fly with Austrian Airlines to Warsaw and experience Poland's capital first-hand. Located on the Vistula River, Warsaw is also known as the 'phoenix city', having been rebuilt by the Polish citizens after WWII. Warsaw has much to offer the cultural tourist, including the Baroque Wilanou Palace, Lazienki Palace and painstaking reconstructed Royal Castle. A plethora of local theatres and galleries are open to visitors, from the illustrious Treatr Narodowy (Great Theatre), to its world-renowned puppet theatres and famous chamber Opera Cameralna. Enjoy a slice of local history on the Old Town Street Car, or soak up the sights from a serene boat tour on the Vistula. Warsaw comes alive with festivals in the Autumn, including the International Festival of Contemporary Music, Warsaw Film Festival and Jazz Jamboree. In summer, when professional theatres close, the Open-Air Theatre scene leaps to life, for a whirlwind of performances throughout the continental summer.