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Warsaw is the capital and largest city of Poland. Warsaw gained the title of the "Phoenix City" because it has survived many wars, conflicts and invasions throughout its long history. The city has constantly been subjected to change, having been invaded and destroyed several times over the ages. The city always has been rebuilding and reinventing itself over time. Today the city is considered as an "Alpha" global city and a significant cultural, political and economic hub often being called as "Eastern Europe’s cultural capital with thriving art scene, some of the best contemporary architecture, upmarket shops and serious restaurants. The best way to explore the city is to take up some of the best tours in Warsaw which include a tour of its Old Town, a location to Warsaw’s most important landmarks.
The old town is home to the Royal Castle and is a must visit for anyone interested in learning about the history of Warsaw’s Old Town. While in the old town you will also find the Old Town Square, which is filled with tourists enjoying the architecture, artists and numerous cafes and restaurants nearby and St. John’s Cathedral, famous for its neo-Gothic pieces of architecture. The city is home to several museums, the most significant of which is the Warsaw Rising Museum, dedicated to the Warsaw Rising of 1944 and is one of the most popular museums in Poland. As the capital, Warsaw offers a vast variety of not only traditional restaurants but also international cuisine. One must definitely try local delicacies like Pierogi and the Polish barszcz. The city caters to shopaholics and has numerous markets selling everything from local souvenirs and some traditional Polish arts and crafts to amber. Warsaw’s appearance sometimes eclipses its inner beauty, which can be found by those who are willing to explore.