Golden Tulip Warsaw Hotel nearby tourist attractions
Warsaw, Poland’s capital since 1918, is a stunning city full of charm, culture and character. The Old Town is a good place to start, and this World Heritage site has a lot to offer in terms of history and culture. Here, you will see the Royal Castle, the Presidential Palace and the University of Warsaw, which are all important places in Warsaw’s past and present. The museums in Warsaw are not to be missed. Some of the local galleries include the Museum of Posters, which was the first of its kind in the world, and boasts one of the largest collections of art posters in the world. The National Museum has a comprehensive art collection, ranging from Egyptian paintings to Italian and Dutch collections and 16th-century Polish works.
Frédéric Chopin is one of Warsaw’s most famous personalities, and everywhere you turn you will be sure to find something dedicated to him. Some of the best places to visit are the Fryderyk Chopin museum which is housed in the Ostrogsky Palace. It includes manuscripts, photographs and a library, and the grandeur of the Palace makes for a beautiful background.
Following all the joys that are to be discovered in Warsaw, it will undoubtedly be time to find a good local restaurant. The local specialities are not to be missed, and include dishes such as kielbasa (Polish sausages) or bigos, a type of stew, so there’s sure to be something for everyone. Book your stay at the Golden Tulip Warsaw Centre Hotel and start planning!