Thanks to our wide network of professionals, we are able to offer you this interpreting service in a large number of languages.
Our interpreters are professionals with considerable experience who are specialized in their respective areas. They will work with the documentation obtained and, if necessary, prepare the meeting with the client over the telephone or face to face.
We would advise you to send the documentation a week, or at least two days, beforehand, as otherwise the quality of the interpreting service cannot be guaranteed.
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Warsaw has been the capital of Poland since 1596. It is a city with a lot of history, but the Second World War was particularly important for Warsaw, as it had a big impact on the city. During the war, the civil population rose up against Hitler’s army, but the uprising was crushed and the Nazis killed much of the population and destroyed 84% of the buildings in the city.
However, the population knew how to recover and they reconstructed the city under the motto “the whole nation builds its capital”. With this ability to rise from the ashes, Warsaw is known as “The Phoenix City”. Now almost all Warsaw’s buildings are from the post-war period, and the few that survived are found in the walled Old Town, Stare Miasto.
Warsaw is one of the main economic and cultural centres in Central Europe. Furthermore, the city is known internationally as the city in which the Warsaw Pact, Warsaw Convention and Warsaw Treaty were signed.
What is there to do in Warsaw?
If you want to get to know the city better, here we recommend some of the most emblematic places in Warsaw.
Among them, the Old Town (Stare Miasto), now the city centre, must not be missed. It is located around the royal castle which was reconstructed following the Second World War when 90% of it was destroyed; the area has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In Stare Miasto there are also other impressive buildings such as the Cathedral Basilica of the Martyrdom of St. John the Baptist and the Shrine of Our Lady of Grace.
Of course, wandering around the new city (Nowe Miasto) is no less interesting: its roads are full of beautiful buildings, parks and squares, such as the market square or the incredible Multimedia Fountain Park, where you can enjoy a stunning spectacle of water, light and sound.
However, another different way to see the city is from the viewpoint at the Palace of Culture and Science, from which you can see all of Warsaw.
Warsaw has a large variety of museums. Among them the most notable are the National Museum, the Uprising Museum, and the museum dedicated to the Polish composer Frédéric Chopin.
If you want to go shopping, you must visit the picturesque street markets held in the city, in which there are all kinds of items at a good price.