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Why Warsaw?

Whether you come to Warsaw on a business trip, for a conference, or as a tourist, Warsaw has everything that a modern European capital has to offer. Dynamic and stable business environment, historic and modern meeting facilities, vibrant cultural life and green space covering a quarter of the city. Warsaw will definitely exceed your expectations.


It is a city of many faces: a contrasting blend of past and present with the architectural landscape composed of historical and socrealist buildings neighbouring post-modern skyscrapers. The past is magnificently represented by the post-war reconstruction of the Old Town which has been completely destroyed in WWII. The Palace of Culture and Science, a long-standing symbol of communism, is an epitome of soc-realism style. Post-modern architectural landscape was shaped by such designers as Abraham Epstein, Norman Foster or Daniel Libeskind.


Open & Hospitable

Historically at the crossroads between the Western and Eastern Europe, Warsaw grew to become a platform for new dialogue that inspired changes and promoted better understanding between different cultures. This openness is what distinguishes Warsaw and creates City’s unique yet modern European style supported by high standard of services.



Being a seat to many important scholarly institutions such as The Warsaw School of Economics, The Warsaw University or The Centre of Adam Smith, Warsaw offers an excellent capacity to influence the young generation of future business leaders. Furthermore, new business initiatives and investments together with a growing number of international fairs, conferences and meetings held each year confirms Warsaw’s claim as a business hub of Central and Eastern Europe as well as an interesting spot on the map of the global meetings industry.



Be inspired by Warsaw citizens’ commitment to rebuilt their city after WWII destructions. The reconstruction effort, unprecedented on a European scale, gained the appreciation of UNESCO that in 1980 included it on the World Cultural and Natural Heritage List. We invite you to come and admire the historical soul of the city.



Warsaw is a perfect embodiment of changes that have taken place in Poland in the past 20 years. The huge business and population growth is constantly reshaping the city skyline. Add to that the vibrant night life with a musical scene responding to all tastes - from swanky clubs and pubs to more alternative places and you get a new fascinating destination to explore.



(c) Warsaw Convention Bureau