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Warsaw Uprising Museum

Warsaw Uprising Museum

The Warsaw Uprising Museum is a fitting testament to the men, women and children who courageously took up arms against the Nazis to try and reclaim their freedom. It’s a chapter in history that is little known outside of Poland but for many Poles the Warsaw Uprising embodied the fighting spirit and defiance of the […]

Urban beaches in Poland

Urban beaches in Poland

Poland’s Baltic coastline is a hidden gem and if you get the chance to see it then you should but this northern coastline is the only part of Poland where you can enjoy the sea and sand…….or is it ? In recent years urban beaches in Poland have become more and more popular. The cities […]

Warsaw – H15 Boutique hotel

Warsaw – H15 Boutique hotel

Ok. perhaps not the catchiest of names but don’t let that put you off. This is one of the newest hotels in the city and what once used to be a Russian embassy has now been beautifully restored and converted to luxury apartments and rooms. Located in the centre of the city and within walking […]

Warsaw – Polonia Palace Hotel

Warsaw – Polonia Palace Hotel

Having personally stayed in this hotel several times I cannot recommend it highly enough. One of the oldest hotels in the city it remarkably survived the Nazis destruction of the city in 1944 and was the only hotel left standing after the war. It has a rich history having hosted many famous guests from Polish […]

Warsaw – Temat Rzeka

Warsaw – Temat Rzeka

You could be forgiven for not expecting Warsaw to have a beach bar especially that Warsaw is hundreds of miles away from the coast but then again why should that stop you enjoying the vibe of a beach side bar ? The Temat Rzeka bar is a bar and club that has been built next […]

Warsaw – Panorama Sky Bar

Warsaw – Panorama Sky Bar

Location isn’t the only thing that matters when it comes to reviewing a great bar or restaurant but sometimes the location is jaw droppingly stunning that it’s impossible to ignore…………..welcome to the Panorama Sky Bar. Found on the 40th floor of the Hotel Marriott the Panorama Sky Bar offers amazing views of the city. Some […]

Warsaw – Senses

Warsaw – Senses

Senses was very recently awarded only the second Michelin star to a Polish restaurant (the other being Atelier Amaro). The chef, Andrea Camastra, is passionate about experimenting with different combinations of flavours and his menu draws heavily on typical Polish cuisine but also stretches into more mainstream European foods such as sea urchin, lobster and […]

Warsaw – Atelier Amaro

Warsaw – Atelier Amaro

Not only regarded as one of the best restaurants in Warsaw but also in Poland, the Atelier Amaro  was the first restaurant in the country to be awarded a coveted Michelin star. Considering that there is only one other restaurant in the country with a Michelin star then you start to get an idea as to the quality you […]

Warsaw – InAzia

Warsaw – InAzia

If you love Asian/Oriental cuisine then this is hands down the best place in town. Based within the Sheraton Hotel in the city centre, InAzia may not be able to offer the best atmosphere in terms of décor and furnishings due to being located inside the hotel itself but the location is very central. Don’t […]

Warsaw – Arkadia

Warsaw – Arkadia

Warsaw has an abundance of shopping malls and Arkadia is arguably the most popular. One of the largest shopping malls in Central Europe at over 287,000 square metres you can expect to find practically anything at Arkadia. The place even has it’s own micro brewery which brings a whole new meaning to the phrase “shop […]

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