To be more specific: Warsaw is one of the most dynamically developing European cities, listed at the Top 50 of the City Brand Index and ranked 19th in terms of prosperity Warsaw has 1.7 million residents and more than 200,000 of them are students – it is one of the largest academic cities in Europe.
Warsaw is located in the heart of Europe, it is easy to take a train or a plane and explore Prague, Vienna, Vilnius, and Lviv or visit our beautiful cities like Krakow, Gdansk and Wroclaw.
Warsaw is known for its beautiful parks and green areas, the city blooms in the spring and summer, in Warsaw one can discover the beauty of Chopin’s music: Chopin Concerts in Royal Łazienki Park – in the scenic surroundings of the park one can hear outstanding interpretations of Chopin’s compositions by prominent Polish and foreign artists.
Numerous musical venues: Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera, the Chamber Opera, the National Philharmonic Hall and the National Theatre – Warsaw is a great place for people who love music. For the younger generation – underground electronic music with a very attractive house and techno music scene.