Lovely Vintage Studio apartment in an beautiful, old part of town Mariensztat, right next to the Warsaw Old Town and Vistula river bank!
In this cute and clean studio you can find peace and quiet to relax with a wonderful view on a green patio.
On the other hand you might go and see pubs, dinning, nightlife, museums, galleries and shopping - everything is close by. Many attractions are within walking distance- the Old Town, venues on the Vistula river bank, National Museum and Gallery, Copernicus Centre, Royal Castle and gardens, Nowy Świat (Warsaw's high-street), National Stadium, National Opera House and Theatre, and many more!
Accès des voyageurs
It can comfortably suit two but can easily sleep four- double sofa and two additional single fold-out beds, fully equipped kitchen (good italian stove-top coffee maker, tea, milk, cookies, cereals provided), a small bathroom with shower. There is iron with ironing board and hairdryer for guest use.TV and WiFi provided.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Our guests have a 20% discount at a Nana Cafe- a vintage coffee, art and books shop in the lovely Saska Kępa district.
I can give you advise and directions for sightseeing and going out- knowing Warsaw very well I can definitely reccomend some interesting places. In the apartment I can leave a map and a summary of my favourite spots for you to use.
Let me know if you'll be coming to the Central Station or the Chopin Airport, I might be able to pick you up and give you a lift to the flat.
Mariensztat is one of the most picturesque settlements of Warsaw, located on the slope just below the Vistula.
It was established as a jurisdiction, founded by Eustachy and Maria Potocki in 1762. The name comes from the German word ‘Marienstadt’, which means ‘City of Mary’. On site, there was a market, town hall and eight lanes. In 1780, Stanisław August Poniatowski bought Mariensztat and gave it the status of a proper city; it was then connected to the jurisdiction of Stanisławów, and in 1784, both jurisdictions were transferred to Warsaw.
Mariensztat was completely destroyed during the Warsaw Uprising, and was rebuilt as the first post-war housing estate in Warsaw. The project was designed for the Warsaw work leaders, by Zygmunt Stępiński and Józef Sigalin. It took its appearance from the residential buildings of the 18th century, and thankfully some facades were preserved. The estate, with a newly constructed W-Z route, was opened on July 22, 1949. In the 1960’s, right next to the market, the sculpture of a vendor by Barbara Zbrożyna was set.
Morover, the city's oldest pub, Pod Baryłką, where you can eat well and get some great beers and drinks,
is just around the corner.
Please do not smoke indoor.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 %. En cas d'annulation au cours des 7 jours précédant le voyage, la réservation est non remboursable.
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We are sisters from Warsaw and we will be very happy to welcome you here. We lived in this city our whole life and know it pretty well- can give you tips and advise about places to visit, going out, where to eat or let you know about what's on in Warsaw.