Warsaw, the capital of Poland is a city full of contrasts, question marks and surprises. It will excite and inspire you.
Its history dates back to the late 13th century, but there are archaeological traces of several early Middle Age castles from the 10th and 11th centuries found on the Vistula River. Paradoxically, Warsaw’s Old Town is only 50 years old. After the destruction of the World War II it has been laboriously and lovingly reconstructed to its present form. In 1980 it was placed on the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.
Warsaw is among the greenest metropolises on the continent, with one of Europe’s wildest rivers, Vistula, flowing through the centre of the city. Almost a fourth of its area is made up of parks, green squares, gardens and woodland. A must-see is the Łazienki Królewskie Park (The Royal Baths) with its 76-hectars of gardens and numerous beautiful 18th century neoclassical palaces and pavilions.
Visit the official website of the city of Warsaw at http://www.um.warszawa.pl/en
Warsaw Marriott Hotel
Al. Jerozolimskie 65/79, Warsaw 00-697, Poland
In strict city centre, next to the Central Railway Station and vis-à-vis with the Palace of Culture (Pałac Kultury), makes it easy to experience the best of Warsaw. Its 2,600 m2 of high-tech conference spaces in up to 20 flexible event rooms guarantee smooth running of the congress and convenient accessibility of all sessions.