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Warsaw – POLAND

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Warsaw is the capital of Poland and also its biggest city. It is located on the bank of Vistula River in central Poland. The number of inhabitants is approximately 1.7 million people.

Did you know that before World War II Warsaw used to be called the Paris of the East? It was considered one of the most splendid cities in Europe and still is. Warsaw was left in ruins during the war and a big part of it, including historical monuments and houses, has been destroyed. However, Warsaw rose like a phoenix from the ashes. Now it is notable not only for its beauty but also for its indestructibility.

 

At InviMed we have been offering the best techniques in assisted reproduction for 14 years, and with our assistance more than 7,000 babies have been born. We undertake treatment of even the most difficult cases of infertility.

GUARANTEED NUMBER AND QUALITY OF EMBRYOS
The IVF with donors eggs Programme offered by InviMed clinics is the only egg donation
programme in Poland where Patients are guaranteed at least 3 hi gh-quality embryos from
an anonymous donor. It significantly increases the chances of success.

About Warsaw

Warsaw is the capital of Poland and also its biggest city.  It is located on the bank of Vistula River in central Poland. The number of inhabitants is approximately 1.7 million people.

Did you know that before World War II Warsaw used to be called the Paris of the East? It was considered one of the most splendid cities in Europe and still is. Warsaw was left in ruins during the war and a big part of it, including historical monuments and houses, has been destroyed. However, Warsaw rose like a phoenix from the ashes. Now it is notable not only for its beauty but also for its indestructibility.

Must see tourist attractions

There are numerous places and objects worth seeing in Warsaw. The vast part of the city was rebuilt or reconstructed with great detail after the war. Once you visit Warsaw you must see St. John’s Cathedral, the Baths Park (Łazienki Park), Royal Castle, and important historical museums: Warsaw Rising Museum and Museum of the History of Polish Jews.

The most characteristic building of Warsaw is the Palace of Culture & Science which has impressive 30 floors being the tallest building in Warsaw. You simply cannot miss the trip to the top floor with a terrace to see the wonderful panoramic view of the city. Due to the socialist history of the building and controversies surrounding it still remains a well-known symbol of Warsaw. Make sure you also visit Warsaw centre by night – the Palace and many other buildings are beautifully lit using high power LED lights of various colours. Other must-see attractions include: Science Museum, Warsaw Old Town, Wilanów Palace.

Accomodation & food

Warsaw offers hotel accommodation of any standard, from budget airnb to 5-star luxurious hotels. All types of food lovers will also find something to suit their palate. Polish, Mexican, Indian, Turkish, Japanese or Chinese cuisine is there to taste! Prices for a pint of beer start from EUR 2.50 and you can have dinner for one person for as little as EUR 11.

Transportation

In Warsaw you can travel by underground or buses, trams, and Urban Rapid Railway. The tube currently has 21 metro stations and is the quickest means of transport. Tram network connects almost all districts and is a great way of avoiding the traffic. If you would like to cycle in Warsaw, you can use cheap rental bikes available in almost every district. You can use either of the two international airports: The Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport in Okęcie and Warsaw Modlin Airport (21 miles from Warsaw).

Climate

The climate in Warsaw is moderate. The summer average temperature is approx. about 19°C (and on the hottest days the temperature reaches even 33°C) and winter average temperature is about −3°C. You can expect some summer storms and snowy winters.