Warsaw is the capital city of Poland. It suffered extensive damage during World War 2, and has significantly rebuilt itself since then. The Old Town area survived the war and is one of the most popular attractions in Warsaw today, with the Market Square and Royal Castle prominent features. The Presidential Palace is also worth visiting. LOT Polish Airlines fly to Warsaw from cities including Chicago and New York. www.warsawtour.pl
As the capital of Poland, Warsaw was one of the
most beautiful and sophisticated cities in Central Europe until its
almost total destruction during the Nazi occupation of World War
II. The end of the war saw most of the city reduced to rubble and
ruins, and the majority of the population had either been killed or
interred in Nazi concentration camps.
Historical Museum of Warsaw Warsaw
The History Museum is one of the best of
The Royal Way Warsaw
Known as the Royal Way, this two-and-a-half
mile (4km) route stretches from the Royal Castle in the Old Town to
the stately King's palace at Wilanów on the outskirts of the city.
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