The VITKAC is an elegant department store located at the intersection of Bracka Street and Jerozolimskie Avenue in Warsaw. It provides its customers the most luxurious fashion brands.
Redford & Grant was established for people who appreciate world trends in fashion, high quality, beautiful interiors and exceptional customer approach. The boutique offers collections of world Fashion Houses such as: Christian Dior, Dolce&Gabbana, Prada, Tom Ford, Brunello Cucinelli and others.
Polish fashion brand ZUO Corp+ offers unique avant garde women's and men's clothing and accessories.
The Złote Tarasy is a place for fashionable shopping and best city entertainment, located in the very heart of Warsaw opposite Warsaw Central Railway Station and Palace of Culture and Science. You can choose from two hundred shops and watch movie premieres at the Multikino cinema.
Each capital has its main fashionable street. In Warsaw, one of the most desired by designers and global brands address is Mokotowska Street, connecting The Savior Square (Plac Zbawiciela) and the Three Crosses Square (Plac Trzech Krzyży).
The Saski Garden (Saxon Garden) was founded at the end of the seventeenth century by king Augustus II the Strong as a French style garden.
Garden on the roof of the Warsaw University Library is one of the largest and most beautiful roof gardens in Europe. It extends over an area of over 1 ha.
On Saturday evenings at 21:00 from May to September it hosts a 30-minute multimedia show "water-light-sound" using LED spotlights and lasers.
The Łazienki Royal Park it has been founded as a summer residence of the king Stanislaw August. It is a magical garden, which you absolutely must visit.
The Grand Theatre was built between 1825-1833, designed by Antonio Corazzi. Rebuilt after the war was reopened in 1965. It is the seat of the National Opera and the Polish National Ballet.
The National Museum in Warsaw was originally founded in 1862 as the Museum of Fine Arts and is currently one of the oldest art museums in the country. The Museum in Warsaw boasts a collection numbering around 830,000 works of art from Poland and abroad, from ancient times to the present including paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints.
Zachęta – National Gallery of Art is an institution whose mission is to popularise contemporary art as an important element of socio-cultural life. A place where the most interesting phenomena of 20th and 21st century art are presented.
The mission of the Fryderyk Chopin Museum is to cultivate the memory of the great composer and to make information about his life and work available to a wide audience.
One of the most modern institutions of its kind in Europe. A kingdom of experiments and a heaven for those interested in the world. Here everyone can delve into nature’s mysteries, conduct experiments on their own and, above all, have fun.
The Warsaw Rising Museum was opened on the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of fighting in Warsaw. The Museum is Warsaw residents’ tribute to those who fought and died for independent Poland and its free capital.
It tells the 1000-year-long history of Poles and Jews. It enchants with its extraordinary symbolic architecture as well as the exhibition itself, which includes a richly ornamented replica of the vault of a 17th-century synagogue. Located in the centre of the former Jewish district and the place of the most intense battles of the Ghetto Uprising in 1943.
Walking the streets of the Old Town and New Town allows you to rest from the bustle of central city life. Atmospheric alleys, squares, and cosy cafés create a unique sense of history, and in the summer, the Old and New Town Squares become stages for musical and theatrical performances and open-air galleries.
The former residence of Polish kings and the former seat of the Polish parliament. Here in 1791 the Polish constitution was declared, the first constitution in Europe and second in the world. Baroque style the Royal Castle and the Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Wilanów Palace is one of the most precious monuments of Polish Baroque. Built for King Jan III Sobieski at the end of the 17th century and gradually expanded by successive owners, it represents an unusual combination of a traditional Polish court with an Italian rural villa and a French chateau.
Łazienki Królewskie is a Palace-Garden complex the most beautiful planned area in Warsaw and one of the most beautiful in Europe, equally stunning in terms of its greenery and architecture.
Completed in 1955 as a ‘gift from the Soviet people’, the building is the embodiment of Socialist Realist architecture. It fulfils the role of a cultural centre accommodating theatres, museums, a cinema and a concert hall. The highest viewing platform in Warsaw, on the 30th foor, offers an excellent panoramic view of the city.