Uncover the Polish capital on short breaks to Warsaw, where medieval majesty and 20th-century drama meet in charming harmony.
Even the old is new in Warsaw. The Old Town's narrow, cobbled streets and open square with its mermaid statue were lovingly restored after being ravaged during World War II. The red Royal Palace and the colourful city houses' tall, playful façades contrast with the OTT Palace of Science and Culture, the tallest building in Poland.
Best of Warsaw city breaks for...
- Families: Let the kids run riot through leafy Lazienki Park, giving you time to explore King Stanislaw II's exquisite Water Palace.
- Romance: The heart of Warsaw's favourite musical son, Chopin, is encased within a column in the Holy Cross Church. Hear it beat in his truly-madly-deeply romantic music at Ostrogski Palace's Chopin Museum.
- Relaxing: Eat al fresco along the New Town's wide boulevards as the world rushes by.