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History Museum
“Important spot on Warsaw map: museum of Warsaw Uprising - hard and emotional history”
  • 159 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Köpcentrum
“Arkadia started in 2004 and is the biggest shopping mall in Central Europe with a total area of 287,000 sq. m., housing 230 shops, 25 restaurants, and a cinema. ICSC awarded Arkadia as Shopping Centre of the Year in 2004.”
  • 79 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
History Museum
“ Warsaw is home to Poland’s most inspiring museums, which will give you a chance to learn about the country’s turbulent history, visual arts, classical music, science and more. POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews Building, History Museum Save to Wishlist Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Copy link Share POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews | © Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland / Flickr Book Now Located on the former site of the Warsaw Ghetto in the Muranów district, the POLIN museum celebrates the history and heritage of the Jewish community in Poland. Designed by Finnish architect Rainer Mahlamäki, the modern glass, copper and concrete building houses a 43,000 sq ft permanent exhibition space with multimedia displays including reconstructed parts of historical Jewish synagogues, an interactive 3D model of Kracow and its Jewish neighbourhood of Kazimierz and a Holocaust gallery. There is also a kosher restaurant and café on-site.”
  • 47 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Park
“Located between Warsaw's Mokotów district and the city center, the park is one of the largest in Warsaw. In the middle, there is a lovely lake with plenty of space around to lay out a blanket and picnic, as well as extensive bicycle, roller and longboard paths.”
  • 36 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Museum
“A modern, world class museum telling a very important yet not widely recognised story of Polish and Jewish people living alongside for hundreds of years until tragic events of the IIWW. A visit to the museum will also tell history of Poland in the most engaging way.”
  • 36 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Köpcentrum
“One of the not-so-crowded shopping malls in Warsaw, TK Maxx, ZARA, M&S, Benetton”
  • 12 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Historisk plats
“The Core Exhibition is a journey through 1000 years of the history of Polish Jews – from the Middle Ages until today. Visitors will find answers to questions such as: how did Jews come to Poland?”
  • 30 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Nattklubb
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“Warsaw’s first hyper-posh rooftop nightspot is finally here, and it’s everything you imagine it to be and more. Once you clear the streetside queue (get there promptly at 22:00 or suffer the consequences), squeeze past the burly bouncers and stroll the red carpet in the lobby before entering the club in the clouds. The 360 degree bird's eye views alone are worth the trip as you emerge right in the middle of Warsaw's rapidly rising skyline. Take it all in with a bubbly cocktail in hand, but if you want a seat make sure you reserve ahead of time. Aside from A-list DJs and all-night parties al fresco and in the newly opened club space (28th floor), The View promises, above all, primo people-watching as the city's glitterati, celebs and business tycoons all crowd around the iconic circular bar. The place to see and be seen in Warsaw. ”
  • 13 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Light Rail Station
“Originally built at the end of the 19th century, Hala Mirowska was the biggest market in the city until the WWII when it was destroyed. It was then rebuilt in the 50s and today it still serves its original function of an organic food market. This is not a place for everybody. It is not a major tourist attraction nor a must-see landmark, it’s just a food market. However, if you like markets as much as I do, you should definitely drop by. Here in Hala Mirowska you will experience the authentic vibe of a 1990 Warsaw food market, you will deal with non-English speaking farmers and… you will find the freshest fruit, veggies, and eggs, the most amazing bread, the best meat, and honey.”
  • 15 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Indie-bio
“Small, old-fashioned and climatic cinema with an ambitious repertoire. Do you want to watch alt-movies about fishing in Pakistan? That's the place. Here you will see the movies that won't appear in multplexes. Monday tickets are like 4 or 5 dollars.”
  • 19 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Street Food Gathering
““Night market” Friday-Sunday from 17:00-1:00. Street food in an old train station! Pretty cool ;) ”
  • 23 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Marknad
“Farmers market and more, season fruits and vegetables, fresh meat and cheese. Athmosphere of old Warsaw. ”
  • 28 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Nattklubb
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“One of the finest examples of the rooftop bar trend currently winding its way through Warsaw, Level 27 offers splendid views of the sprawling city and a fabulous mix of relaxation, cocktails, and clubbing. It all starts with the view at Level 27, as from its perch on the 27th floor of the Millennium Plaza building, you are treated to sweeping views of the Polish capital’s numerous skyscrapers, including the famous Palace of Science and Culture. If you have arrived during pleasant weather, you will find a huge terrace waiting for you complete with two bars, cool white couches, and blowing palms. ”
  • 9 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Polsk restaurang
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“Popular restaurant that takes you with humor to communist times (and food).”
  • 11 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Köpcentrum
“You can go on foot or by tramway to two big shopping malls: Arkadia and Klif.”
  • 7 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Place of worship
“Powązki Cemetery, also known as the Stare Powązki is a historic cemetery located in the Wola district, western part of Warsaw, Poland. It is the most famous cemetery in the city, and one of the oldest.”
  • 14 lokalinvånare rekommenderar