Welcome to Warsaw’s city guide

ViewWarsaw.com is a new digital guide to Warsaw. Our goal is to show what’s best in Poland’s capital city to all the 10 million tourists and Poles who travel to Warsaw every year.

On our website ViewWarsaw.com, we help tourists and Warsaw locals find what’s best in the city when it comes to active life, shopping, accommodation, restaurants, bars, nightlife, events, attractions, and more.

Our online visitors will get offered only the best suggestions for Warsaw’s hot spots. This is why we always keep an eye on what is currently happening in the city and its vicinity.

Feel free to use our guide whenever you are looking for information about life in the city and enjoy your time spent in Warsaw!

Facts about Warsaw

  • Warsaw is on the 40th place in the ranking of European capital cities with the highest quality of life.
  • Foreign guests spend around 9,6 billion PLN a year in Warsaw.
  • Every year, 11,8 millions of accommodation options are booked in Warsaw
  • Most of the international visitors come from the United Kingdom, United States, Germany, Italy, and Spain.
  • Warsaw is the 7th biggest capital in the European Union.
  • Warsaw produces over 15% of Poland’s national revenue.
  • The city of Warsaw is 517 square kilometers.
  • The Frederique Chopin international airport located in Warsaw is the biggest airport in Poland in terms of the number passengers. In 2020, it served 5 473 000 passengers.
  • Warsaw’s official library was the first one in the world with its opening date in 1747.
  • The Old Town in Warsaw is on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
  • The Kereta House in Warsaw, designed by Polish architect Jakub Szczęsny, is considered the narrowest house in the world.
  • Warsaw is the only city in the EU that contains a natural reserve not far from its center – the Jeziorko Czerniakowskie.
  • Warsaw’s Lazienki Park is one of the largest palace and park complexes in Europe.
  • The Łazienki gardens in Warsaw is one of the biggest palace and park complex in Europe.
  • Warsaw has recently received a new title “The Phoenix city” because of its full reconstruction after WWII, which had left 85% of the buildings in ruins.