Fret Á Porter
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Museum
Marie Curie was born in 1867 along ul Freta, the main street of the New Town, and her former home now houses a museum, that chronicles...
Nuns of the Holy Sacrament
Even by Polish standards, the New Town has a lot of churches. Of the six in the imm-ediate vicinity, this church, which dominates New...
Warsaw’s major tour operator with morning sightseeing tours (140zł per person) of the city plus trips to Kraków, Gdańsk and Białowieża.
Another relative newcomer to the city’s drinking scene, Polyester, with its fashionably retro furnishings and vibe, is arguably the...
Restauracja Pod Samsonem
Situated in the New Town, Pod Samsonem is frequented by locals and tourists looking for inexpensive and tasty Polish food infused with a...
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Lonely Planet review
One of a number of attractive restaurants on tree-lined New Town Sq. The menu is a mix of Polish and international favourites, so you can start out with an appetiser of pierogi (dumplings) and choose something like salmon or steak for a main dish. The terrace is a perfect spot for a meal on a nice evening; there’s live entertainment – usually a singer – some nights.