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    This is the capital of a progressive and dynamic east European country.

    The city where Chopin grew up may have had a devastated past due to World War II, but the fighting spirited that runs through Warsaw’s veins made it the thriving metropolis that it is today. However, if you want to explore Polish history, what Warsaw has to offer goes beyond World War II: national museums, a science centre, art galleries, a rebuilt fortress, royal residences, and the Palace of Culture and Science, which is the tallest building in Poland and it offers the most amazing panoramic view over the city.

    In a city where the past meets the present, you’ll find out that there’s so much to see, and when it comes to the best places in Warsaw, Farol City Guides will be there for you.

    Royal Castle

    Old town´s landmark and the former residence of the Polish monarchs. Today, it’s a historical and national monument, a national museum, and one of the most splendid royal palaces in Poland. Worth to visit it.


    It represents the city fortifications built in the 16th century. They were completely restored after being completely destroyed in World War II.Yyet, it has so much history to tell that no visitor can miss it.

    Warsaw Uprising Museum

    It exhibits Warsaw’s heroic uprising against the Nazi occupation in 1944, through photographs, film archives, statements and interactive displays. An impressive exhibition about resistance of the Polish people.

    Palace of Culture

    Being the highest building in Warsaw, it remains one of the most controversial buildings in Poland. Raised after WWII during the era of Soviet domination, it was a ‘gift of friendship’ to the city by Joseph Stalin.


    One of the best known restaurant in the city to try pierogis, the traditional Polish dumplings. This dish plays such an important role in Polish culture that one must eat when visiting Warsaw.


    Once a centre of Bohemian life, Kameralna is heaven for foodies. Its decoration is homey and its menu is replete of Polish classics, from the dishes to the vodka shot with pickles on the side.

    Polska Rozana

    A true Polish meal experience, from the starters to desserts. Dishes so well presented and delicious that will make every Zloty worth – which won’t be many, as the prices are very convenient.

    Dom Polski

    A fancy restaurant but with everything gathered for a flawless meal. The food is prepared with the finest ingredients and its flavour is marvelous. Perfect to go with that special someone.

    Mermaid (syrenka)

    Ironic symbol of Warsaw, represented on the city’s coat of arms. Legends says that a mermaid swam until the riverbanks near the Old Town, and enchanted by the city’s beauty, she decided to stay.

    Frédéric Chopin

    One of the greatest composers ever grew up and lived here until he was 20 years old. Warsaw is so proud of his success that pays tributes to him all over the city, such as in statues and museums.


    When in the mood for something sweet, Warsaw has a sugary and mouth-watering cake to offer you. Wuzetka is a traditional cream pie with two layers of chocolate. You can try it at cafés or restaurants.

    Wilanów costume

    One of the ways Poland expresses its culture is through clothing. Traditional from Wilanów, a district of Warsaw, this folk costume has suited outfits for men, women and children.