Area & Location: Located on the Vistula River, Warsaw lies in the heartland of the Masovian Plain. The average altitude of the city is 100m above sea level. It covers a total area of 516.9 sq. km. It is a home to 1,697,596 people.
Tourist Attractions: Museums and art galleries are the main attractions in Warsaw. People reach here to learn the history of the city and the country.
Transportation: Buses, tramways and metro include the public transportation in the city. Many roads and highways serve the city. Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport, the only international airport in the city is convenient for the tourists to reach the city. Buses, streetcars, metro and regional rail are the other means of transportation in Warsaw. Trolleybuses and trains bridge the city with other regions.
Hotels: The Warsaw hotels provide unique accommodation to its customers. The famous star hotels such as Le Royal Meridien BRISTOL, Regina Hotel, Diana Residence, Hyatt Regency Warsaw Hotel, Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, Polonia Palace Hotel and Sofitel Victoria Warszawa offer all facilities according to the requirement of the guests.
Places of Attraction: The buildings constructed after the world war stand as the city's landmark. Royal Castle, King Zygmunt's Column and the barbican, the Ogrod Saski-the oldest public park, Okopowa Street Jewish Cemetery- one of the largest Jewish cemeteries in Europe, baroque architecture and beautiful parks, Palace of Culture and Science, the Stadion Dziesieciolecia- the biggest market in Europe are the interesting spots for the tourists.