About Warsaw

Warsaw, the capital and the largest city of Poland, is located in the central part of the country (and hence near the geometrical centre of Europe). It is a city with a fascinating history, nowadays full of charm and activity, where the past meets the future in harmony. Take time to enjoy it as much as it deserves. Make sure to spend enough time in the Old Town (UNESCO World Heritage Site), have a look at fine palaces, historical monuments, statues and houses along the Royal Route, enjoy a Sunday open air concert in Lazienki park, take a small ride to Wilanow residence at the outskirts of the city, on a nice day go (by lift) to the top of the Palace of Culture and Science,...
Some links at the end of this guide provide more detailed information. In particular the Warsaw  Official Tourist Portal (www.warsawtour.pl) contains lot of useful information.

Warsaw - The Old Town

Panorama of Warsaw

Chopin statue in Łazienki park

University of Warsaw - Library and gardens

Warsaw - Palace in Łazienki park

University of Warsaw - WIC 2014 venue

University of Warsaw - Central Campus

Glimpse of modern Warsaw

Warsaw - Castle Square

Warsaw - Downtown by night

Warsaw - Royal Castle seen from the river

Warsaw University of Technology