Warsaw is more than historic palaces, churches and parks. It is also a vibrant city of dance, music, entertainment and food. Poland’s capital’s downtown features many bars and restaurants that serve exquisite cuisine, and night clubs. Modern skyscrapers are a delight for the lovers of contemporary architecture, and the Vistula Boulevard is a perfect spot to unwind and relax. If you want to go a bit further and see the capital from a more remote perspective, it’s worth popping over to the Western Siekierkowski Bridge at sunset. Prepare to sleep with a guaranteed magical view of Warsaw!
Warsaw is a leading city in Central Eastern Europe, with a huge investment potential. Nearly 250,000 students, 60,000 alumni and over 10,000 PhD graduates every year provide employers with extensive opportunities to contact qualified experts. 5 million sqm of modern office space is another deciding factor in why investors choose Warsaw.