Those travelling to Warsaw from the UK can first take the Eurostar from London to Brussels, where they can change to a high-speed train to Cologne and then a final sleeper train to Warsaw. Alternatively, travellers can take the Eurostar to Paris, and then take the train on to Warsaw, making a change in Berlin. Warsaw central train station is the largest in Poland, and boasts excellent connections on to other major cities including Krakow, Vienna and Budapest.
The Polish capital has so much to offer in the way of culture. Take a stroll through the peaceful Old Town and explore the charming sidestreets dotted with cafes and restaurants and try some delicious pierogi dumplings. Be sure to visit the Palace of Culture and Science - built in 1955, this grand building is a wonderful place to learn more about the area's history. Take a trip out to the Wilanów Park-Palace Complex, a stunning monument built for King Jan III Sobieski.