• See the wonders of Warsaw, Poland

    2012-06-27

    Visiting a capital city abroad can be a great way to experience new cultures in the heart of a country. Travelers looking to plan a summer vacation in Europe can venture to Warsaw, Poland, to see some interesting attractions and find out the historical significance of this bustling locale.

    A traveler's first stop in Warsaw should be a visit to the Royal Castle. Since the 14th century, this structure has been an iconic part of the city, which was refurbished and renovated in the 1980s. Guests can tour the former fortress to see the massive ballroom, intricate tapestries and commissioned Italian paintings.

    Adventure travel seekers can head to the outskirts of Warsaw and plan a hike through the Kampinoski National Park, full of picturesque inland sand dunes and peat bogs. There is also an education center in the nature reserve where guests can get an overview of the landscapes and the animals that live there, such as birds, moose and beaver.

    For some authentic cuisine, visitors to the city can reserve a table at the stylish Delicja Polska restaurant, an establishment that serves dishes like wild boar with juniper sauce and veal-stuffed perogies.

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