Saska Kepa officially belongs to the district of Praga, and is known as Warsaws place for diplomats. Saska Kepa is not rich on sights, but belongs to one of the most beautiful districts of Warsaw.
There are several mansions which were built in the Interwar period. Seska Kepa has the character of being an own city inside the Polish capital. Many shops, coffee houses, restaurants, and churches are on the spot, and enriches the appearance.
Several green parks and the Vistula river divide Saska Kepa from all the other districts, and make this place to an island. Saska Kepa is the district with most of Warsaws embassies. The embassy of Portugal is probably the most beautiful one, and can be found in ul. Francuska 37.