Warsaw at a glance
  Warsaw after 1989

 Sights to visit
  Map of sights
  New Town
  Old Town
  Jewish Ghetto
  Royal Route
  Lazienki Park
  Solidarity Ave
  Marshall Street

  Airport Transfers

 Car Rental
  Local Rent a Car
  National Car Rental

 Sightseeing tours
  Mazurkas Travel Tours

 Dining & Fun
  Night Clubs

 Practical Tips
  Useful numbers
  Getting around

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Hotels in Poland:

  Krolewski hotel Gdansk

  Polonia hotel Czestochowa
  Ibis hotel Czestochowa

  City hotel Bydgoszcz
  Brda hotel Bydgoszcz
  Sporting hotel Bydgoszcz

  Europa hotel Kalisz

  Kosmos hotel Torun

  Piast hotel Wroclaw
  GEM hotel Wroclaw
  Polonia hotel Wroclaw

  Other links


Welcome to Warsaw!
Interesting and happening city in Europe!

Warsaw is not the cold and dead city it used to be under communism rule. Today with bustling Polish economy and freedom from communist rule - the city has undergone a huge transformation process. Many old communist buildings gave way to modern sky scrapers, dilapidating old town was restored, entertainment and services transformed to match that of other western capitals. Crime rate is lower than that of big cities in the United States. Today Warsaw boasts GDP per capita more than 85% of European Union average.

This guide enables you to make the most of your travel to Warsaw. It offers export recommendations for sights to visit, places to stay, car rentals, excursions, restaurants as well as provides useful practical traveler's information. Hotels, car rentals and excursions can be now reserved online using our fast and reliable service. If you wish to contact us regarding personalized trip to Warsaw or Poland please e-mail Travel OnLine and one of our reservation clerks will get back to you with useful information. We recommend you to visit a new service Warsaw hotels which offers advice where to stay in Warsaw. The service provides information regarding events, restaurants, reviews and venues.

Warsaw at a glance section locates the city geographically and sets modern Warsaw in historical context and describes the changes that have taken place after the fall of communism. Worth seeing subsection includes sample walks around Warsaw and has suggestions on trips outside of Warsaw.

We recommend our restaurants section. It lists more than 40 most popular restaurants and it puts special emphasis on restaurants serving delicious Polish cuisine. We hope you enjoy your stay in one of the most interesting and happening places in Europe!

Poland is a country rich in history and attractions. It is part of EU and NATO. It is one of the most stable and affluent countries in the world. Apart from Warsaw - we recommend tourists to visit the town of Krakow. Krakow was a capital of Poland for centuries and was almost left intact after 2nd World War. The train ride from Warsaw to Krakow takes only 2.5 hours and it is possible to do a day trip from Warsaw to Krakow. For those interested in going to Krakow please visit Krakow photo gallery. If you are interested in a hotel in Krakow - please visit Krakow Hotels page. We wish you a pleasant stay in Poland!