes bleak history have been of such paramount importance to the city͛s character as the Warsaw Uprising; an attempt to liberate the city from Nazi occupiers, which began on 1st August 1944 and lasted 63 days. Nowadays, the modern, state-of-the-art Warsaw Uprising Museum details this most daring struggle in an attempt to bring history to the younger generations. Visually impressive, with full-sized fighter planes and recreations of underground tunnels, the museum uses striking displays, booming sounds and extensive information in both Polish and English to provide visitors with an immersive and educational experience. Address: Grzybowska 79, Warsaw
Plac Zamkowy and the Royal Castle - Most histories of Warsaw tend to focus on the 20th century – and rightly so, considering how drastically those events shaped the city that͛s seen today. However, areas such as Plac Zamkowy (Castle Square) and the Royal Castle perfectly depict Warsaw͛s era as a flourishing 17th century capital. Although the area, along with most of the Old Town, was almost entirely destroyed during World War II, it was rebuilt virtually brick-for-brick in its earlier style, thus still offering a gateway to the past. The Royal Castle provides visitors with an insight into the time when Poland was still a monarchy. Address: Plac Zamkowy, Warsaw, Poland
The Former Warsaw Ghetto - Although virtually nothing remains of the Warsaw ghetto after its bombing during the 1943 Ghetto Uprising, a visit to the area that it once stood on is nevertheless a poignant experience. The recently opened Museum of the History of Polish Jews is a modern, striking centerpiece to the former ghetto, and just outside it is the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes, commemorating those who fell in the 1943 uprising.