The capital of Poland is a city with a turbulent past, which was almost totally destroyed during the 2nd World War, only to rise from the ashes and be heroically rebuilt by the recovering nation.
Possibly not the most romantic location on the Polish map, Warsaw can still surprise with its charming streets and boulevards.
Warsaw attracts many international companies with its central location, strong transport links, its stature as the economic and business hub of Eastern Europe and its modern and cosmopolitan feel to the city.
It offers the most developed and varied accommodation in Poland with in excess of 30,000 beds available, with over 50% of them being 3* to 5* business focused hotels.
Additional advantages of Warsaw are its modern, well-developed infrastructure, experience in hosting international business events and the fact that it is still a relatively affordable destination.
Warsaw provides a refreshingly different location for businesses, whilst benefiting from its core strengths of economy, infrastructure and parliament.
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