Beh apartment vardagsBeh apart corridorWe were in Warsaw, Poland over the Holy Week 2015. We were choosing between renting an apartment in the old town, or the modern area very near the Palace of Culture. We chose the latter.


We enjoyed the stay. The apartment has one bedroom, living room, kitchen with a bar table and a bathroom with shower. And even a little concrete yard. Alas it was quite cold early on in April and it drizzled a lot so we couldn’t use the yard. Anyway, my daughter learns the word bidet because of this apartment.

The bed was also nice and cozy – so we copied the idea for the comforter and quality of sheets (and bought them from Ikea when we got Beh apartment sovrumback home in Sweden).

Beh apart toaThe apartment was walking distance to most of the tourist spots, including the old town. The only time we needed to take the tram was when we went to Copernicus Science center and the National Stadium.

Here’s a link to our neighborhood. 

The only negative thing was in the beginning – when we looked for the apartment. We asked a guard at a reception, and he could not understand what we asked.

Beh apart kökHe said we did not live there. And then it turned out that it was exactly the building where we would live.

We were “saved” by a man who happened to notice our confused looks as we tugged our baggages back and forth the pavement. The man works for another landlord.

This is our second time to rent an apartment. We normally book hotels.

And here’s a link of the first time we rented an apartment – in Lisbon. The Lisbon apartment is less comfortable than our Warsaw home.

The stay cost 500 crowns per night.