Warsaw is a major political, social and regional entity in Poland. It combines the old historical Poland with the new emerging Poland. As such, Warsaw culture symbolizes the past and the future of Poland. A visit to Warsaw is a chance to see a microcosm of the entire country. Consider spending at least a weekend in Warsaw. You can explore the regional forests or walk besides any of three rivers: the Bug, the Narew and the Vistula. You may chose to go to Chopin’s house and museum in Zelazowa Wola or visit Plock, Nidzica or Hawa. Check with EasyToBook.com for hotel suggestions in the region. If you decide on the city of Warsaw, look into the different options involved in Warsaw tourism.
Some people arrive to see one of the many Warsaw attractions - the Warsaw Mermaid. Others come to see different Warsaw sights including the Gothic St. John’s Church, the Royal Summer Residence, the former Warsaw Ghetto and Insurgent’s Square. Other things to do in Warsaw include shopping near the Palace of Culture and Science and attending the opera at Teatr Wielki.