In the neighbourhood of Metropolitan one can find several prestigious Warsaw locations, buildings and institutions: important meeting points that witnessed the most important events in history. The surrounding area adds splendour and obligates to maintain the highest standards.

The Presidential Palace

Built in the midst of the 17th century for Crown Great Hetman Stanisław Koniecpolski; a place where the Round Table sessions took place; since 1994 the official residence of the Polish president.

The National Theatre

Founded by the king Stanisław August Poniatowski, the most prestigious spot for various cultural and large business events.

The Old Town Market Place and New Town

Historic centre of Warsaw and its oldest part (established in the 13th century). Included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the most beautiful places in the capital, where one can hear the city’s bustle at any time.

The Saxon Garden

Open for public in 1727. An ideal place for a moment of relaxation, spent near the historic Marconi Fountain.

University of Warsaw

200 hundred years of tradition of teaching an intellectual elite of the country. The biggest university in Poland, for many years on top positions in the rankings.

The Grand Theatre

A home of the National Opera and the Polish National Ballet. The Moniuszko Auditorium has 1,828 seats and it is one of the biggest opera stages in Europe.


Exquisite restaurants, premium spots on the culinary map of Warsaw, climatic bistros, renowned cafes, cinemas, theatres, parks – the area is full of places, where one can eat lunch, organise an important meeting or just loosen up after a hard day of work.