Dear visitors,

As you are probably aware, travelling to Poland is currently prohibited for foreign travellers and will remain so until 31 March, unless advised otherwise.
For those of you who are in Warsaw at the moment, we kindly inform you that in order to limit the spreading of 2019-nCoV virus, all cultural events in Warsaw have been cancelled and cultural institutions, libraries, nurseries, kindergartens and schools are closed. Restaurants, cafes and bars are also closed while some offer a takeaway service.
To reduce the risk of infection, sanitary services recommend strict compliance with hygiene rules and limiting social contacts to those necessary, especially for the elderly and those with reduced immunity (e.g. chronically ill). Below you will find the most important recommendations on this topic prepared by the Polish Ministry of Health.
Stay safe and healthy, we hope to see you in Warsaw before too long!

If it is your first visit in Warsaw, discover the most interesting spots to see the real essence of the city.

Discover the city of Chopin, one of the world’s great composers, who was born and raised in Warsaw.

Trace the story of Warsaw’s Jewish community – visit the Ghetto Wall, the Nożyk Synagogue…

Discover the architectural heritage of socialist-realism with a visit to the Palace of Culture and Science…

Warsaw is a salubrious destination because a quarter of the city is made up of green areas.

Discover spectacular illuminations of historic buildings and monuments, churches and bridges. 

For centuries, Praga has been diverse in terms of culture, ethnicity and religion.

If you want to take a break from sightseeing why not take a bike ride along the Vistula boulevards…