Our Warsaw Rugby Tours bring you to the capital of Poland, you can expect it to be alive with culture and nightlife and you’d be right. The city manages to keep its historical heritage while still being modern.

There are two main sides to Warsaw, there is the cultural side, where you can view the sights and take in the history of Poland in all its glory and then there is the vibrant side with the city centre and the Vistula river areas, which are filled with shops, cafes and many restaurants. So you can spend your mornings visiting the old architecture and then as the day goes on progress into the streets and stop for a beer or two in one of the many bars and clubs for an amazing night out.

Warsaw is the sprawling capital of Poland. Its widely varied architecture reflects the city's long, turbulent history, from Gothic churches and neoclassical palaces to Soviet-era blocks and modern skyscrapers. The city's Old Town was restored after heavy damage during WWII. Its heart is Market Square, with pastel buildings and open-air cafes. The Monument of the Warsaw Mermaid at its center is the city’s symbol.