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Warsaw, the capital of Poland, is a city rich in culture and history. Occupied numerous times by foreign invaders, its resilient people have resisted and rebuilt time and time again. It's also the birthplace of the famous musician Chopin; open-air concerts sometimes take place at the foot of his monument. Let Travelocity help you choose between the best flights to Warsaw and Warsaw hotels so you have more time to dream of all the pierogi you're going to eat.
Check in at your choice of the many cheap hotels in Warsaw and direct yourself to Old Town. This picturesque medieval neighborhood was mostly destroyed by Nazis in 1944 but has since been scrupulously restored and even selected by UNESCO as one of the first World Heritage Site, named back in 1978. There's lots to see here, between Market Square, the Royal Castle, inspiring Gothic churches, and charming cobblestone streets dotted with cafes and artisans selling their crafts. If you're a museum-lover, there are nearly unlimited options. The Warsaw Uprising Museum is a sobering tribute to the sacrifices made by Poles for their country's freedom. Other excellent museums include the Palace of Culture and Science, the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, and the National Museum. Ready to get outdoors again? Head to the banks of the Vistula for a relaxing walk through serene forests and along sandy beaches.
The quaint streets of Old Town are the ideal place to find a cozy restaurant to order a beer and a bowl of "barszcz" (better known to most as borscht) and people-watch. You also shouldn't miss the national dish, "bigos," a stew comprised of meat and cabbage. And don't even think about going home without sampling the many varieties of real Polish pierogi! Sleep off all that delicious food at one of the hotels in Warsaw, which Travelocity can help you find in a snap. Get mobile exclusive deals on the Travelocity app, where you can find an amazing vacation package to Warsaw.