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Looking for a Cheap Warsaw City Breaks ? We got great deals on Warsaw holidays at Plenty Holidays. The Old Town Observation Tower for one of the best views over Warsaw where you can look back down the Royal Way and overlook Castle Square and the Old Town. Warsaw is full of cafes, outdoor bars by the Vistula, art zones and trendy clubs with a versatile nightlife. Its also a great place for shopping with global brands and designers as well as boutiques with fashion at the highest level. The Warsaw Beer Festival is the leading event of its kind in Poland where weekend festival enables craft brewers from across Poland and abroad to showcase their wares.

Warsaw Holiday is a major international tourist destination  known for its rich calendar of musical, cultural and sports events. You can just walk along the Royal Way which is one of Warsaw's famous streets lined with variety of shops and restaurants to explore and there are black marble benches along the way that plays music by Chopin. The street name changes over to Krakowskie Przedmiescie at Copernicus Square. It is at this point where the buildings grow a little taller and more colorful, a hint of what is to come once you reach the Old Town. Pilsudski Square is a large open square located just next to the Royal Way. Warsaw holidays is a quich short haul trip and a beautiful city break  with plenty of entertainment and things to do.

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WARSAW INFORMATION

Currency

Zloty

Language

Polish

Time Zone

GMT+2.00

Avg. Flight Time

2h 25m

Peak Travel

June-September

Price of a pint

10.00 z

MORE ABOUT WARSAW

The Royal Castle In Warsaw
The Royal Castle In Warsaw

The Royal Castle in Warsaw is a castle residency that formerly served throughout the centuries as the official residence of the Polish monarchs. It is located in the Castle Square, at the entrance to the Warsaw Old Town. 

The personal offices of the king and the administrative offices of the Royal Court of Poland were located there from the sixteenth century until the Partitions of Poland. Initially the complex served as the residence of the Dukes of Masovia, and since the sixteenth century, the seat of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth: the King and Parliament. 

In its long history the Royal Castle was repeatedly plundered and devastated by the invading Swedish, Brandenburgian, Prussian and Tsarist armies. The Constitution of 3 May 1791, the first of its type in Europe and the world's second-oldest codified national constitution after the 1789 U.S.

Old Town Market Place
Old Town Market Place

It is the most historic part of the Old Town and is enveloped by tall Renaissance and Baroque merchants’ houses in a spectrum of colours.This square was the epicentre of commercial life in Warsaw.

The mermaid figure on the fountain in the centre holds special meaning for Warsaw, while in summer you can park up at a restaurant table and watch the city going about its day.As you pick your way along alleys and passageways, past guildhalls, churches and burgher houses you’d never imagine that this was all just a pile of debris 70 years ago.

All of these buildings are post-war replicas of what came before, as the square was first bombed by the Luftwaffe and then blown up by the Germans at the end of the Warsaw Uprising in 1944. Immediately after the war the square was rebuilt as it had been.

Traditional Polish Fast Food  Zapiekanka
Traditional Polish Fast Food Zapiekanka

Zapiekanka is the most Polish of the fast food. It’s an open-faced toasted sandwich made of half baguette or other long kind of bread. In the 70s, during the austerity of the communist regime, it was usually topped with just mushroom, cheese, and ketchup. Today, besides the traditional kind, there are many more varieties.

The best place to eat it in Warsaw is Zapiexy Luxusowe, in Widok 19 street (“Centrum” metro station, really close to the Palace of Culture). They get fresh bread from the bakery every day and the portions are huge. My favorite is the “Firmowa Zapiekanka” which is toasted bread with Polish sheep cheese, crispy bacon, and onion.

Nightlife
Nightlife

Due to its increasing selection of vibrant clubs and bars, each with their own unique style, Warsaw has officially established itself as one of Europe’s top nightlife destinations. For the ultimate after-dark experience, alternate between the city’s hotspots and some of its finest cultural experiences, and you will have it all. 

The explosion of bars and clubs in Warsaw over the last few years means that you are never far from a fresh beer or decent nightspot. On the other hand, it's still easy to find yourself stranded outside the bolted doors of a supposedly popular club on a Wednesday night, or staring into the bottom of a pint glass in a deserted bar.