Warsaw In Your Pocket is the best guide to Warsaw and the surrounding region on the market. Written in a witty, impartial and informative style, here you'll find almost limitless amounts of info on what to see and do while in town, plus all the history and cultural background you could possibly wish for. Best of all, the information we give here is meticulously updated every two months so that it is as current and accurate as we can possibly make it.
Even more importantly, the editorial content of In Your Pocket guides is completely subjective and independent of paid-for editorial or sponsored listings. Contrary to whatever you might think, IYP writers do not accept free meals, sexual favours, first-born children or other bribes in return for favourable reviews, and we reserve the right to say whatever we damn well please about the venues listed in our guides, regardless of disagreement from partner clients, restaurant owners or the general public.
Our editors also do everything in their power to ensure and maintain the accuracy of the information imparted here, but it’s a tall order, and IYP assumes no responsibility for errors, American spellings, poor service, surly doormen, unexpected pregnancies, disappointing food or terrible hangovers experienced by our readers.
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