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Warsaw – capital of Poland from 1596 the city center was almost completely destroyed by the Nazis during the Second World War. After carefully restored and is an exemplary example of scientific restoration, is listed among the UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Yet Warsaw – is not the main point of attraction for tourists in Poland, more often it is used for transit purposes, or to see for themselves how much went to the city during the war, and how great was the effort to correct the evil inflicted. In addition to the great museums and restored historic buildings, Warsaw can not attract its cozy cafes, picturesque Vistula River, charming architecture and even the center with modern skyscrapers, which recently “grow” in a city like mushrooms after rain.
Summer in Warsaw can be very hot and quite mild, the average European, in short, everything in Moscow. It should be borne in mind that most hotels do not have air conditioning. But in the evening, on the contrary, you may need jacket. Winters in the Polish capital quite severe, happen and snow, which are a little slow down traffic, but the city is decorated with exquisite white lace. The hottest month – July; cold, usually in January. See also the current weather forecast in Warsaw for 10 days.
Areas of Warsaw
Warsaw, as well as all the major historical cities, standing on the river, and her name was Vistula. The river divides the Polish capital in two parts, flowing from north to south. On the left bank – the old town and most of the attractions and hotels, the right bank is less interesting for tourists, there are residential areas.
The center of Warsaw includes areas of Srodmiescie, Wola, Mokotow, Zoliborz, Ochota, Praga Połnoc and Praga Południe – a mix of modern architecture, industrial “bald spots” and upscale residential areas. Most of the time tourists spend it in the city center, which is not surprising: there are most of the attractions, hotels, shops and restaurants. A large part of them – in the areas of Srodmiescie, Wola and Mokotow.
North Warsaw – Bielany is maloprimechatelnye areas and Białołeka. Western Warsaw consists of Bemowo district, Włochy and Ursus, and also little that can show interesting tourist.
But in the south of the city (Ursynow and Wilanow) Wilanow Palace can be found. And in Ursynow is a Historical National Park and Preserve, which is sheltered by the European College of Potocki palace. And finally, the Eastern Warsaw, where travelers have nothing to do, consisting of Targowek areas, Rembertow, Wawer and Wesoła.
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Warsaw public transportation includes buses, trams and one metro line. All buses travel on a schedule at every stop there is a schedule of routes, as well as written, a bus arrives at a certain time – plain or with low-floor – for the disabled.
Directions by tickets which can be bought at kiosks or from the driver (payment will demand “fractional”, that is a trifle). All tickets are universal, separation by types of transport are not, they definitely need to validate. Recently, the underground work around the clock.
A single ticket costs 2,60-5,20 PLN according to the time. “Cutochny” travel card (valid for 24 hours from the first validation) is depending on the area of 12 to 19 PLN, more economical 3-day (valid until 23:59 of the third day from the date of first travel) – from 24,00 PLN to 38,00 PLN.
Wi-Fi in Warsaw
In Warsaw, the city operates a network of free Wi-Fi – Internet connection at a speed of 450 kb / s, which is intended mainly for viewing email and websites. Currently, the network covers the center of the city – street Nowy Swiat, area Trzech Krzyzy, the neighborhood of the Warsaw University Library (BUW) and the Science Center “Copernicus» (Centrum Nauki Kopernik), as well as the waterfront Kostyushkovskuyu (Wybrzeze Kosciuszkowskie) and Bracka street.
Entertainment, tours and attractions in Warsaw
The heart of the Old Town, the Royal Castle, was rebuilt only in the 80s. It is interesting to explore: Warsaw Warsaw Citadel, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on Piłsudski Square. Palaces Warsaw: Wilanów Palace, Ostrogski Palace, the Presidential Palace, Ujazdowski Castle, Lazenkovsky Palace.
Warsaw is worth a look Łazienki Park, Wilanow Museum, Royal Palace, National Museum, History Museum, Museum of the Earth of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the Museum of the Polish army. Learn more at Warsaw attractions page.