Hotels in Warsaw, Poland
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- Old Town Square
- Palace of Culture and Science
- National Stadium
- Torwar Hall
- Old Town Market Place
- U.S. Embassy
- Golden Terraces
- Nowy Swiat Street
- Copernicus Science Centre
- Saska Kepa
- University of Warsaw
- Arkadia Shopping Mall
- Warsaw University of Technology
- EXPO XXI
- Galeria Wileńska
- MT Polska Congress Centre
- Warsaw Uprising Museum
- National Library of Poland
- Galeria Mokotow Shopping Centre
Best hotels in Warsaw
Warsaw is a city that has seen its share of triumph and tragedy. Indeed, it has been called the "Phoenix city" for the many wars it has gone through. With a population of around 1.7 million, the first known historical reference to Warsaw was in the early 1300s, back with Krakow was the capital. At the dawn of the 19th century, Warsaw was was a prominent city in the Prussian Empire, part of Poland's ever-shifting borders. A city of great history, Warsaw has a thriving tourism industry. Travelers to Warsaw will be pleased to learn that Hotels.com has all of the Warsaw Hotels options that they will ever need. Use Hotels.com's search box to pull up a multitude of options for accommodations, and if it makes you feel overwhelmed, don't fret - Hotels.com provides an excellent guest rating system for each prospective hotel. Hotels.com provides potential guests with a generous amount of interior photographs for each hotel and they has an advanced search system where users can narrow down their search of hotels by star rating or by price.
What's Warsaw Like?
Warsaw has a lot of attractions for the tourist to consider. A lot of individuals enjoy touring the Old Town area. They enjoy following the trails of the famous people that lived there and reliving the Warsaw Uprising that occurred during World War II in 1944. Along these same lines, a lot of first-time visitors enjoy visiting the Warsaw Uprising Monument and the Warsaw Uprising Museum dedicated to the rebellion and the horrors that Poland had to go through at the hands of the Third Reich. Individuals who visit Old Town Warsaw will also need to see the Syrenka Mermaid statue. The piece is not just a symbol of great craftsmanship, but a symbol of the city itself. One of the things that a Warsaw visitor will notice is that Mermaid statues are everywhere in Warsaw. The motto on Warsaw's coat-of-arms, appropriately enough, is "It defies the storms". Travelers can also tour the Royal Laziensky Park, which features monuments to Polish Composer Fredric Chopin and famous Polish King Jan Sobieski, who ruled from 1674 to 1696. Warsaw has at different times been the capital of Poland, and has also been a puppet state of the French government during the time of Napoleon. Interestingly enough, it was also the capital from 1807-1813 of the Grand Duchy of Warsaw, a gesture of Napoleon to restore the Polish state.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Warsaw
After getting a room in one of Hotels.com's many Warsaw Hotels, you will want to explore. There are some important things to know about Polish culture and the nature of the great city of Warsaw. Ask hotel staff to order a taxi for you, just make sure to get the name and number of the taxi, as getting a taxi in Warsaw can be a bit tricky, as not all taxis are honest. Finally, be sure to budget a little extra in order to buy bottled water while you are in Warsaw because they have poor tap water. Pole Mokotowskie Park is an area popular with the locals where a lot of people enjoy roller skating. Wodny Park at Warszawianka sporting complex at 4 Merliniego Street offers visitors an excellent indoor Olympic-size swimming pool where they can enjoy a nice, leisurely swim and spend the day in the water. Enjoy your stay in Warsaw!
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