The National Opera is the oldest and the most famous opera theater in Poland. An internationally renowned institution for more than 200 years, it is home to the world’s largest revolving stage, where many of the world’s greatest voices have performed. In recent years, the opera has been experiencing its renaissance; it is increasingly difficult to get invitations and tickets and premieres have become de rigueur social events.
The most famous square in Poland. The location of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the site where the most important parades and state events take place. It was here that John Paul II met with the faithful during pilgrimages to Poland.
The birthplace of Warsaw. The atmospheric Old Town, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list, has been the beating heart of the capital for centuries. Destroyed during World War II and meticulously rebuilt, it has a unique charm. Today, its appealing streets and squares attract pedestrians and tourists.
This formerly working-class district is one of the hottest addresses in Warsaw today. Thanks to ground-breaking investments, such as the new University of Warsaw Library and the Copernicus Science Centre, the neighborhood has received a new lease on life. Today, it is home to many trendy clubs and cafes besieged by young Varsovians and tourists.
This is the place where you can meet the world’s renowned artists. The National Philharmonic offers musical feasts - symphonic, choral and chamber concerts, recitals, concerts for children and educational. There is over 160 performances per season. In addition, National Philharmonic is strongly involved in educational activities in 7 Polish provinces, addressed to diverse age groups and environments.
This is a real treat for connoisseurs of classical music. Created in 1955, the museum was renovated 55 years later. Now it impresses not only with an interactive exhibition, but also with the architecture. We will find here the largest in the world collection of manuscripts of Fryderyk Chopin. Moreover, in this museum we can admire among others: manuscripts, letters, paintings, photographs and personal memorabilia of the composer.