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Euro 2012 host city – Warsaw, Poland tourist information

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It is not so long ago that a tourist trip to Warsaw would have seemed a strange choice for the typical foreign tourist. The Polish capital sat firmly behind the Iron Curtain and conjured images of a harsh communist regime. 85% of the city – including the Royal Castle and much of the Old Town - was destroyed during the Second World War before Hitler wilted under the pressure of the advancing Red Army.

Today, Warsaw is a thriving city and is growing ever popular as a city-break destination. Although most of the city is relatively new, there are plenty of things to do and places to see in Europe’s 8th largest city. Tourist attractions in Warsaw

There are numerous hotels in Warsaw to cater for the relatively recent influx of foreign visitors and tourists. All budgets are catered for - from 5 star, big chain luxury to cheap hostel accommodation. For a list of hotels and hostels, and their websites, go to the Warsaw hotel and hostel accommodation page.

Getting around the city is best done on public transport. You can hire a car and deal with a confusing one way system, unfamiliar road signs and inadequate parking but the bus and tram service can get you anywhere in the city cheaply. The subway system is modern but incomplete and will most likely still be a work in progress when Euro 2012 gets underway. Getting around in Warsaw

Flights to and from Warsaw are plentiful. The city is served by the Frederic Chopin International Airport - 10 kms south west of the city centre. Warsaw Euro 2012 flight information

A new stadium is planned in time for Euro 2012 in Warsaw. Euro 2012 - Warsaw National Stadium

 

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