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Visit Poland’s intriguing capital Warsaw | Private jet charter

Poland’s beautiful capital city has a fascinating history that’s reflected in its architectural mix of Gothic and neoclassical masterpieces. Home to a well-respected classical music scene, the cultural life here is world-renowned. Couple that with a charming Old Town, parks, gardens and castles, as well as a great nightlife, it’s no wonder Warsaw is one of Eastern Europe’s most popular destinations.

Warsaw Old Town

A cobblestone warren next to the Vistula River, Warsaw Old Town is one of the capital’s most popular tourist attractions. Visit the Royal Castle, St John the Baptist Cathedral, King Sigismund’s Column on Plac Zamkowy, the former Jewish quarter and more. Many of the bars and cafés here have a charming ambience, including Warsaw’s most famous restaurant, U Fukiera, located on the Old Town Square – home to the famous statue of a mermaid.

Frederyk Chopin Museum

This elegant 17th-century mansion – the Ostrogski Palace – houses an extraordinary collection of around 5,000 pieces of Chopin memorabilia, including a lock of his hair, a gold watch, signed music manuscripts, books with dedications and even the last letter he wrote to his family. An eclectic mix of interactive exhibits that will appeal to all ages. There’s even a game of Twister set to Chopin’s music.

Warsaw Rising Museum

Located in the capital’s Wola district, the museum is a moving tribute to the Warsaw residents who fought for their country. Among the 800 exhibition artefacts, there are over 1500 photographs, films and sound recordings from the period.

Kampinos National Park

Escape the buzz of the city with a visit to the beautiful Kampinos National Park in the northwest outskirts of Warsaw. A haven for nature lovers the park has forest trails and even sand dunes to explore. The pine and beech trees provide welcome shade in summer and are home to abundant wildlife. You may well see wild boar and deer on your walk, as well as abandoned villages.

Vodka Museum

Curated and run by the owners of the capital’s Elixir restaurant, the museum skilfully shows the history of vodka making as well as teaching visitors the correct way to drink it. As well as tasting, you’ll see intriguing vodka-related memorabilia.

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