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Warsaw is a sprawling city brimming with energy. It’s hard to believe that it was left in ruins after WWII: it’s still being rebuilt to this day. There’s more to Warsaw than shiny office blocks, looming communist buildings, and the colourful old town. Travellers who scratch the surface can expect to be rewarded with excellent museums, quirky shops, and a vibrant nightlife.

Warsaw is a huge city, so it would be impossible to see everything during one trip. It’s a good idea to have a plan of what you want to see and do before you visit. Everything is quite spread out, so you prepare to make the most of the public transport system.

Most of the hotels in Warsaw can be found in the inner city, or Śródmieście. There are plenty of palaces, museums, parks, and theatres here, so it’s a great base for travellers who like to be in the heart of the action. In this neighbourhood you can get the best view of Warsaw from the observation deck of the Palace of Culture and Science, admire the iconic paintings in the National Museum, and pay your respects at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

More accommodation can be found in the Wola district, to the west. Once a rough and ready industrial neighbourhood, Wola is fast becoming a commercial powerhouse in its own right. There are plenty of restaurants and nightclubs, but the neighbourhood is better known for its history and culture. The acclaimed Warsaw Rising Museum is in this district, as are some of the city’s most interesting graveyards and monuments.

Trendy travellers should head across the river to the Saska Kępa neighbourhood. The Parisian inspired streets have been attracting Poland’s bohemian crowd for years. The area is a popular haunt for local musicians, artists, and writers. There are hidden restaurants, beautiful parks, and independent art galleries. There’s also a burgeoning nightlife scene, with quite a few hotspots opening their doors over the past few years. It’s just a ten minute tram ride from the city centre, too.

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