- 1The "Na lato" Restaurant
- 2The "Dyletanci" Restaurant
- 3The "Rozbrat 20" Restaurant
- 4The "Lukullus w St. Tropez" Restaurant
- 5The "Brasserie Warszawska" Restaurant
- 6The "Amber Room" Restaurant
- 7The "Atelier Amaro" Restaurant
- 8The "AleGloria" Restaurant
- 9The "Qchnia Artystyczna" Restaurant
- 10The "Imka" Theatre
- 11The "Buffo" Theatre
- 12The Warsaw Chamber Opera
- The Polish Parliament
Górnośląska 6 is part of Warsaw’s Powiśle district, a unique place with increasingly numerous objects of diverse and sophisticated architecture. Its transformation has been on-going for a number of years now, resulting in its good reputation as a place for comfortable and peaceful living. The Górnośląska 6 building lies at the heart of the city, a few minutes’ walk away from the house of parliament, governmental departments, embassies, business centres and public offices. The place is convenient for other landmarks such as the Three Crosses, Agrykola and Jazdów. The nearby Łazienkowski bridge will allow you to cross the Vistula quickly.
POWIŚLE – WARSAW’S FAMOUS ISLAND OF GREENERY
Parks, squares and gardens are a hallmark of the Powiśle district. The wonderful Marshall Rydz-Śmigły Park, with over 50 hectares of greenery, is only a five-minute walk away from the Górnośląska 6 building. While you’re there, you might also want to visit the Botanical Garden and the ever-beautiful Ujazdowski Park. Go a little further and you will find yourself in the Royal Lazienki Park, a site of natural heritage famous Europe-wide.
POWIŚLE – FIT AND SPORTY
The Powiśle district is the perfect place for early morning jogging or long leisurely moonlight strolls. There is a network of cycling lanes to take you to the local sporting facilities where you can play volleyball, football, basketball and tennis. If you like skating, we are happy to offer you an indoor skating rink.
PARTY ANIMALS AND CULTURE VULTURES
Today, the Powiśle district is also known for entertainment and culture. The Boulevards along the Vistula, with their innumerable restaurants, cafes and clubs, are always full of activity. There, you can take a break from your daily routine. The area is also home to Warsaw’s most popular theatres: Studio Buffo and Syrena. Artsy folks will be happy to take a tour of the Centre for Contemporary Arts and if you are a particularly musical person you must visit a piano concerto in the Royal Łazienki Park.