The SpaceThis convenient location allows you to walk to all the downtown historical sites, shops, restaurants, etc. and/or to catch rides to various points in Warsaw by metro, bus, and tram.
When you step out of the studio, you are in the heart of the city. When you wish to rest, your apartment is the perfect, comfortable place to do so. Natural light illuminates this bright studio; your view is of a quiet green courtyard. The apartment is clean, with whitewashed walls and simple, serene décor. There is a separate living/dining area, with a folding couch that can sleep two people, and a sleeping alcove with a double bed. The fully-equipped kitchenette contains a refrigerator, oven, microwave, toaster, pots and pans, dishes, utensils, etc. Other amenities include a washing machine, iron, ironing board, and hair dryer. A large built-in closet offers plenty of storage. Broadband wifi ensures high-quality online access; there is also a large monitor to which you can connect your laptop and watch films and photos, or work.(URL HIDDEN)The Twarda apartment is a good place for both short-term and long-term stays. The well-equipped kitchenette allows you to prepare meals at home; however, there are several wonderful restaurants, bars, and coffee houses, in a range of price points, in the immediate neighborhood which has become a hip, lively area in recent years.
The Twarda Street was located in the Jewish district of Warsaw before World War II. Today the environs of the Twarda Street and the nearby Grzybowski Square form an artistic, up-and-coming cluster, where bustling city life is steeped in history and culture. The Grzybowski Square is where Poland’s only Jewish Theater – one of only two in Europe, which offer plays in Yiddish – has operated in the last 65 years. The historical metal factory of the Norblin family, founded in 1820, is a stone’s throw from Twarda. These days the factory houses Biobazar, where one can buy healthy, organic food. The Norblin Factory also houses a theater named Teatr Scena Prezentacje known as the “world’s smallest theater,” as well as various cafes, clubs, and a Museum of Motor Vehicles.
The Twarda Street, where the apartment for rent is located, has a rich history. The street originated in the 1670s and at that point it boasted, as we read in historical records, “the Gutakowski Palace, 5 brownstones, 5 brick houses, 24 wooden manors, a distillery, a mill, and many butcher shops.” In the 18th century the street became a prosperous commercial center known, for example, for its many watchmaker shops; it also functioned as one of main thoroughfares of the Jewish district. In November 1940 the Twarda Street (more specifically, its part between the Zlota Street and the Grzybowski Square) was incorporated into the Jewish Ghetto in Warsaw. The building in which the studio apartment is located, was built in the 1950s, since the ghetto had been razed to the ground during World War II and the area was completely rebuilt, along with the nearly entire city of Warsaw. After 500 years of tumultuous history, the Twarda Street has been beautifully restored and today it lives 24/7, since the proximity to the city center and a plethora of new social venues make it a meeting point of choice for many. Guest AccessYou will get a whole flat to yourself - one rooms and a kitchen and a bathroom. The house is very cosy and I hope that you will feel like home. Interaction with GuestsI work as a frelancer and I am usually in Warsaw so I should be avalible to help an you can reach me via phone call or Airbnb messaging system. The NeighborhoodIt is located in the centre of Warsaw. You won't be able to get any more central than that. It is 3 minutes walk to the “Rondo ONZ” metro stop and 7 minutes to the Palace of Culture. It is very easy to get to and you can pretty much walk to all the turist atractions and cafes. The area is very safe and it is very lively. Getting AroundYou can easilly get anywhere from this location. You got various different lines of buses and trams as well as the tube station. Warsaw has a very well conected lines of trams so I prefer to take them to be able to see the town while I am travelling, hoewver if you are going for a longer journey the subwey might be a better choice. Other Things to NotePlease do not somke in the house.