Warsaw - the capital of Poland is a vibrant and green metropolis. The modern and bustling city centre does not exclude a history that looks out from behind every corner. Gothic relics, baroque palaces, social realist architecture and contemporary buildings form a unique mosaic.
Discover the narrow, cobbled streets of the Old Town, admire the blooming chestnuts in Łazienki Park and enjoy the sunshine on the picturesque Vistula riverbank. Walk through the streets where footprints were left by the well-known Polish actress Pola Negri and Władysław Szpilman, the musician commemorated by Roman Polański in the unforgettable film “The Pianist”. Finish your day with a glimpse of the sun setting between the tenement houses.
See: Official Tourist Website of Warsaw
Participants of the EBRD Annual Meeting can use public transportation to get around the city. Warsaw public transportat includes buses, trams, metro and local railway. In addition, participants can use the Veturilo bike rental system.