Welcome to Warsaw, where old and new come together.
Look around the streets of Warsaw, Poland, and you’ll get a sense of its detailed past.
In Poland’s largest city, restored Gothic, traditional communist, and modern glass structures sit side by side. Although the city saw destruction toward the end of World War II, it has preserved and expanded on its historic offerings, providing travelers today with a fascinating mix of old and new.
In fact, its architectural gems, natural sights, and entertainment offerings have made the destination increasingly popular with travelers. Skyscanner reports that the city is now the 15th most searched in the world.
Scroll through these photos that show the beauty — and the variety — of Warsaw, and you're sure to find yourself soon booking a trip.