Warsaw Tourist Office Announce Calendar to Mark Celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Poland Regaining Independence
WARSAW, Poland, Oct. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Warsaw is celebrating the 100th
anniversary of Poland regaining independence with many events organized
every month. Warsaw has a rich calendar of musical, cultural and sports
events. Festivals, star concerts and outdoor exhibitions take place
throughout the year.
The calendar intends to boost tourism in
Warsaw, the capital of Poland. The city's tourist office claims that it
is a city that has been revived with dynamic culture. The capital of
Poland is a lively metropolis and a new centre of Europe. Although
Warsaw is one of the most rapidly developing cities in Europe with huge
potential and extraordinary energy, the Warsaw Tourist Office encourages
visitors and residents to look back on its rich history in order to
skillfully combine tradition and modernity.
The new tourism campaign would like to highlight the Old Town, inscribed into the UNESCO World Heritage List, with particular attention paid to composer Fryderyk Chopin. Visitors are invited to travel to the world of his music during the free summer Chopin concerts in Łazienki, visit the birth home of Marie Curie (famous Polish scientist and double Nobel prize winner), and experience a unique culture, entertainment and vibrant nightlife.
Warsaw has a thriving culinary scene. For fine dining, the city
offers two Michelin Star restaurants, Atelier Amaro and Senses. The
capital also boasts the largest craft beer festival in Europe, which
takes place in October. The Warsaw Tourist Office believes Warsaw is
also a great place to start a European trip. Tourists could spend few
days in the capital of Poland before visiting Berlin, Prague, Cracow,
Vilnus or other European destinations due to great travel connections.