Almost 2 million people make their home in Warsaw, Poland’s capital and location of some of Europe’s most important and tragic events in history. Visitors on a trip to Warsaw will find a mix of historic houses, reconstructed palaces, gothic architecture and Soviet design.
As the largest city in Poland, Warsaw enjoys excellent connections to the rest of Europe, which makes it an ideal destination for business travelers. The city has 3 large railway stations and a bus station which serve both domestic and international travellers. Just 10km from the city centre is Warsaw’s Chopin Airport, well served by flights from around the world.