This is, at the same time, our second edition updated map of Warsaw and a brand new title for ITMB, in that we have added a regional map of the eastern half of Poland to the second side of the map. This gives the end user two maps for the price of one by combining the many attractions of the city with its surrounding countryside. Anyone with a small amount of historical knowledge knows that Warsaw was largely destroyed during World War II. Many historic cities suffered this fate; in the case of Warsaw, the historic ‘old town’ was re-built more or less as it had been, with some road widenings changing things, and the rest of the city was re-created as a post-war urban area. The ‘old town’ is actually quite compact, so is shown in detail on an inset map, as is the greater Warsaw urban area The urban map shows rail and metro lines/stations, tram lines, churches, theatres, the enormous Soviet-era cultural centre, hotels etc. The regional map covers a very large portion of eastern Poland, from the eastern borders to Lodz, and includes the roads leading to Krakow and Gdansk; altogether, a perfect map for those using Warsaw as a base and exploring the hinterland on short trips.
Map size: 27*39"
This map is also available in digital format for $39.95 (per file) and flat map for $39.95 (per side). Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would want to place an order or for more information.
Please click here to have an overview of the map