On the banks of the River Vistula lies Poland's capital, Warsaw, a bustling metropolis with a population of around 3 million. Warsaw's Old Town (Stare Miasto), a UNESCO World Heritage site, was rebuilt to perfection after being flattened in the Second World War.
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This hotel is on the 4th floor ,but it doesn't has an elavator. if you have a big luggage I can't recomend more than that stuff is not always there But location is very well.very close to the station,by mariot hotel ... more
It is a small room in a very old furnished flat. I think i was in the beginning of the 20th Century. :-) The Mum was very friendly, but she is only speaking French and polish. The son speaks english, he translates via telephone. Very good.... ... more
Guys, I am in Minsk and a friend of mine asked me to book railway ticket to Minsk from Warsaw for October match for him. One way I see is buying it here and DHLing it to London. Is there any way he can book it on-line and then pay for himself on arrival to Warsaw? That would make matters easier. I ...
Cracow or Warsaw?
Hello everyone! I'm planning my trip to Europe and since I'd like to visit not only the usual places I'm planning to head east. I won't have a lot of time to do it unfortunately...and so my question is: which city did you like more Cracow or Warsaw? Mic ...
Hi guys forum newbie here I've recently moved to Warsaw and been to a few clubs already, My favourite being "Dekada" lots of great music and beautiful people, you know when the cloakroom attendants recognise you that your becoming a regular Anyway, my polish isn't great lol and I was wondering if any ...
BEZGRANICZNA (borderless, boundless)
"When life offers you a dream so far beyond any of your expectations, it's not reasonable to grieve when it comes to an end." Back to Warsaw. Back to reality. Back to snowy streets. We got back ...
Posted in WANDERLUST by kreglicka
Day 13– 14 September 2012
to the lives lost in the Jewish Ghetto. These people came to live in Warsaw but chose not to adopt the language ...
Posted in Adventure Before Dementia - Europe by pricequeitzsch