Apartment MIODOWA I - Old Town - Center - Warsaw - Poland
Warszawa Starówka (Old Town), Miodowa
reference Number: MIO-1-S-2P
Price per day from :(2-6 days)
- 50EUR per day
Price per week from :(7-27 days)
- 39EUR per day
Price per 28 days from :(28-90 days)
- 32EUR per day
Modern and comfortable studio flat in a wonderful location on the Old Town.
Ground floor studio, very spacious, bright and quiet. Contains a double bed, wardrobe, table, cable TV and internet. Fully equipped kitchenette. Located right next to the most popular and most representative parts of Warsaw – i.e. the Old Town. In close proximity to Freta Street and the Old Town Market Place where numerous cafes and restaraunts are placed. Few minutes to Krasiński Square, public transport, and Krasinski Park. Ratusz Arsenal Metro station is 600m away from the studio flat.
- Kitchenette: fridge, electric stove, kettle, washing machine
- Living space: double bed (160x200), big wardrobe, TV, table, two chairs
- Bathroom: shower cabin, sink, toilet
- Extras: cable TV, internet
Warsaw's Old Town
The Old Town, along with the adjacent New Town, is one of the most beautiful and most often visited sites in Warsaw. The buildings were originally buift in the 17th and 18th centuries. Burned down during World War II, the Old Town was meticulously reconstructed after the war. Its numerous colorful tenements with red sloping roofs and cha¬racteristic street lamps combine to create a picturesque panorama, with strong accents provided by the huge roof of the local cathedral and the Jesuit church tower.
Built in the 14th century in Gothic style by the Mazovian princes, the castle was converted many times during the Renaissance and Baroque
periods. In the 18th century, it acquired its final Baroque-Classicist style, in which it was rebuilt from World War II destruction. The castle was the seat of the authorities of the First Republic of Poland from 1596 to 1795. It was the royal residence and also the seat of the lower and upper houses of parliament-Sejm and Senate. It was here that the Four-Year Sejm passed the Constiturion of May 3rd, 1791, and on Jan. 25, 1831 dethroned Russian Czar Nidlolas I as king of Poland. In 1926-1939 the castle was the headquarters of the president of the Second Republic of Poland, Ignacy Moscicki. Burned down during World War II, it was rebuilt in 1974.