Novotel Warszawa Airport

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

UL. 1 Sierpnia 1, Warsaw, Central Poland, 02-134, Poland
Novotel Warszawa Airport
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A full day in Warsaw (Dzien w Warszawa)

by jonathanbarker

Czesc, I have posted a VT meeting for when I come to Warsaw next month. I arrive on the 25th and hope to visit the Uprising museum in the afternoon. I would like some information on how best to enjoy the evening, maybe a good Polish restaurant, bar/cafe and the chance to listen to some local music.

I am hoping to be staying in the Oki Doki hostel in Plac Dabrowskiego.

The following day I will be sightseeing, hope to visit the old town. I am also interested in the history, architecture, local transport (I remember seeing some old trams in 2008 near to the Centralna station), as well as walking and meeting people, drinking and eating the local food/beer.

Diekuje bardzo i dowidzenia

Jonathan Barker

Re: A full day in Warsaw (Dzien w Warszawa)

by Dabs

Can't help with the music part but we really enjoyed Zapiecek and ate there twice, there are several locations, we ate at the one furthest away from the Old Town touristy area. I wasn't at all impressed by Chlopskie Jadlo, the server we had was rude and inattentive

Enjoy Warsaw, we were really impressed on this visit by all of the positive changes from our previous visits!

Re: A full day in Warsaw (Dzien w Warszawa)

by jonathanbarker

Thanks for replies and comments, I have now booked a bed in the Krokodyl Hostel in the Praga district, from what I have read, it sounds and intersting area.If any one can suggest good pubs/restaurant please let me know.

Travel Tips for Warsaw

Autumn in Warsaw

by Agnesss

If you plan to visit Warsaw in autumn, it is not as bad as you might think. Actually, it might be just the opposite. The city is colurful and it has this unique flavour of melancholy/spleen which does not bring you down. Or even if it does, it is still beautiful. Just take a look at some of the photos I took last week. Warsaw, October 2008.

Waiting for my head to be....

by coceng

...chopped off !!!!...

.....then, they asked for money ( I was not dead of course..).

They said the value of my life ( head..) worth the amount of the money that I gave them....

....I didn't give them much unfortunately....

visit the Palace of Culture...

by Tolik

visit the Palace of Culture and Science. The Stalinesque skyscraper towering over the city centre (there are a few like this one in Moscow) is probably the most impressive piece of this kind of architecture from 1950th. I heard the story that in the early 90th, an American businessman wanted to purchase it and redevelop into a business center (removing the elaborate pinnacle and crenellated outbuildings). Guess what - Warsovians, after decades of mocking this symbol of Russian imperialism, grudgingly admitted a sentimental attachment to the Palace. In the end, the Palace is still here and from the 30th floor you can get a breathtaking view of the whole city.

The ever present horseman

by Pawtuxet

Visit Old Town Warsaw. It's a remarkable achievement by remarkable people. Everytime I look at this place, I am in awe of the spirit and determination it took to rebuild it after WWII.
Here we see the ever present horseman and his carriage carrying tourists around Old Town. Seems as if he's everywhere I turned.

Football scarf of Krzysztof

by matcrazy1

We, at least Krszysztof, Tom (koala_bearPL), Claus (cachaseiro), and I, were talking about our favorite football clubs now and in the past. So, just before leaving us Krszysztof, brought and showed off his footbal treasure - the black and white scarf of Belgrad football team! Well, I wish you a lot of fan during the next football matches you will be lucky to watch.


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Address: UL. 1 Sierpnia 1, Warsaw, Central Poland, 02-134, Poland