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Family friendly travelling in Warsaw

Most popular areas in Warsaw for family-friendly hotels

Families are bound to enjoy the energy, action, raw history, and wealth of great hotels in Warsaw. You could enchant the young ones with a stay right in the heart of the Old Town – see if you can tell it was entirely rebuilt in the 20th century. Alternatively, opt to bed down in the New Town, where great eateries, sprawling shopping centers, and some of Poland's most acclaimed museums beckon from the sidewalks. Or, there's Mokotow – an aged area of Soviet sprawl and Art Deco homes that's quiet, peaceful, and well connected.

Top family-friendly hotels in Warsaw

The colossal spire of the Warsaw Marriott Hotel shimmers and shines right in the heart of the city. Well placed for those walking sightseeing tours, it's also got pool and spa facilities for unwinding in the evening. The nearby Novotel Warszawa Centrum is also equally well located, and comes with an uber-modern edge, with stylish lobbies, airport shuttle services, and the possibility of adjoining rooms. Then there's the welcoming Hampton by Hilton, with its colorful lounges and hot and cold breakfasts – perfect for fueling that day of history and culture in the Polish capital.

Where to find the best restaurants in Warsaw

The long street of Krakowskie Przedmiescie that runs along the eastern edge of the New Town area is a great place to dine with the family. Here, you'll discover everything from chain steakhouses to American diners, big name coffee shops to Italian pizza joints. With the Old Town, meanwhile, come the milk bars and little timber taverns of the Polish kitchen, serving hearty pierogi and bubbling soups. The area of Mirow has its own medley of fine dining and mid-range eats, with refined Slavic foods, Indian curry houses, and more.

The most popular things to do in Warsaw

By morning you could make a beeline for the green lawns and Chinese gardens of Lazienki Park. Here, the kids can watch peacocks, see old stables and army barracks, and wonder at the historic heights of the Astronomical Observatory. Another regal sight on the southern side of the city is the Wilanow Palace – a grand reminder of the gorgeous architectural majesty of Poland's capital before it was so ravaged by war. For football fans, the PGE National Stadium is a must. Built for the 2012 UEFA Euros competition, it's the largest in the country, and tours can reveal the locker rooms and manager dugouts alike. During the summer, there are also beaches along the Vistula, and al fresco sculpture gardens lining the banks, both of which have plenty to interest the whole family.

Best ways to get around Warsaw

Traveling around Warsaw is best done by tram. The network of tram lines covers the entire city, and even connects the New Town with the districts of Praga and elsewhere across the river. Be sure to purchase tickets before you ride at the stop or on-board, and always validate at the little blue machines on the tram itself. The duo of metro lines is great for reaching the further districts, while taxi firms like Uber and local private companies operate right across the city, too.

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