It is surrounded by Chałubińskiego streets, Aleje Jerozolimskie, Stefana Batorego and Aleje Ujazdowskie. The division into the Southern and Northern Śródmieście results from the historical division of the city center.
It is a beautiful architectural gem with a huge amount of green areas. The southern city center is one of the few regions that has preserved mostly the original buildings of Warsaw from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. This part of the city began to develop in the second half of the 19th century. – first of all, high luxury tenement houses were built here, most of which have been restored and still bring joy to the eye today.
Within walking distance you can find green squares where you can relax, trendy pubs and restaurants, and two blocks away is the business center of the capital. It is a space that combines all the functions of the city, and an additional advantage is great communication – access to metro lines, buses and trams.
The southern part of Śródmieście is the cultural heart on the map of the capital. Theaters, cinemas and museums are located here. The Center never sleeps, it is a space alive at night and day.
One of the most important and most popular places in Śródmieście Południe are Plac Zbawiciela and Plac Konstytucji – both are places for cultural and social meetings. It is a space that brings together bars, restaurants, yoga schools, gyms, as well as urban, atmospheric greengrocers set in the lobbies.
Śródmieście is a map of great addresses, here you can find beautifully finished apartments in pre-war tenement houses. It is a district full of such properties, it is a space for connoisseurs of big city life.