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Warsaw in General

Warsaw – the capital of Poland. This amazing city is full of contrasts, question marks and surprises. It will excite and inspire you.

Live in Warsaw!

We would like you to accept our invitation and experience what it’s like to be a Varsovian. So, sit back, relax and feel right at home, because this fabulous city has a plethora of fascinating features.


Zofia and Jan in the lead
Julia is not as popular as two years ago. Zofia reached the top rank on the list of the most popular names given to children in Warsaw last year. The results for boys do not come as a surprise. Jan is still the leader of the ranking of the most popular names.
Let “Pożar” (”The Fire”) be a warning
Extinguishing burning oil with water, covering ventilation shafts or overloading electrical installations might result in a fire. “The Fire” is also a title of Warsaw’s educational film which educates Warsaw schoolchildren on how to behave in order to prevent fire hazards.
What do Varsovians lose? Where to find and collect your belongings?
A large number of documents, watches, mobile phones, wallets, laptops and e-book readers, as well as money are brought to the Warsaw Lost & Found Office each year. 9,700 items were deposited there in 2018, and 9,800 items in 2017.

Visit Warsaw

Warsaw is a city full of astonishing contrasts and it never ceases to amaze with its magnitude of dimensions and themes, which are there to be discovered, absorbed and understood by the inquisitive.

Invest in Warsaw

The largest office market in Poland, stable economic situation, city’s ambitious investment policy and well-educated inhabitants – these are only few reason why it is worth to invest in Warsaw.

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