Chopin’s Warsaw

Shortly after his birth, small Fryderyk moved with his family to Warsaw, where he spent 20 first years of his life. Without any doubt, he was one of the greatest composers in the world…

Łazienki Królewskie – The royal residence of the last king of Poland

Our last King, Stanisław August Poniatowski loved art and women. Famous traveler Giacomo Casanova wrote in his diaries, that he was “ a husband of hundred wives”, which must have had an additional meaning…

Stare Miasto and Plac Zamkowy – the Old Town and the Royal Castle Square

Surrounded by fortified walls, the oldest part of Warsaw, has many secrets to reveal. A spectacular reconstruction of this place after Second World War placed this oldest…

Krakowskie Przedmieście Street – Warsaw Salon

It used to be the most important street of the old Warsaw, which attracted attention. It was the most demanded place to have a palace…

Palace of Culture and Science – unwanted gift of Josef Stalin for Warsaw

In the times when there was almost nothing in Warsaw that was destroyed by war, leader of the Soviet Union “donated” this building to the city. Many citizens got used to its appearance and its function…

Stare Powązki – a cemetery, as well as a Polish tombstone sculpture gallery

If you wish to learn history of this old and unique cemetery and find out where are the graves of great representatives of Polish…

Warsaw Okopowa Jewish Cemerety – one of the biggest Jewish Cemeteries in Europe

Founded in 1806, it is one of the biggest Jewish cemeteries in Europe. Over 100 thousand tombstones survived here, many of very high artistic value…

Wilanów – the residence of King Jan III Sobieski, the winner of the battle of Vienna

The Wilanów Residence is a palace, including decorations, art pieces, gardens and garden sculptures, as well as numerous buildings and monuments raised in this place since 1677…