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Almost the entirety of Warsaw was flattened by the end of World War Two, including the historic Old Town. Thankfully this district - locally called ‘Starowka’ - was meticulously rebuilt after 1945, preserving its atmospheric alleys, grand houses and cobbled squares. The heart of the Old Town is the market place, with its charming Polish restaurants and open-air cafes; browse stalls selling handmade trinkets and souvenirs by day, and enjoy a quiet drink in the evening. You’ll also find the Royal Castle and the Historical Museum of Warsaw in Starowka.


Accommodations near Warsaw CBD

There is a range of options for all travelers. The central district is where you’ll find many of the top international hotel chains, including both four and five star establishments. There are also plenty of hostels for budget travelers, particularly around Wilcza. Expect to find amenities like free Wifi and fitness centers at the biggest hotels.There are also a number of cheaper budget hotels, offering a perfect location, free WiFi and a breakfast bar.

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Sightseeing near Warsaw CBD

- Warsaw Uprising Museum


Even from the outside this museum looks interesting, set in an old red-brick power station west of the city center. Inside, the museum documents the horrific events of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising; the brave yet fruitless struggle of resident Poles against the cruel German occupation. The Warsaw Uprising Museum recreates the feel of occupied Warsaw, with an interactive route through the building. Hear from surviving insurgents, discover moments frozen in illuminated photographs, and pore over old posters and newspapers.


- Nowy Swiat Street


Warsaw’s most distinctive shopping street, Nowy Swiat is a mile long stretch of the ‘Royal Route’ - a series of streets connecting old royal buildings. Linking historic Warsaw with its modern counterpart, Nowy Swiat is lined with a great selection of shops, from luxury boutiques to entertaining souvenir stores. The flagship of the EMPiK department store is here, stocking surreal Polish toys together with dolls and games recognised the world over. For the traditional Polish spread ‘smalec’ and local hams and cheeses, head for upmarket delicatessen Krakowski Kredens, while a detour into the maze of Pawilony will satisfy any desire to buy tourist tat and amusing souvenirs.


Transportation near Warsaw CBD

Warsaw has a public transport system consisting of tram, bus and metro lines, all using the same ticketing system. The main routes run from 5am to 11pm and the services and system is pretty reliable and frequent. You'll have no trouble navigating the city using their public transport system.


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