Virtual tour of Warsaw

Prices, tourist places and fun facts about the Polish capital.

 
As glorious Kiev is known to every Pole, so every Ukrainian knows the famous Warsaw. Gorgeous and inimitable, Warsaw is spread on the Vistula. Today, modernism and luxury of classical palaces are harmoniously combined here, the past is intertwined with the future, traditions with innovations. We offer to go together on a virtual trip around this city, what is the cost, what to see and what is definitely worth doing when you arrive in Warsaw.
 

A little about prices

 
Regarding pricing, probably everyone knows that you need to change your money in zloty. You can come with dollars or euros and change on the spot. If you change the hryvnia, then for 1 zloty you will have to pay 6.53 hryvnias (as of 08/12/2019). If equated to the dollar, then 1 zloty costs 0.26 dollars. From Kiev to Warsaw, you can come by bus (ticket price - from 550 UAH per one), by train (from 465 hryvnia for one ticket) or fly by plane (ticket price starts from 1270 UAH for one).
 
Now about housing. Do not exclude from the list such an option as hostels. This is approximately 30 zl per day per bed in a 6-10 bed room. Of course, you can immediately rent a room for a long period (from 450 PLN per month for one person) or an apartment as a whole (one-room apartment - from 1400 PLN a month). Regarding food prices: products can be freely bought at the supermarket. Here prices are from 0.5 to 12 zlotys (black bread -0.6 zl, apples - 2.5 zl / kg, eggs - 3.5 zl / dec, milk - 2 zl / liter). If you are too lazy to cook, you can eat in a cafe. The average bill will be approximately PLN 30 per one.
 

So what to see?

 

Royal Palace

This masterpiece of Polish architecture was built in 1598. Since then, it has become a real treasure not only in Warsaw, but also in Poland as a whole. It had a pentagonal shape, stood on an artificial elevation and stood out by a sigismund tower, the height of which reached 60 meters. Throughout its history, the building has undergone not only robberies, but also merciless destruction. The greatest damage was caused during the Second World War, when it was almost wiped off the face of the earth. But in 1971, it was decided not only to restore the artifact, but also to give it the maximum initial appearance. Today there is a museum that can be visited for 22 zlotys for an adult, 15 zlotys for a student, and a child under 16 for 1 zlotys. You can find it on Zamkova Square, 4. Works: Mon-Wed, Fri, Sat - from 10:00 to 18:00, Thu - from 10:00 to 20:00, Sun - from 11:00 to 18:00.
 

Old city

To come to Warsaw not to be here is a real crime. Here you can feel the spirit of “real” Polish Warsaw. Cozy lovely courtyards, houses, cobblestone streets lined up between houses that are located on the banks of one of the Vistula tributaries - the Kamyanka River. It is worth coming here and just being silent, listening, watching. Then the true spirit of the city will reveal to you its most secret secrets. Here, the traveler will be able to find the Market Square, where you can buy not only souvenirs, but also many other useful things.
 
Warsaw, like any other city, knows how to surprise. And so as not to just walk along its streets, try to implement the above recommendations and then even one day in this city risks becoming an unforgettable adventure.
 
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