Offers highly rated Polish language courses aimed at students, business people and expats, as well as short ‘crash courses’ for visitors.
Photo and film buffs will be intrigued by this late-19th-century forerunner of the cinema. It’s reputedly the last working example of...
Palace of Culture & Science
The dominating feature of the Financial District (and that of the city) is the Palace of Culture & Science, which rises high above...
This was Warsaw’s first jazz club. Only the white piano remains from the old days but with John Coltrane’s eyes staring at you from one...
With only six tables, ‘petite’ is no over- exaggeration for Dżonka’s size. Small it may be, but big it is on Asian cuisine, serving up...
Lonely Planet review
Wook manages to attract plenty of hungry locals with dainty yet tasty portions of imaginative Asian food. Mix and match with a couple of choices (crispy duck followed by wan tan noodles with cabbage anyone?) and you’ll come away satisfied.