The Phoenix City

A magnet for business and one of the fastest growing cities in the EU, Warsaw’s central European location presents a thriving investment climate that’s attracting more and more international start-ups and entrepreneurs.

The birthplace of pianist and classical composer Chopin, the culture and history of Warsaw is ubiquitous and powerful, with Gothic churches and neoclassical palaces sharing the skyline with modern high-rise offices and apartments. Meander down cobbled streets of the Old Town and you will stumble upon the largest hospitality market in Poland, or explore Warsaw’s restaurant and entertainment scene of global cuisines and find yourself amongst a lively community of bars and clubs. Upon arrival, a short and fast rail link connects Warsaw Chopin Airport to the city centre.

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