Warsaw has always been an active center of the Jewish community, as well as an important center of the arts, culture and politics in Europe.
Learn more about the people who have shaped society with a privately guided visit to some of Warsaw’s finest museums, including the new POLIN - the Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
Often overlooked, Warsaw is a phoenix that has risen out of the ashes of immense carnage to emerge as a vibrant, contemporary and edgy European capital. Its eclectic architectural style reflects the different influences throughout the ages. In Old Town Warsaw, tall church steeples, colorful houses, and narrow cobble-stoned lanes give way to the newer part of the city and a larger more contemporary skyline. Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings have been exquisitely restored to their former glory in the post World War II era, while more recent construction reflects Warsaw’s cosmopolitan vibe.
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