Four-Star Warsaw City Break
Warsaw, Poland's vibrant and bustling capital, has transformed itself since the demise of communism to become a modern metropolis of museums, parks and nightclubs. Rebuilt from scratch after suffering a heavy bombardment during World War II, the largest city in Poland has a fascinating history, and makes for an interesting and culturally important city to visit. Its nightlife and music scene is unmatched anywhere else in the country, and its yearly calendar is filled with theatre productions, operas and glitzy film premieres. However, if you're more of a culture vulture, Warsaw offers numerous museums dedicated to Poland’s sacrifice in World War II, and one of the most popular attractions is the Warsaw Uprising Museum.