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Warsaw is a dynamic European metropolis, the hallmark of which, in addition to its rich history and unique historical monuments, can certainly be called its friendly people and unique cuisine.
The Polish capital is a city that is constantly changing and which opens up in a new way with every visit.
Warsaw is increasingly adopting the lifestyle of the capitals of Western Europe, especially Berlin. In their likeness, new establishments open here, organic picnics, art fairs, garage sales, and techno parties are held.
The route to Warsaw depends on your strength and resources. There are at least three ways to get to the city: by train, bus and plane. But we don't write off the alternatives - your own car, hitchhiking, bicycle, walking on foot, and everything else that you have enough imagination for.
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There is no better place to start exploring Warsaw than its seven hundred-year-old Old Town, which was restored to the smallest detail after World War II, thanks to which it was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1980.
Today the Old Town delights with its unique, intimate atmosphere and architectural details, and after dark, it looks like an illustration for a fairy tale.
On the banks of the Vistula River, you can relax from the noise of the big city. Clean and well-groomed beaches attract sports lovers and connoisseurs of a relaxing holiday, and the boulevards with bike paths, observation platforms, a mini-beach, and marinas attract citizens and tourists of all ages.
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Most of the historical monuments of the Polish capital are located along the so-called Royal Route, which begins in the Old Town and ends in the Royal Lazenki and the Belvedere Palace. The center of the Old Town is the Market Square with a monument to the Siren (symbol of Warsaw) in the middle. There are numerous galleries, cafes, restaurants, open-air cafes that attract tourists. It is also a convenient meeting place; from here you can go on a city tour in a horse-drawn carriage.
Nearby is the Royal Castle, located on Castle Square, next to a 22-meter column of Sigmund III Vaz, who moved the Polish capital from Krakow to Warsaw.
One of the favorite streets for walks in Warsaw is the Krakow suburbs. Here are most of the churches, magnates' plazas, the most important state institutions, the complex of buildings of the University of Warsaw, the Polish Academy of Sciences, numerous monuments. Most of the buildings date back to the 17th-18th centuries.
If you want to see the most modern shops, cafes, and restaurants - then you on the street New World (Nowy Świat). The local houses are part of the 19th century and some were completed in the 20th.
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Frederic Chopin Airport in Warsaw is considered the largest and busiest in the country. Its passenger traffic reaches 19 million people a year, and the number of flights served per day exceeds 300. Frederic Chopin has the status of an international air hub, the map of directions includes European and Asian countries, and domestic traffic is well developed.
You can get acquainted with information about arriving and departing flights using the online scoreboard on the official website of Warsaw Airport. It publishes the exact time of arrival and departure, status, terminal numbers, flights, baggage belts.
At present Frederic Chopin serves dozens of destinations: the most popular of them are European (London, Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, Berlin, Barcelona, Milan, Stockholm, and many others). Flights to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Minsk, and to Asian and Eastern cities - Nur-Sultan, Istanbul, Tokyo, Agadir, Hurghada, Colombo, etc. are popular. As a rule, flights to warm countries are seasonal or charter.