is a city full of astonishing contrasts and it never ceases to amaze with its magnitude of dimensions and themes, which are there to be discovered, absorbed and understood by the inquisitive. The largest city of Poland (and its capital), is known as the city of palaces, royal gardens and grand parks.
The Old Town with the Royal Castle and The Market Square
with welcoming outdoor terraces, are intriguing places to sit back with a Polish beer (try a refreshing Zywiec
). Many parks and green districts represent perfect places to relax after a history and culture-filled day and provide tourist attractions such as Chopin's Monument
, the Royal Summer Residence - Łazienki Park
and The Tomb of The Unknown Soldier