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Once you’ve had time to travel around Poland, you'll realizem that Warsaw is different. Rather than being centered on an old square, the capital is spread out across a large area with diverse architecture: Gothic, communist concrete, and modern steel.
Warsaw has suffered everything history could throw at it, including near destruction at the end of World War II – and come out alive. It’s a captivating collection of neighborhoods and icons. Excellent museums interpret its tumultuous history, from the joys of Chopin to the tragedy of WWII.
It’s not all about the past though. Warsaw’s restaurant and nightlife scene is the best in the country. You can dine well and affordablyon international cuisines, and take your pick of the city's bars and clubs.