The capital of Poland is also the country’s financial backbone and an increasingly popular destination for expatriates. It is less than a ten hour drive and even shorter flight from Prague, Krakow, Berlin, Vienna, and the beautiful Baltic Sea.
Around the city 82 parks, many museums and swimming facilities are available. In the buzzing night life several music, art or film festivals are held.
Several websites help the expats to give a wider view of Warsaw. Let’s see the bests.
Daily NewsFor those who like the traditional way to get information here are the most reliable daily papers.
ClimateWarsaw has a continental climate, with cold, snowy winters and mild summers. On average, summer temperatures range between 59°F and 86°F (15°C and 30°C), while winter temperatures range between 23°F and 41°F (-5°C and 5°C). July is the wettest month, though rain does fall sporadically throughout the year.
With all of the great things this city can offer, Warsaw can be an exciting destination for any expatriate.
Warsaw - local attractions