Krakowskie Przedmiecie (the Krakow suburb) runs south from Castle Square and forms the first part of the 4km Royal Way that ... More
Krakowskie Przedmiecie (the Krakow suburb) runs south from Castle Square and forms the first part of the 4km Royal Way that leads from the Royal Castle to Lazienki Palace, the royal summer residence. It is one of Warsaw's most elegant and lively streets and you are sure to find something of interest as you wander down. There are exquisite 17th and 18th century residences and burgher houses, churches, palaces and monuments galore, as well as many places for shopping, eating and drinking. This is especially pleasant in the summer when many cafes overflow onto the pavement and more often than not there is an open-air festival or concert taking place.
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 ...
Now a well established Warsaw favorite, it remains special in many ways. The cafe is high ceilinged, with windows facing
one of Warsaw's most famous streets. The tables are modern and stylish and there is a wonderful sunny patio ...
The four star Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel, famous for its individual style and excellent cuisine, is ideally located for business
travelers with convenient access to all relevant business districts.The hotel is conveniently located, just 1 km away from Warsaw's ...