Warsaw is polish capital. Definitely it’s a city worth to explore. In such a big city it might be easy to miss some interesting places. To avoid such possiblity it’s good to consider to go for organised sightseeing trip.
Warsaw city tour (http://www.warsawcitytours.info/tours/professional-guide-services – wciśnij na link nasz link) becomes more and more popular. Travellers want to make sure that they will see all the significant places and get to know some history. Warsaw’s history is really particular and uncommon. In the previous times the city went through not only glorious years, but was on the edge total destruction caused by Swedish, Russian and german cityzents. The most touching part of the polish capital’s history was the Second World War. Nazist planned destruction of the capital of Poland before the start of war. The first bombs felt on Warsaw already on 1 September 1939. Since October 1940, the Nazist had been transporting Warsaw’s entire Jewish population (several hundred thousand, some 30% of the city) to the Warsaw Ghetto. They herded c. 500,000 people on the area of c. 2.6 square kilometres. Warsaw tourist guides can explain you more about those times during the special “Jewish Tour. You can also go to the Warsaw Uprising Museum to find more information about war. Another interesting place is the magnificent POLIN – Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
The capital of Poland is not only popular due to hard history. Warsaw (warsaw tours) tourist guides can tell you a lot of beautiful stories about polish monarchs and presidents. For a glimpse of Warsaw’s Imperial beauty, you should visit Łazienki Park and Palace & Wilanów Palace – dubbed ‘The Polish Versailles.’
obviously you have to go to city centre. The capital’s defining landmark definitelly is the Palace of Culture and Science.
The building tower is more than 231 metres in height – making it the tallest and biggest structure in Poland.
Warsaw – the lergest city in Poland, with long history and culture. Come and explore the city! You won’t regret!