Holiday homes Warsaw, Poland- experience a vibrant mix of history and culture
If you have already ventured around European capitals like Oslo, Brussels or Copenhagen, visit one of the most lively capital cities of Eastern Europe and discover the fascinating Polish capital - Warsaw! Warsaw, the largest city in Poland is located on the Vistula River. So, choose one of the many lovely holiday homes Warsaw offers and get ready to explore a city full of life, paired with an interesting mix of history and culture.
Interested in history and culture? Warsaw is the place to go!
Warsaw has a lot to offer in terms of attractions and activities. Visit the glorious Royal Castle which is a UNESCO heritage site and discover artwork and exhibits that display Polish culture over the centuries. While most of the original residence was destroyed by the Germans in World War II, the building remains one of the most recognizable in the capital. World-famous composer Chopin was born in Warsaw, so maybe spend some time relaxing in Lazienki Park and visit the Chopin Monument over here and visit the Chopin Museum, located in the house where he was born.
Why not also take one of the Hop-on-Hop-off buses and discover the city using this convenient option. For those interested in history, visit the Umschlagplatz monument, a moving memorial to the thousands of Jews who were deported from here to Treblinka extermination camp during World War II. The Warsaw Uprising Museum is a detailed exhibition to those who died fighting trying to liberate the capital in 1944 and highlights the atrocities committed the city by the Nazi’s as retribution.
Discover the culinary delights of Poland
Make yourself comfortable in one of the many well-equipped Warsaw holiday homes and get ready to explore this capital where Baroque architecture blends with modern skyscrapers. Make sure you visit the picturesque Old Town, a major tourist attraction in the city. Maybe choose one of the apartments Warsaw offers close to the Old Town, so you will be close to the many lovely restaurants, cafes and shops. Warsaw has a very distinctive cuisine, so make sure you try some of the Polish specialities like Pierogi (dough filled with lots of tasty ingredients, both sweet and savoury), Zrazy (basically a Polish version of a beef roulade) or desserts like Sernik, Faworki or Makowiec for the those with a sweet tooth. If you want to do some more extensive travelling you can easily catch the train to other fascinating cities like Berlin, Prague or Vienna from Warsaw! If you want to explore more of Poland, visit Krakow too, where you will find a beautiful old city full of culture.