Warsaw – capital of Poland, as well as a geographical, political and cultural centre of the country since 1611. The city is located in the centre of Poland, on both banks of the Vistula river.
Long being a cultural and industrial centre, Warsaw was one of the most beautiful cities in Central Europe until, until it was virtually wiped off the face of the earth during the Second World war. The city destroyed in 84% during the second world war, over 15 years restored by the whole country. Today, the Polish capital once again is booming. The city is steadily growing, while maintaining its unique atmosphere.
The Warsaw Cathedral of St. John is a Pantheon of great poles. Royal castle, carefully restored after the ravages of war – the former residence of the last king of Poland.