Why visit Warsaw?

Chocolate lovers are guaranteed to love Warsaw, as you can visit the Wedel Chocolate Factory! Learn how the famous Polish chocolate is made, take a workshop to make your own bar and end the day with a heartwarming mug of heavenly hot chocolate!

When should I visit?

End of March, April and October are nice times to visit Warsaw as the weather is warm but there are less tourists and hotel rates may be cheaper.


The Chopin Museum should start any tour as Warsaw was Frédéric Chopin's home city: learn about his life, which includes displays showing his school books as well as his last ever piano . Meander around the Old Town and make sure you take phots of Sigismund’s Column and The Presidential Practice. Take an organised tour of The Royal Castle which has many a story to tell and look out for the white lady who is said to haunt the coridors. Also noteworthy is The Keret House which is the wol;d's narrowest house ... it has to be seen to be believed!

Local traditions?

The Warsaw Carnival takes place 40 days before Lent with dancing, music and there is a festival feel. Events take place throughout the city and accmulates on Ash Wednesday.
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