With 80 percent of its buildings destroyed during World War II, Warsaw is a city scarred by history.
However, it is now known as Europe’s ‘Phoenix City’ as its regeneration and renewed spirit has allowed it to emerge as a great cultural center. In fact, for many Varsovians, the obstacles they’ve had to overcome have only made them stronger and prouder of their home city. Befitting the birthplace of Fryderyk Chopin, Warsaw is world renowned for its musical entertainment, making it the ideal destination for classical music connoisseurs as well as contemporary music lovers. Having broken free from Communist censorship, Varsovians have made it their goal to keep one step ahead of other world capitals in terms of music, culture and art. Warsaw is a city overflowing with diverse attractions to suit all tastes. Numerous cultural exhibitions, traditional restaurants situated in scenic gardens, an increasingly trendy nightlife and divine musical experiences are among the many delights on offer. Combined with Warsaw’s intrinsic natural beauty, the city simply has it all. And the best part is that it is yet to be discovered by the masses. In other words, Warsaw is Europe’s hidden gem, just waiting to be discovered by Elite Travelers.