Warsaw is a great holiday destination for history lovers. It is the capital and largest city of Poland located in the center-east of the country. It’s about 300 km from the Carpathian Mountains and 260 km from the Baltic Sea. Warsaw is divided by a river 1047 km long, Vistula, which is the longest river in Poland.
The Warsaw historical heart, which is part of the old town was considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980. Today it became the touristic center of the city with restaurants, cafes and art galleries.
It consists of a magnificent work of reconstruction of the original architecture. The contrast between the old town, the modern city and its historical museums make Warsaw a destination of great choice for those who love history of the World War II. On a short trip to Warsaw you will be able to stay where everything started and to know more about this Humanity’s period of life as well.