Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Warsaw, Poland area.
Bordered by the Czech Republic, Germany, Russia, Lithuania, Belarus, the Ukraine, Slovakia, and the Baltic, Poland ranks as a central European focal point, with Warsaw serving as the nation’s political center since the early 1600s. Bleak post-war architecture and more modern skyscrapers mix with intriguing cobblestone nooks and crannies of old town, carefully rebuilt from ravages of World War II. Warsaw reflects a Western and Eastern Europe cultural crossover, with painstakingly reconstructed palaces and other structures putting the historic city center on the World Heritage List. Attractions include churches, monasteries, museums, and the Palace of Arts and Culture near old town. Throughout the city are plaques detailing massacres of Poles by the Nazis, many reflecting when Jewish ghetto inhabitants rose up against the Nazis only to be brutally beaten back time after time until summer, 1944 when the Warsaw uprising was quelled. Leisure-oriented visitors flock to the city’s many theater, book, jazz and classical music festivals. Outside Warsaw, visitors sail within the Lake Districts, explore medieval castle ruins and make memorial pilgrimages to one-time concentration camps. Besides open camping fields, Warsaw lodging ranges from four campsites and a quartet of youth hostels to more than 30 centrally located hotels, many with names familiar to western travelers, accommodating up to 16,500 guests. More hotels are popping up near main roads to other regions, yet a shortage remains on two- or three-star facilities in Warsaw.
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Lodging located in Greater Warsaw, outside of the downtown area, including the neighboring community of Bialobrzegi. Warsaw is served by Warsaw - Okecie Airport (WAW), which is located 10 km from the city center.
Lodging options in the center of Warsaw, in the business and government districts.
Area Facts: Warsaw is home to more than 60 institutions of higher learning, and is the commercial center of the Polish manufacturing and automotive industries. The international dialing code for Poland is 48.
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