Warsaw | The upcoming capital

If there is one place on the continent that hosts economic development, youthful dreams and optimism for the future, it certainly is Warsaw. A dynamic capital that is constantly growing, thanks to active residents, and has admittedly been transformed from the gray city of the Eastern bloc in a seething metropolis of creativity. Art exhibitions, film festivals, and book production, countless charming cafes, bistros and restaurants.

Warsaw

Warsaw

From the sophisticated Old Town and the discreet luxury of Nowy Swiat up the underground art scene of Praga and Saska Kepa haunts and modern museums to nightlife, Warsaw would recommend to everyone. In aristocrats to enjoy their tea in the atmospheric bistro erstwhile Hotel Bristol, in kids to make incredible scientific experiments in the unique Copernicus Museum in selectively couples to savor modern Polish cuisine at starred Michelin Atelier Amar and hipster friendly to empty the shelves of young Polish designers and spend all night in the square Zbawiciela.

Old Town Warsaw

Old Town Warsaw

The showcase of a city is the historic center and Warsaw are extremely tasteful. The classic walkthrough from the Old Town and palaces until the New Town is the occasion for a leisurely walk long hours, like those promises every northern capital. The Krakowskie Prezedmiescie, called the royal path, and then the shopping street Nowy Swiat.

Nowy Swiat street

Nowy Swiat street

No need to organize project crossing between parked cars, you can walk with your loved one, get lost in sidewalks and to enjoy the small pleasures of the West. Cleanliness and order, sited and polite passers, chic boutiques, coffee manicured, innovative bistro style baroque churches, manicured mansions, such as the Presidential Palace, the University and the Academy Stasits statue of Copernicus.

Old Town, Stare Miasto

Old Town, Stare Miasto

View more here: Krakow | Remuh Synagogue and Jewish cemetery in Kazimierz.

By Nicole P.

Warsaw photos: Punxsutawneyphil, Ulf Liljankoski, Gerard Knight, Nikos Roussos.

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