A great place to kick off the day with breakfast before a visit to Warsaw’s Old Town, To Lubię sits in one of the the towers of St. Hyacinth’s Church, mere metres from the Barbican.
To Lubię translates as “I like it”, and this cosy cafe, located in one of the towers of St. Hyacinth’s Church, serves a continental breakfast of cheese and meats, with warm rolls and croissants, and delicious tea or coffee. You can eat outside in the pretty street if the weather is good. The cafe specialises in sweet tarts and cakes, with cheesecakes and merengues a particular highlight. You can also buy their homemade Dominican mead.
To Lubię address: Freta 8, Warsaw 00-227 Poland
Old and New Town Districts: Meticulously reconstructed after WWII, Warsaw’s historical Old Town contains many of the city’s key landmarks, including the must-see Royal Castle, and is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. The New Town is quieter and home to excellent boutique hotels, such as the Mamaison Le Regina. The district is full of great restaurants, but try traditional U Barssa on the Market Square, if you can’t decide.
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