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Crowne Plaza Warsaw - The HUB

Explore Warsaw

Crowne Plaza Warsaw – The HUB is located in the heart of the dynamically developing business district in the city centre, with Warsaw Chopin Airport just a 15-minute drive away.

Things To Do

Things To Do

Warsaw Rising Museum

Grzybowska 79, Warsaw, 00-844

This interactive museum is a tribute of Warsaw’s residents to those who fought and died for independent Poland and its free capital. The permanent exhibition depicts fighting and everyday life during the Rising 1944. Visitors are guided through the subsequent stages of the Rising until the time when the Insurgents left Warsaw.

Station Museum

Towarowa 3, Warsaw, 00-811

The Railway Museum offers permanent and temporary exhibitions as well as lectures, workshops and open-air events. The idea is to promote knowledge about railway systems in Poland.

Wola Theatre

Kasprzaka 22, Warsaw, 01-211

The district branch of the Dramatic Theatre in Warsaw was started in 1976 by Tadeusz Lomnicki, one of the most notable stage and film artists of his time in Poland.

Palace of Culture and Science

pl. Defilad 1, Warsaw, 00-901

A notable high-rise building in central Warsaw. Constructed in 1955, it houses various public and cultural institutions such as cinemas, theatres, libraries, sports clubs, university faculties and authorities of the Polish Academy of Sciences. In 2007 it was enlisted in the Registry of Objects of Cultural Heritage.

Warsaw Philharmonic

Jasna 2, Warsaw, 00-950

The National Philharmonic in Warsaw hosts many important music events like the International Chopin Piano Competition and the Warsaw Autumn Festival.

Keret House

Żelazna 74, Warsaw, 00-875

The Keret House is an ­art installation in the form of an insert between two existing buildings, representing different historical periods in Warsaw’s history. The architect Jakub Szczesny designed a House, which, despite its microscale caused by the size of the plot, constitutes a functional space – a place to live. Szczęsny invited an Israeli writer of Polish descent - Etgar Keret to live and work there. It is open to public, though for visits, please contact the House one week in advance.

Warsaw Old Town

The Old Town is a bustling tourism hub, with cobblestone alleys and medieval buildings reconstructed after WWII. At its heart is Rynek Starego Miasta, a busy square lined with burgher houses and upscale Polish eateries. Nearby, St. John's Archcathedral dates back to the 14th century and hosts summer concerts. The area is also home to the restored apartments and manicured gardens of the Royal Castle.

Historical Site from the Holocaust

Złota 62, Warsaw, 00-823

Commemorative plaques mark this segment of a wall from the Jewish ghetto during Nazi occupation.

Warsaw Breweries

Haberbuscha i Schielego, Warsaw, Warsaw 00-864

The streets and green squares of Warsaw Breweries smell of bread baked on-site, freshly ground coffee and a wood-fired grill. Carefully designed interiors tempt with an offer of delicious breakfasts and dishes from almost all corners of the world. Here you can feed your senses with smells and flavours of Greek, Mediterranean, Adriatic, Asian cuisine, as well as Spanish and of course our Polish cuisine at its best.

Local Tips

Local Tips

Must See

Palace of Culture and Science is the best known and the tallest building in Warsaw. Visible from almost any place in Warsaw, the Palace has a panoramic observation deck, which allows you to admire the city views from a height of 114 meters. Constructed in 1955 by Russian workers, it was a symbol of socialist power. Nowadays, the Palace is home to theaters, a cinema, museums and stylish bars.

What's New

The largest indoor water park in Europe opened its doors in February 2020. Offering 18 unique pools, 32 slides, 12 themed saunas, SPA & Wellness facilities, five restaurants and four poolside bars, it has a total surface of 3500 square metres and is a true paradise for water fun lovers. Only 52 km away from Warsaw, the Park of Poland is easily accessible via S8 expressway or A2 motorway.


Although a member of the European Union, Poland does not use the euro. The national currency is zloty (PLN). The best time to travel to Warsaw is in summer, with nice temperatures and low humidity levels. During the winter season, it is advisable to pack warm clothes. Tipping is always accepted to appreciate good service or food. The average tip is around 10-15%.

Must Do

The POLIN Museum, winner of the European Museum of the Year in 2016, tells the story of 1000-year history of Polish Jews. The exhibition takes visitors on a journey through the centuries of the Jewish presence, restoring the memory and rich heritage they left on Polish grounds. Antique objects, interactive exhibits and reconstructions will bring you closer to their fascinating history.

Don't Go Home Without

Visiting the Old Town and walking down the Royal Route is a must before going home. A UNESCO World Heritage site charms with its narrow streets and exceptional atmosphere. The statue of a mermaid- the official symbol of the city stands there, in the Market Square, while some of the most representative buildings lines the famous Krakowskie Przedmiescie and Nowy Swiat streets.