Warsaw Travel Guide

Articles about Warsaw

By Travel + Leisure Staff
By Adam McCulloch
Each year, Copenhagen’s Tivoli Gardens transforms into a winter wonderland with twinkling lights, children’s shows, and plenty of glogg. November 20–December 30. For more than 60 years, the 700 block of West 34th Street in Baltimore (dubbed Chris...
By Nina Darnton
Twenty years ago my husband, John, and I, both journalists, moved to Warsaw with our two young daughters to cover Communist Poland. Two days after our arrival, we took a drive through Warsaw's beautiful Old Town, on the banks of the Vistula River,...
Here, five new properties to shake up Europe's hotel scene. BRIGHTON The 71-room Alias Hotel Seattle (Brighton Marina, England; 44-1273/679-799; www.aliasseattle.com; doubles from $170) brings crisp modernity to the hip Brighton Marina. Rooms ...
By Kristine Ziwica
Warsaw is not the "new Prague"—the next cheap and chic Eastern European playground—and it doesn't want to be. The political and creative forces reshaping post-Communist Warsaw have no intention of cashing in on a tired marketing ploy. Instead, the...

Hotels in Warsaw

Hotel Rialto is an ornate masterpiece in the heart of Warsaw. Polish ?rm DOM Architektury combed the antiques shops of Europe to secure authentic period pieces from the early 20th century.

Restaurants in Warsaw