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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.

Highlights

The ceremonious opening of Józefa Rotblata Square
The lawn on the corner of Smocza and Nowolipki St. is now called Józefa Rotblata Square, named after a Nobel prize winner from Warsaw, an outstanding physicist and the leader of Pugwash, scientists’ pacifist movement. It is a symbolic place, as until 1943, this was a site of a tenement house where the scientist spent his childhood and early adulthood.
Taxis for insurgents
Warsaw is launching a new service for those who fought in the Warsaw Uprising. We are introducing free transport services which will make it easier for them to move around the city. The insurgents are entitled to four taxi rides a month free-of-charge.
Warsaw 19115 has been serving the residents for 5 years!
4 November marked the fifth anniversary of the launch of the Warsaw 19115 City Contact Centre, a service which has been used by Warsaw residents 2 million times so far. It is available 24/7.

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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