Couchsurfing in Warsaw
Although Poland is a large country, most of it's visitors head to Warsaw to guarantee an amazing holiday. The Royal Route in the city is a long path of connected streets that every traveller should walk along. There are countless important destinations along the way, from the start (Castle Square) all the way to the end (the Royal Palace). Other notable stops in the middle include even more palaces, parks, and magnificent churches. The nightlife in Warsaw is renowned for being thrilling, so make sure not to leave until you have visited a local bar or club and had a chance to chat with some locals! When you are deciding where to stay in Warsaw, keep in mind that Wimdu offers affordable options like couchsurfing, as well as privately rented apartments. There is something for every budget with Wimdu!
There are many chances to be a couchsurfer in Warsaw!
Ask a couchsurfer what the best part of their accommodation is, and they will likely answer one thing: the hospitality of their host. Being a couchsurfer means you are able to stay with a native of Warsaw, and be introduced to the true culture and feel of the city. Rather than staying in a busy and expensive hotel, or even a hostel that is full of fellow tourists, picking a place to stay on Wimdu and couchsurfing allows travellers to stay in a typical home, and experience all that Warsaw has to offer!