Poland’s largest city and capital, Warsaw, still bears some of the scars of its Communist years but visitors will discover a vibrant city with a wealth of cultural attractions.

Warsaw’s Old Town is where the UNESCO World Heritage site, the Royal Castle, is situated as well as an abundance of other outstanding old buildings, including The Palace of Culture and Science, where the observation tower offers some of the best views of the city – a must for any visitor!

Warsaw is a truly unique city, where tradition meets modernity and where historical monuments and contemporary architecture coexist at every turn. This vibrant location offers up a wealth of opportunity whatever the focus of your tour.