I have been to many Polish cities, but my favorite city was and remains Warsaw, it is the most beautiful capital in the world. There are a lot of nice parks and squares there. Its famous old town is about forty years, but it looks like a medieval town with its Royal Palace on the steep bank of the river Visla. The most beautiful places in Warsaw are Wilanow Palace, Warsaw Barbican, a monument to Chopin one of the great composer in the world, the Cathedral of St. John and some others. There are many pretty cafes, large and small cinemas and theatres,shops and markets, nightclubs in the centre of the city. These places always attract a lot of tourists. But personally, I like just walking along my favorite from my childhood familiar streets and enjoy their beauty in a beautiful sunny day.
Warsaw subway is the only one in Poland. The construction was started in the 80-ies of the last century, and the opening ceremony took place in 1995. At that time acted only 11 stations. At the moment the length of the metro is almost 22 km and it consists of 21 stations. Underground access is always indicated with the red letter "M" on a yellow background. Turnstiles in the subway Warsaw are on the floor each station conducted yellow line, behind which is the territory of the station. Passing to this territory, passengers have to punch the ticket. For travel in the subway you can use the same tickets as in land transport.