Welcome to Welge Travel Report's guide to the best of Warsaw. WTR's Warsaw map shows you the location of Fryderyh Chopin Museum and The Wilanow Palace .
WTR's Carlota Cuisine describes the signature dish at The Belvedere and what to order at Restaurant Stary Dom.
Welge Travel Report Notables in Warsaw
Getting around Warsaw
Public transportation in Warsaw
WTR's Tony Transit says the best site for information for public transportation in Warsaw is (ztm.waw.pl/).
People Watching Areas in Warsaw
Our Francois Flaneur says the best "PW" is at Royal tazienki, Warsaw University Library, Vistula Beaches and Bryeska St.
Beverages in Warsaw
WTR's Larry Lager says Polish beer is the beverage of choice, right after vodka. Our Knight Kap says the best is Kita Koguta.
Dining in Warsaw
Our Carlota Cuisine says the best dining is at- Restaurant Polska Rozana - L & D: Daily, Chocimska 7, 48 22 848 12 25
On a 5 point scale this is a 10! Fresh flowers, soft lights and piano with traditional Polish cuisine.
Nightlife/Entertainment areas in Warsaw
WTR's Shauna Showtime says the best nightlife is at Pl Pilsudskiego and Pl. Teatralny
Shopping areas in Warsaw
Our Shari Shopper says the best shopping streets areas lie in the maze of streets between the Palace of Culture and Science and swanky Ulica Nowy Świat. The eastern end of Aleje Jerozolimskie and the southern part of Ulica Marszałkowska are also god bets. Check out the restored Ulica Chmielna too.
Business Information for Warsaw
Here is help in regard to your business in Warsaw : (wbj.pl/)
Exchange Rates (http://www.x-rates.com/)
Recognition for Warsaw
We extend special thanks to the people who manage and/or own the institutions, museums and restaurants featured in our guides. In some instances we have relied on their descriptions and photos.
Lagniappe for Warsaw
WTR's Ernie Exhibit provides information on special current exhibitions for our featured museums such as: Museum of Modern Art
Now to May 6, 2018 see Edi Hila - Painter of Transformation
Edi Hila’s exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw fits within a series of exhibitions devoted to overlooked artists from Eastern Europe. Over the past few years we have prepared monographic exhibitions of Ion Grigorescu, Július Koller and Mária Bartuszová, and carried out projects with Sanja Iveković and Tomislav Gotovac. But this project extends beyond scholarly curiosity or historical necessity. The reason we are addressing Hila’s oeuvre at this time is the acute currency of an artist who refused to be deceived by the trappings of the transformation, always tracing the subcutaneous threats it carried with it.