Major metropolis Warsaw. On both sides of the Vistula lies Warsaw, the capital of Poland. It is the center of the country in economic, political and cultural terms. The Warsaw Stock Exchange is one of the world's fastest growing exchanges. Numerous high-rise buildings and hotels make the important foundation for business in Central and Eastern Europe visible. As a result of this, there are many interesting exhibitions, for which the right fair is to be held for every taste. Because of the existing universities and academies there are as many students here. A large number of tourists are also welcome to visit the city. A comfortable hotel room in a comfortable hotel should be booked at the right time. In order to be able to explore the attractive city sufficiently, a few days more stay would certainly be appropriate.
From the appealing hotel to the fair. Events such as the EuroGastro as a trade fair for gastronomy and hotel industry, the Fila Expo Warsaw as an Eropaic trade fair for stamps, postcards, letters and philatelic articles as well as the Warsaw Build as an international trade fair for building materials and house technology are just a few of the huge and diverse selection. From the hotel's rooms it is outside the trade fair to visit the exciting sights of Warsaw. The simplest and most original method of sightseeing is the sightseeing, done with a charming retro bus. Or a driver shows the guests with a real socialist Polish car the highlights of the city outside the normal tourist paths. This works however also in the Alleingang. The taxi or public transport by bus and train brings the guest most comfortably to his destination.
After the exhibition discover Warsaw. The historic old town of Warsaw has been a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage since 1980. The center is the triangular square, in the center of which is the Kolumna Zygmunta, the Sigismund column. The ruin of the castle was built from 1971 to 1988 from donations once more faithfully. Next to it is the palace under the tin roof, which has its name due to the construction of the sheet metal roof. The Historical Museum of the City of Warsaw is just as recommendable as the visit of the beautiful churches, including the 15th-century Johanneskirche. For shopping, it is best to go to the Arcadia at the Rondo Radoslawa, which is the largest shopping center in Eastern Europe. Here there are around 200 shops and restaurants. The popular "Shoppingcity", as Warsaw is already mentioned, has yet more shopping malls and shops to offer like the noble boutiques in the old town and shopping streets like Nowy ?wiat, Chmielna and Marsza?kowska. Who wants to conquer the nightlife of the city, should already know exactly where he would like. The numerous pubs, clubs, bars, and discos are scattered throughout the city. If that seems too adventurous and strenuous, it is best to be in the immediate vicinity of the Metrostation Centrum, where there is also something going on everywhere.