The terms “the Phoenix city” and “mini Berlin” are commonly used to describe Warsaw, and with its indulgent nightlife and resilient, vibrant locals, it isn’t hard to see why. Warsaw has seen a revival in recent decades and has carved a name for itself with its wealth of green spaces, fine dining, and trendy bar scenes, but a more serene side of Warsaw still remembers its rich and colorful past. When you fly to Warsaw with Alitalia you’ll arrive at your destination in comfort and style.
Much of Warsaw was completely rebuilt after WWII, and architects used paintings from Warsaw’s castles to reproduce the city’s classic architectural style. Walk along the city’s cobbled streets and explore the shops until you reach the Royal Castle, where you can view some of these paintings for yourself. Don’t miss the Palace of Culture and Science where you’ll find museums, shopping, and restaurants.
With nearly a quarter of the city filled with parks and gardens, it’s a good idea to travel to Warsaw in the spring to fully experience the lush scenery. Enjoy regular music festivals when you book tickets to Warsaw in October.