Warsaw is a city of two banks, nine bridges and almost two million inhabitants. Hipsters, gopniks, businessmen and the homeless live side by side here. And the monumental heritage of the USSR and mirrored business centers alternate with luxurious old estates and buildings a la Sukharevo or Malinovka. Warsaw is increasingly adopting the lifestyle of the freedom-loving capitals of Western Europe, especially Berlin. In their likeness, new establishments are opening here, there are picnics with organic products, art fairs, garage sales and techno parties.
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Meet the updated version of the guide to the Polish capital: we have added new hostels and hotels, wrote about fresh coffee houses and bars, and significantly expanded the section "Cultural Program". You should like it!