I did not know much about Warsaw before a business trip there. I was surprised to learn and see pictures about the destruction of the city during WWII where 80% of the city was destroyed. However they had pictures of the old part of town including the city wall and palace. With support from all over the country they rebuilt the area to look like it did before the wall. It is an easy walk from the main downtown area with sights to see along the way (e.g. the church where Chopin's heart is). Once there it is a step back in time with narrow cobblestone streets and neat shops. The several squares are filled with open air restaurants. We ate at two different ones and loved them both - looks like you can't go wrong picking from the variety of different cuisines.
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