WHY WARSAW?

Warsaw is a vibrant, open and friendly city. Perfect for a weekend for single travellers, couples and families, it attracts tourists from around the world with a unique mix of tradition and modernity. It offers excellent entertainment, diverse cuisine, unique historical monuments and lots of greenery. There is always a lot going on in Warsaw: great concerts, extraordinary exhibitions and huge events . However if you are not into hustle and bustle of a big city, you can find tranquility in one of many spectacular parks.

Warsaw is a place where history meets progress, nature surrounds motorways and the Vistula river flows slowly not being disturbed by hustle and bustle of the city.

Old Town

Warsaw’s Old Town is the jewel in the Polish capital’s crown. It delights visitors with its colourful tenement houses and the unique atmosphere of its narrow streets. It is no wonder that it has been entered on the UNESCO World Heritage list!

Here also are located our apartments – Ego Apartments Old Town

It is a great starting point to visit other Warsaw attractions

Trakt Krolewski (the Royal Route)

undoubtedly the most beautiful part of the city, encompassing five connecting streets on which many culturally important buildings and monuments are located. It starts on the edge of the Old Town and stretches for over a mile. After touring the UNESCO-listed Old Town, head along Krakowskie Przedmieściestreet (check out the University of Warsaw’s campus and the Polish Academy of Sciences), then onto the swanky Nowy Swiat street (great for bars and cafés), down Aleje Ujazdowskie (check out the Three Crosses Square with St Alexander’s Church) and end at the famous Royal Lazienki Park.

Lazienki Royal Park

This biggest and most charming park in the whole of Warsaw was designed in the 17th century in the Baroque style. The park is home to a number of palaces (including the main Palace on the Water ) a neoclassical amphitheater and orangeries. Often in summer, there are free yoga and meditation classes in the park.

Vistula Boulevards

Recently, the Wisła (Vistula) River bank has become a trendy meeting place with a cultural addition to it. The new beach pavilion and café space Plażowa hosts a cycle of concerts called ‘Miejskie granie’ (‘urban playing’) performed by best young musicians. And the great thing about these concerts is that they are free. Plażowa also provides an outdoor theater and cinema, a swimming pool for children, a renting point for sport and beach accessories, as well as many cafés and bars.

Wilanow

With so much of pre-war Warsaw destroyed there are few places to experience what this must have been like more than at Wilanow’s palace and gardens.

The ‘Polish Versailles’ is just one of the few. Wilanów is more than just a palace – it represents an era from which much has been lost. The palace, park and surrounding ensemble of buildings represent the height of Polish Baroque. The complex is one of Poland’s greatest national treasures.The sprawling 45-hectare setting is also full of things to do, from visiting the superb Poster Museum next door to renting a rowboat on the palace’s lake. If the weather’s good and you’ve got time to spare, it’s easy to spend an entire and thoroughly rewarding day here.

Panarama of Warsaw from Palace of Culture and Science

Warsaw’s iconic must-see building is the Palace of Culture and Science. It was a ‘gift’ from Stalin back in the Communist era and has divided opinion among the city’s residents. Love it or hate it, the building is pretty hard to miss. For sublime views of the city, buy a ticket and head to the viewing platform on the 30th floor, via the lift. The building itself has a theatre and cinema inside it and hosts regular events.

About us

We are friendly local Varsovians who want to share our city to you in a way we see it, full of leafy areas, good music and tasty food. Enjoy our city with us.

We love Warsaw

Yes, we do and we hope you’ll fall in love with this fantastic place where the history mixes with modernity.

Accommodation

We offer fantastic modern apartments in the heart of Warsaw – picturesque and historic Old Town, or any other place of your choice. We are in cooperation with booking.com

Airport Transfers

We’ll help you get to and from in any way you prefer, either by public transport or a taxi.

Any payment methods

You can pay by cash, cards or money transfers.

Testimonials

I found the place by accident, attracted by the shop window. I do recommend it! The staff is very friendly and gave me excellent advice on Warsaw’s attractions and most importantly where to eat and where to have fun. They also provide all the services that you would need while travelling. Bookings, luggage storage… you name it you get it. And they also have a great selection of souvenirs to take home. Well done!

Oskar

Na warszawskiej mapie pojawił się ciekawy punkt. Jest to miejsce bardzo pomocne turystom. Można wykupić wycieczkę albo bilet do teatru, dowiedzieć się, jakie są czasowe atrakcje w mieście i okolicy, zamówić auto lub przewodnika. Jednocześnie można też kupić pamiątki, inne niż dookoła na Starówce. Ja kupiłam oryginalną pocztówkę, ale spodobały mi się „warszawskie” skarpetki. Polecam, dwie panie wewnątrz bardzo miłe i pomocne!

Agnieszka