Local Travel

Whether you come to Warsaw on a business trip, for a science conference, or as a tourist, this city has everything that a modern European capital could offer. Dynamic commercial and office centre, friendly public transport (bike sharing system Veturilo and one ticket for the metro, trams, buses and trains within the city), vibrant cultural life – these are just some of the elements, which make Warsaw a perfect embodiment of changes that have taken place in Poland in the past 25 years. The city is an open home for active and creative people from all over the country. But it is hard to forget about history, especially that complex: almost total destruction of the city during WWII, post-war reconstruction and the years of communism. That is why today’s Warsaw is an intriguing mixture of past and present, where traces of former communities or monumental soc-realist buildings are neighbouring with new skyscrapers. 

Wondering what to see in Warsaw? Begin your time travel with the unique Faras Gallery in the National Museum. Relax in the beautiful park from the Classical era, the Royal Łazienki Park. 1/4 of Warsaw area comprises of fields, parks, green squares and lush gardens. Discover the city of Fryderyk Chopin - one of the greatest composers and pianists of the 19th century. The world’s largest collection of Chopin memorabilia can be found in the Fryderyk Chopin Museum. Explore the multimedia-filled Warsaw Rising Museum and let the youngest Old Town in Europe (now on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List) charm you. Two Rembrandt’s paintings are part of the Lanckoroński Collection in the Royal Castle. Rest in the shadow of lively The Palace of Culture and Science, unless you want to enter its 30th floor to admire the Warsaw’s panorama. Or maybe try one of the summertime beach bars on the banks of the Vistula River where you can enjoy the coolness of summer evenings away from the city traffic. Discover Warsaw full of contrasts and create your own sightseeing path through this unobvious city!
For more information about Warsaw’s attractions look here: http://wot.waw.pl/warsawcitybreaks/ 

Warsaw by Night

See the magical city of Warsaw by night. First you will admire the amazing panorama from the top of the Palace of Culture and Science. Then you will visit the House of Vodka, offering 360 kinds of this special drink, to have a taste and get to know the history of the production process. After that you will enjoy an evening on the Vistula riverside (picnic or clubbing).

20
4h
Friday night

Contact:
HAXEL EVENTS & INCENTIVE
www.haxel.eu

(+48) 605 425 905
(+48) 22 742 04 55

Night Warsaw River Cruise

Take a night cruise along the queen of Polish rivers. See Warsaw after sunset: illuminat‑ ed bridges and buildings, the busy Vistula boulevards, the Royal Castle, the Old Town panorama, the moving lights of the National Stadium and quiet nature on the right bank – even fireworks if you are lucky. All this on the comfortable, brand new, exclusive boats with heating, refreshments and Wi‑Fi. Dependent on seasonal regulations.

2-12
1h
Saturday night

Contact:
www.po-wisle.pl

(+48) 536 777 536

Warsaw River Cruise

Cruise the Vistula in brand new, comfortable and exclusive boats with sun deck, refreshments, heating and Wi‑Fi. The trip offers spectacular views of the Old Town, the Powiśle district, Copernicus Science Centre, the Warsaw Mermaid, the National Stadium, “Fat Katy” water station, Warsaw bridges, wild beaches and incredible nature (even beavers if you’re lucky).

2-12
1h
Sunday

Contact:
www.po-wisle.pl 
 
(+48) 536 777 536 

Warsaw Harbours

See Warsaw harbours from the water. Some of them have not changed for the last 40 years (Port Praski), while others have been renewed to become a modern place to live and do water sports (Port Czerniakowski). You will see the contrast and impressive history, including a panorama of the Old Town, Copernicus Science Centre, the Warsaw Mermaid and the National Stadium.

2-12
1-1,5h
 Sunday

Contact:
www.po-wisle.pl 
 
(+48) 536 777 536