As a historic center of Europe, Warsaw has a lot of history floating through its streets, and this is none truer than the Old Town section of Warsaw where you can walk on cobblestone streets flanked by castles and cathedrals, where a simpler time used to rule the people of Poland, and the car was a distant dream yet to be discovered. As a UNSECO world heritage site, it's definitely the pride of the town and is something that should definitely be explored. With structures dating back to the 1400's, Warsaw's got all the history you'll ever need as a progress buff. Checking out the New Town sites brings you into pre-Soviet structures and the museum section of town, where you can recount Polish history first hand with the artifacts right in front of you. Warsaw's many churches and cathedrals will also wow your mind with beauty and workmanship.
Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 20
Biskupa Ignacego Świrskiego 56, 08-110
Plac Defilad 1
Teatr Studio, Palac Kultury Nauki, Stanisawa Ignacego Witkiewicza
Ulica Wawelska 28 lokak 2
Rynek Starego Miasta 2
2nd Floor, Staromiejski Dom Kultury