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.
From the Warsaw Travel Guide
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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
Nice place, with pleasant atmosphere, the hostel's staff is kind, friendly and caring, excellent location! ... more
We had a wonderful stay at the Tapir Hostel Warsaw: It's a small cosy place not far away from the main station with cafès and wine bars just around the corner. The hosts are very nice, always caring that their guests are comfortable and equipped for all information they need! Thank you! ... more
Hostels in Warsaw
Hi all, Can anybody reccomend a cheap hostel not far from the Okecei airport in Warsaw and preferably close to the train station with a 24-hour reception? We will be arriving at night and checking out early in the morning. Thank you again Polina ...
Hi! I'm in Lublin and I need to reach Warsaw...how can I do? Somebody can help me? I know that buses (which company?) are better than train...is it true? Hope somebody can help me soon! Thanks! ...
Cracow and Warsaw
too much to talk about but I need to give props to two very nice cities. Cracow (Krakow) and Warsaw ...
Rich (Day 18)
By Gary: Today started out a bit rich when we discovered the yogurt we bought to have with our musilix for breakfast turned out to be 30% cream. We can chalk this one up to the language barrier and packaging differences. We choked it down anyway cause we had to get moving to meet Olivia in Warsaw. We ...
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