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Warsaw is a unique and charming city. So rich of history and yet so new, so modern, so original, and so very different from many other cities in Eastern Europe that one might have seen. I was there for a 3 days conference at the end of November. On our last day, we had the chance to take a tour with a local guide named Greg from www.warsaw4u.com. We had only few hours, but our guide made a fantastic job in showing us around. We first had an overview by bus and then we had a closer encounter with the Old Town, UNESCO World’s Heritage site. How much we could understand of that past I had always read about on books in school, Warsaw razed to the ground and then risen again, Warsaw under the Communist regime, Warsaw today. Greg is one of the best guides I have ever met in my travels (and I travel a lot!). Extremely knowledgeable, very passionate enthusiastic and friendly, he made a big group of people coming from all over Europe fall in love with Warsaw with his precise historic and artistic explanations and his funny and entertaining anecdotes about the city. If you can, stop in Warsaw for a visit and look for Greg. You will have one of the most memorable times of your life!
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Warsaw was pretty much destroyed in the Second World War and that you can see from the not so nice looking russian architecture... Nothing much to do or see here. Go to Krakow instead!
The so called Stalin's tooth is what you'd expect: brutal display of invading power, the soviets in this case. Totally out of place in central Warsaw.
Definetly the nicest district in Warsaw. Hang out here half a day.
You can't get in if you are entering in a bigger group of guys cause they require that all groups have 50/50 guys/girls...
The old town is cool, everything else still a little bit too gray.
There was very great and strange bars in the city part of Praga.
I ate here too. Fantastic food and service. Highly recommended.