Living in Warsaw

Panorama of Warsaw

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On the surface a post-communist city covered with everyday greyness, but what lies beneath the surface is pure magic. And we’re not talking about a Disney-like fairytale, it’s more like an urban fantasy novel. It’s just like an evil wizard cast a spell and hid all the places from the sight of the everyday Joe.

There is a whole different city underneath that what the bare eye sees. You follow the white rabbit and enter a backyard to discover the real veins of the city – adopted basements & lofts, hidden yards, crumbling sheds, small specialized shops and vivid life, which you won’t witness anywhere else. Once you discover it, you know it has always been there. But hey, there is a spell to break. So c’mon and see it for yourselves.

Panorama of Warsaw

Photo by: Bartosz Czechowski

Panorama of Warsaw

Photo by: Bartosz Czechowski

Warsaw is one of the cities where the deeper You delve, the more You find it has to offer. If You’re looking for nightlife, You will find many exquisite attractions ranging from chic (and not so chic) nightclubs and restaurants to hidden pubs and other small alternative venues with live music.

The same goes to the cultural scene in Warsaw. It has a wide selection of theatres, cinemas, libraries and cafes, all scattered about the city and very often located in unusual places like abandoned and refurbished factories, underground cellars and other intimate spaces of the city.

Panorama of Warsaw

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Warsaw is referred to as a ‘green city’ by locals and tourists, what is justified by the fact, that nearly ¼ of its whole area is covered by urban parks, forests, public gardens and lawns. This, and the ever growing network of urban bicycle lanes, makes it an ideal city for cyclists and joggers.

Panorama of Warsaw

Photo by: Bartosz Czechowski

Warsaw is also a city, which is devoted to sport. It is filled to the brim with sporting facilities, making it easy for its citizens to stay healthy and fit. Ranging from fitness clubs and tennis courts to ice rinks or even an artificial ski slope, everybody is able to find a facility that suits their needs. Being the home of Poland’s national stadium, Warsaw is also a regular host of many important annual sporting events. In 2012 Warsaw was one of the main venues of the European championship football matches.

We cordially invite you!