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Warsaw City Breaks


Right-bank Warsaw has recently gained the status of an artistic district where the post industrial buildings and townhouses have been turned into art studios, theatres or fashionable clubs. Ząbkowska Street or 11 Listopada Street are a perfect illustration of the revival going on in the only district of Warsaw that remained fairly intact after the war.

Katedra św. Floriana

Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel and St. Florian the Martyr (Katedra św. Michała i św. Floriana)

ul. Floriańska 3

Built at the end of the 19th century in the Neo-Gothic style, it was completely destroyed during the World War II. Only the figures of the patrons survived and after reconstruction of the church were placed in their former location – Michael the Archangel on the side of Floriańska Street, and Saint Florian on the side of Sierakowskiego Street. More information

Zoological Garden (Ogród Zoologiczny)

ul. Ratuszowa 1/3

Established in 1928, the garden is now inhabited by several thousand animals, yet the real personalities of the Warsaw Zoo are the brown bears whose area is located outside the garden and can be viewed by passers-by. More information

Plaża nad Wisłą
Beach on the Vistula River

ul. Wybrzeże Helskie 1/5

A several-hundred-meter long beach (open in the summer) with lots of entertainment – deck chairs, wicker baskets as well as volleyball and badminton courts and, in the evenings, music from the best DJs. A place to enchant everybody with the Old Town panorama seen from here in all its magnificence.

Cerkiew św. Marii Magdaleny
Orthodox Church of St. Mary Magdalene (Cerkiew św. Marii Magdaleny)

al. Solidarności 52

Built in the second half of the 19th century at the request of the Orthodox population of this part of the city, regarded as a symbol of Russifcation. It has retained its original interior design. More information

ulica Ząbkowska

Ząbkowska Street

One of the main streets of old Praga and the site of a major rejuvenation in this part of the city. The oldest buildings here come from the 1860s. To many people, Ząbkowska is ‘Praga Old Town’.

Koneser - Former Vodka Destillery (Koneser - dawna Wytwórnia Wódek)

ul. Ząbkowska 27/31

A complex of red brick buildings from the end of the 19th century housing a vodka factory for the last hundred years. One of the most important examples of post industrial architecture. At present, Koneser is a modern cultural centre. More information

Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (Bazylika Najświętszego Serca Jezusowego)

ul. Kawęczyńska 53

One of the most magnificent churches in the capital, originating from the beginning of the 20th century. Based on early Christian temples, particularly the Basilica of Saint Paul in Rome. More information


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