Tourist Interest in Warsaw Grows

More and more tourists are realizing that despite being a large European city, Warsaw is a place where one can relax and enjoy its charms at leisure. Although it is situated in the heart of Europe with good air and rail connections, the capital of Poland is still a little-known metropolis. Those who see it for the first time are amazed by how much there is to discover.

Warsaw‘s green calling card is the Vistula River, on the banks of which Varsovians relax with pleasure on summer evenings. No other European capital can boast a wild river with a preserved natural bank. More than 40% of the city’s area is made up of green spaces: forests, parks, and nature reserves.

Research indicates clearly that Varsovians are happy to see tourists in their city at all times of year. Many decide to visit Warsaw in the winter, when the city, with its colourful Christmas decorations, is almost as attractive as in the summer. The first winter attractions appear in November, but it is definitely December that has the most to offer.

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