About Warsaw, Poland

  • Warsaw Old Town Market Square
  • Mermaid Statue in Warsaw's Old Town Market Square
  • Frédéric Chopin Museum
  • Chopin's Famous "Pleyel et Cie" Grand Piano
  • The Royal Castle of Warsaw
  • Inside the Royal Castle
  • Inside the Royal Castle
  • Saxon Garden of Warsaw, oldest park in Warsaw opened in 1727
  • Chopin Monument in Łazienki Park
  • Maria Skłodowska-Curie Museum
  • Inside Politechnika Warszawska- Warsaw University of Technology
  • Golden Terraces Shopping Mall in Warsaw
  • Copper-Roof Palace of Warsaw
  • Carmelite Church, created 1761-83
  • Łazienki Palace
  • Wilanów Palace
  • Inside Wilanów Palace
  • University of Warsaw Library
  • Sapieha Palace
  • Warsaw at night
  • Global Summit of Women President Irene Natividad ringing opening bell at GPW-Warsaw Stock Exchange

  • Europe’s growth champion – Poland has more than doubled its GDP per capita since 1990, and was the only EU economy to sidestep the 2008-09 financial crisis and recession.

  • The leading economy in Central and Eastern Europe, Poland is a magnet for multinational companies both as a manufacturing and growing consumer base, as well as a gateway to emerging markets in the region.

  • A leading symbol of regional stability, this country has successfully transitioned to a vigorous democracy, while it continues to advance its political and economic profile on the international stage.

  • A country with an increasing number of women leaders from the Prime Minister to the Mayor of Warsaw to numerous government ministries and corporations, Poland’s influential women’s networks are making a mark on public policy through its innovative nation-wide Congress of Women.

  • Poland has a rich heritage based on a 1,000-year historical tradition while it embraces a thriving, vibrant modern culture.


Check out the New York Times’ piece 36 Hours in Warsaw, Poland for the best in entertainment, dining, and culture.