Known as the ‘Paris of the East’, Warsaw is one of Europe’s most dynamic metropolitan cities. The city serves as the capital and largest city of Poland. It rose like a phoenix from the ashes after World War Two, which destroyed 85 percent of its buildings. Today, it features a wide array of interesting architectural styles from Soviet-era blocks and modern skyscrapers to restored Gothic churches and Neoclassical palaces. Warsaw boasts a charming Old Town complete with cobblestoned streets fringed by pastel coloured buildings and open-air cafes. Visitors can look forward to a wide variety of activities and attractions including: strolling through the Old Town’s market square to view the Monument of the Warsaw Mermaid, visiting the medieval Barbican, one of the few original remaining relics and exploring the impressive Baroque Krasinski Palace.

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