Apartment DLUGA - Old Town - Warsaw - Poland

Warszawa Starówka (Old Town), Długa 8/14

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reference Number: DŁU-1-1B-4P

65living space 3nº of rooms 4for persons 0single beds 2double beds

Price per day from :

70EUR

 
  • 70EUR per day

Price per week from :

384EUR

 
  • 55EUR per day

Price per 28 days from :

1393EUR

 
  • 50EUR per day

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1 bedroom apartment in Długa street in the heart of the Old Town, just 50 meters away from Freta street and Krasiński Square with the monument of Warsaw Uprising. The apartment is on the 3rd floor. The balcony offers a beautiful view of Warsaw’s Old Town. 3 minutes walk to Castle`s Square as well as to the Old Town Market. Excellent starting point for exploring the city center and the Old Town. Royal Castle is just a few minutes walk (400m) from the apartment. On the way you will pass along the Barbican, the picturesque Old Town Market and recently renovated Krakowskie Przedmiescie street. Further down Krakowskie Przedmiescie street, you will find yourself in the famous New World with dozens of cafes, restaurants, trendy bars as well as souvenir shops.
‘Ratusz’ tube station is only 10 minute walk from the flat. Cozy and quiet apartment. A lot of greenery in the area. Fully equipped kitchen allows you to prepare your meals. There is a fridge, toaster, stove and an oven. A large hall connected to an open plan dining room with a round table and four chairs. In the living room there is a sofa, coffee table, TV, armchair and two door wardrobe.
The bedroom is spacious and has a double bed and a small chest of drawers. Bathroom contains a bath and a washing machine.

Equipment:

  • Kitchen: hob, fridge, electric kettle, toaster, oven, dishwasher
  • Living room: double sofa bed (180x200cm), TV, TV-sat, elegant table, 4 chairs, sofa, writing-desk
  • Bedroom: double bed (160x200cm), wardrobe, chest of drawers
  • Bathroom: bath, sink, washing machine, hairdryer
  • Hall: wardrobe, ironing board, iron, vacuum cleaner
  • Internet usb modem – to be paid additionally
  • Bed linen and towels

 
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 century. Burned down during World War II, the Old Town was meticulously reconstructed after the war. Its numerous colorful tenements with red sloping roofs and characteristic 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.

Royal Castle
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 it's 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 Constitution of May 3rd, 1791, and on Jan. 25, 1831 dethroned Russian Czar Nicholas 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.

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