To get there, walk down to the riverfront from the Old Town, or roll right in by metro line M2 to 'Centrum Nauki Kopernik' station, and choose to either walk, ride a bike, skate the length of the boulevard or if it gets cold, find an indoor riverfront cafe to sit in and enjoy the views.
One thing that makes Warsaw's riverside especially unique is that while the boulevards of the left bank consist of concrete retaining walls, the entire breadth of the opposite shore has been left completely wild and undeveloped, making for a stark, fascinating and unusual contrast.
MetroCentrum Nauki Kopernik
Rooftop Gardens closed until April 1st. Traditionally speaking, rooftops are the preserve of chimney sweeps, superheroes and Santa, but take a trip down to the Warsaw University Library (BUW) building and that opinion will quickly change
A rare example of European Union funding being used in a genuinely visionary way, the CSC is many things, including the very best science centre in Europe, one of Warsaw’s top tourist attractions, and - in the words of Poland’s then Education Minister
MOTEL ONE Warsaw-Chopin
ul. Tamka 38
Located just across the street from the Fryderyk Chopin Museum - just a short walk up the hill to the