The capital of Poland located on the Vistula River. The city was built almost anew after the destruction of World War II, today it enchants with the Old Town, the restored Royal Castle and the spaciousness characteristic of socialism. Currently, the economic center of Poland, the seat of the most important companies and the government. Despite the metropolitan character, Warsaw is known for its air quality and in fact ¼ of its area are parks. The most important of them include the historic Saski Garden, Łazienki or Wilanów, parks that are the setting of the former magnate and royal residences. The symbol of Warsaw is also the Palace of Culture and Science, an important witness to history, still awakening mixed feelings among Warsaw residents. One thing is certain, it is worth going to the top floor to see the panorama of the whole city from this central place. The cultural offer of Warsaw is very rich, which results from the number of theaters, cinemas, concerts, festivals and proximity to recreational areas, such as the Kampinos Forest.
Train to Warsaw
The largest and the most important railway station in Warsaw is the Warszawa Centralna station. The trains from the largest Polish cities call there, such as train from Wroclaw, Gdansk, Poznan, Katowice or Przemyśl. Warsaw is also connected with the neighbouring capitals. From Warszawa Centralna you may travel to Moscow, Vienna, Berlin, Prague and Budapest.
How to book train ticket online
The railway tickets online for PKP Pendolino, Intercity and TLK and other train connections may be acquired through PolishTrains webside.
- The Old Town
- Royal Parks Łazienki
- Royal Castle
- Culture and Science Palace
- The palace and park complex in Wilanów
- The National Museum
- Presidential Palace
- Palace on an Island
- Krakowskie Przedmieście