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10 facts you (probably) didn’t know about Warsaw

1. The life expectancy in the 19th century in Warsaw was around 30 years (OMG! I should already be dead!). These days, we live much longer – women : 81 years and men : 75 years (Ufff…, I still have time).   2. Warsaw is sometimes called the Phoenix city because it was totally destroyed by Nazis in WW2 and then rebuilt.   3. The smallest house in Warsaw is located next to the church of the Holy Spirit. In the 19th century his owner caused a big scandal because he was selling magazines with nude women (Yeah, really, unacceptable. Today, this kind of magazines can be bought almost everywhere…).   4. The tallest building in Warsaw (and in Poland) is still the Palace of Culture and Science.   5. World’s narrowest house – The Keret House – is located in...
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Public transportation in Warsaw (bus, metro, train, tram) – prices and guide how to use it

The capital of Poland, like other cities in Europe, has extensive transport network. More than 1500 buses, 400 trams, 40 underground trains and 20 city trains runs daily connecting suburbs and the city centre. Read our short guide about public transportation in Warsaw. TARRIFS AND SCHEDULES Zarząd Transportu Miejskiego – ZTM (Board of Transportation in Warsaw) is a transport organiser responsible for functioning and using the public transport in Warsaw. It supervises all means of transportation within city limits and some lines outside the city. Warsaw’s network is divided into 2 zones: 1 (city boundaries) and 2 (outside the city). Generally tourists travel in zone 1. Standard ticket costs 4,40 zloty. This ticket allows you to travel for 75 minutes from validation...
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How to get to the Warsaw city centre from the Chopin Airport

Frederick Chopin Airport is located only 8 kilometres from the city centre. It is well connected by buses and trains. For the most demanding we recommend private transfer. Here are practical tips how to get easily from the Warsaw main airport to the city centre. PUBLIC TRANSPORT Train There are red and green trains linking the airport with the city. It takes approximately 15 minutes to be in the centre. It is easy to find the platform but you need about 10-15 minutes to get there. In order to find the platform follow the signs from the arrival hal. See the map below: Before you get on the train you have to buy a ticket. The best option to obtain tickets is Passenger Service Centre in the arrival hall. They will also inform you about ticket tariff and transport connections. Other way...
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Why Poland is the best country to visit?

Soon you will find here extremely interesting and useful article that will help you when travelling in Poland.    
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