Masovian
Warsaw
Highly recommended
Warsaw The Essential
Highly recommended
Capital of the present Polish Republic, since the fire that destroyed the royal castle of de Cracow in 1596, Warsaw (in Polish Warszawa, from the name of two lovers on whom a mediaeval fable confers the role of the city's founders) is located in the Centre-East of the country, in the heart of the Mazovian plain. This is crossed from South to North by the Vistula, the river from which a mermaid, now the city's emblem, is said to have appeared, convincing our two lovers of the destiny awaiting this place.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Warsaw
Palac Kultury i Nauki
Palac Kultury i Nauki
This huge edifice stands at the heart of
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Lazienkowski Park
Lazienkowski Park
A former hunting ground of King
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Lazienski Palace
Lazienski Palace
This neo-Classical building was built
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Warsaw Old Town
Warsaw Old Town
The Old Town (completely rebuilt to its
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Old Town Market Square
Old Town Market Square
The market square is one of the Old Town
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Wilanow Palace
Wilanow Palace
The Wilanow Palace was used as a summer
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