Warsaw Hotel and Room Reservations
Warsaw Hotels Reservation including – Warszawa Hotels, River Vistula Hotels, Europejski Hotel, Novotel Centrum Hotel, Novotel Hotel Warsaw, Jan III Sobieski Hotel, Grand Hotel and Vera Hotel.
Le Regina Hotel Koscielna 12 Warsaw
This 5 star hotel has 58 rooms and is situated in the New Town; a prestigious part of Warsaw's historical Old Town district. It is the first and only hotel in this area, which is also home to The Royal Castle, The National Opera House, Old Town Square, and the Umschlagplatz.
Warsaw City Tours
Find & Book a wide range of sightseeing tours in Warsaw and other Polish cities online.
Accommodation in Warsaw
Hotels, apartments, pensions and hostels
Apartments & Hotels in Warsaw Poland
Cosy and cheap apartments in Warsaw city centre and old town. Professional service and home atmosphere. The best hotel alternative.
Apartments in Warsaw
Apartments in Warsaw - Old Town and the city centre.
Apartments in Warsaw
Modern, completely equipped apartments located in the Old Town and the city centre - a perfect alternative to a hotel room, best location and a competitive price.
The official website of the City of Warsaw
The City of Warsaw is the cultural, entertainment and financial capital of the Poland. The city is home to more than 1,6 million people and is the centre one of the most dynamic cental european regions.
Warsaw - hotels
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Warsaw - wikipedia
Warsaw is the capital of Poland and its largest city. Its population as of 2006 was estimated at 1,700,536, with a metropolitan area of approximately 2,900,000 to 3,000,000 people. Warsaw straddles the Vistula River. It is located in the heartland of the Masovian Plain, and its average altitude is 100 metres (330 ft) above sea level, although there are some hills (mostly artificial) located within the confines of the city.
Warsaw - wikitravel
It is often said that Warsaw bears some resemblance to the mythical Phoenix. Having been completely destroyed, the city somehow managed to lift itself from the ashes. In the aftermath of the 1944 Uprising against the Nazis, Warsaw was obliterated with 9 out of every 10 buildings crumbled in ruins. At the end of World War II (1939-45) it was virtually uninhabited, yet with a tremendous reconstruction effort, most of the city was rebuilt as early as the 1950s.
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