Use a car rental Warsaw to explore the Polish capital comfortably and flexibly. Visit the historic districts and buildings and get immersed the city fascinating history. Use the online comparison portal HAPPYCAR too book your next car hire! We compare the prices of international and local supplier to give you the best deals for your specific vacation needs. HAPPYCAR makes it easy for you to get around and see as much as possible on your trip and with pick up locations at the Warsaw Airport, you can get your vacation started as soon as you land!
The city is located on the Vistula River and it is the largest city in the country with a population of over 1.5 million. The city is a top destination for visitors in Central and Eastern Europe. It was destroyed in both World War I and World War II. Thus much of the city has been reconstructed after around 85% of the city was destroyed. However it still retains a lot of its historical past. A drive with your rental car Warsaw is the best way to the see mix of the old and new city. If you want to escape the city, you can take your hire car on a short drive and explore the surrounding areas, all is possible with a hire car Warsaw.
The Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was founded in the 13th century and it is the home of most of Warsaw’s historical buildings. Some of the most popular locations include the Royal Castle. It was originally completed in the early 17th century but rebuilt in the 1980's following destruction in 1944. This castle was the official residence of the old Polish monarchies. Sigismund Column was erected in the 1600's and it is located on the Castle Square. The monument commemorates King Sigismund III Vasa, the King of the Poland and Sweden and duke of Lithuania. The Warsaw Mermaid is the symbol of the city and statue dates back to the mid-1800's.
The Royal Route which starts at Zamkowy Square and then on to Wilanow, the route contains churches, old residences and parks. Some examples are St. Anne’s Church, the Royal Castle, the Presidential Route and the Plac Pilsudskiego. A trip to the Royal Route with your hire car Warsaw is highly recommended with your visit to the Polish capital.
The Warsaw Rising Museum was dedicated to the 1944 uprising against the Nazis, which was opened in 2004. It houses artifacts from everything related to the uprising, including weapons, personal items and an aircraft. Housed in the museum, you will find a replica of a B-52 Liberator. It is also has a children section, so a trip with your car hire Warsaw is highly recommended, even for a family trip.
The Fryderyk Chopin Museum covers the work of one of Poland’s most famous citizens. Its houses original pieces written by the composer such as manuscripts and documents as well as photos and sculptures of Chopin. The museum has some great interactive displays as well.
Museum of the History of the Polish Jews was opened in April 2013 and it presents a 1000 year history of Polish Jews. It is split into different sections each documenting a different part of the history. The museum starts with the arrival of Judaism in Poland and also covers the life for Jews in the country, the Holocaust and into the post war era.
The Museum of the Polish Army is located within the National Polish Museum. It showcases a thousand years of Polish military history up to the Second World War. Each exhibit is split into different periods, such as the Middle Ages, Saxon, Napoleonic wars and the Polish involvement in post war conflicts.
Use your hire car Warsaw to explore the wonderful surrounding areas of the city. This includes such cities as the Kazimierz Dolny, located in the eastern part of Poland. This town offers some lovely sights for the visitor and is a good place to escape from the bustle of the city. Or drive across the country, to experience the beautiful city of Krakow and learn about the dynamic and sometime tragic history of this city.
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