Positioned on the outer circle of Warsaw's charming castle district, Podwale Street is the ideal spot for shutterbugs ... More
Positioned on the outer circle of Warsaw's charming castle district, Podwale Street is the ideal spot for shutterbugs wishing to capture the medley of colorful houses and churches that make up this royal region. Starting from the Castle Square (Plac Zamkowy), the street encircles the brick-built Old Town wall of the complex, boasting beautifully restored buildings that house a range of restaurants, art galleries and beauty boutiques. A dinner date on Podwale means a choice of Prohibicja, a theatrical actor-owned establishment offering hearty Central European fare, or Honoratka, an underground all-Polish restaurant operating since 1826 or Podwale-Kompania Piwna, which serves portions of mostly meat-based meals with lots of beer. - Anna J. Kutor
The University of Warsaw was established in 1816 by merging two existing schools to form a university comprising of five
departments; Theology, Law and Administration, Medicine, Philosophy and Fine Arts and Science. Its buildings are located all along Krakowskie ...
Smack dab in the heart of Warsaw, just off Chmielna Street, Mamaison Residence Diana has raised the bar for trendy
urban luxury on Warsaw's hotel scene. Everything in this five story building is designed to give guests a real ...
This elegant, classical building has been the presidential seat since Lech Walêsa moved here from the Belvedere in 1994. Two
monumental events in recent Polish history took place here the signing of the Warsaw Treaty in 1955 and the ...