You don’t always have to count on the mainstream media to learn that one of your favorite destinations is „cool,“ but when they rank it as the „Coolest Capitals in Europe“ things change. Because you know that, with superlatives, the crowds flood in. Prices rise. Quaint parks get busy. Your secret spots are not-so-secret anymore. And, Warsaw is now „Poland’s capital of cool.“
According to The Independent, one of the several publications that now describe Warsaw as a „cool“ spot, the Polish capital is „abuzz with creativity,“ boasting hummus bars, design shops, hipster squares, playful cafes, and the list goes on. Verve Magazine describes Warsaw as the rebuilt capital of Poland, famous for its pulsating nightlife – a city reborn, rebuilt with „eerie accuracy.“ We live metaphors and superlatives. We love Warsaw.
The Courier describes this Mamaison address as an exciting city break destination, „packed with museums, bars, nightlife and a whole lot of history.“ These are three of the main players praising Warsaw and setting it up as the coolest destinations in Europe in 2017. This means that tourist numbers will soar this year and that prices for accommodation are also going up. But Mamaison still keeps balance with Mamaison Hotel Le Regina and Mamaison Residence Diana – you can still book with us at exceptional prices – provided that you book directly on our sites.
Warsaw deserves the monicker of „capital of cool.“ Where else would you find „Bach in the Subways“ concerts, Chopin tours, and traces of John Paul II? The city offers something for all ages if entertainment is your concern, as well as lively activities in nature, and a wealth of things to see and do for art lovers. If culture is your thing, also check out our five must-see museums in Warsaw that are usually not recommended by mainstream publications and travel guides. Bookmark our official blog for more insiders‘ tips worth knowing before mainstream media finds out about them!