Warsaw – the booming European capital ravishes by its metropolitan chic! Modern, ambitious and cosmopolitan, the city is still raising its competitiveness and the destination value.
Friendly for business Warsaw attracts investments, new technologies and fresh trends. Many international corporations and financial leaders have found their seats or branches here. Towering skyscrapers, designer offices and luxury apartments define a modern architecture of the city which evolves with an impressive dynamism and innovative flair.
Old Warsaw boasts of a wealth of architectural treasures. Elegant, wide avenues are lined with palaces, residences, beautiful squares and parks. Thanks to these omnipresent “green islands”, whose most sublime example is the Royal £azienki Park, the city acquires its priceless speciousness and relaxing charm. But the real heart of Warsaw pulsates in the Old Town. Majestically situated on the Vistula River's escarpment it captivates with unique atmosphere of the narrow streets and every day’s hustle and bustle at the foot of the monumental Royal Castle.
Warsaw’s perfect infrastructure engenders both: highly qualified tourism and business. Situated 20 minutes from the city centre airport assures connections from most countries of the world. First class hotel industry provides with a rich selection of boutique and international chain hotels whilst luxury cafes and restaurants attract with their stylish interiors and fine European cuisine. Amateurs of fashion will love luxury designer boutiques.
As a musical destination Warsaw is a host of many international festivals like Beethoven Festival, Mozart Festivals and Chopin and his Europe. Absolutely priceless is the activity of the Fryderyk Chopin Institute - initiator of the International Chopin Competition and of many other musical events in Warsaw and in the neighbouring birthplace of Fryderyk Chopin - Zelazowa Wola. National Opera and Philharmonics will satisfy the most demanding musical tastes.