Places In Warsaw

Top Tourist Attractions in Warsaw

Warsaw is a excellent place to experience- a city that has been reborn number of times. Over the centuries, it has been robbed and also conquered many times by forces from Sweden and France to Russia. Yet, Warsaw today is a lively city that has been largely restored to its pre-World War II. Among the Top Tourist Attractions in Warsaw- with its palace, churches and castles, is not to be missed.


1. Lazienki Park

Lazienki Park, commomly known as Royal Baths Park, is the largest park in Warsaw. It was designed as a park in the 17th century and ultimately turned into a place for villas, monuments and palaces. This palace is a jewel for paintings collected by Polish royalty and statues of the country’s greatest rulers.


2. Royal Castle

The Royal Castle served as the home and officials of Polish rulers for centuries. It was defeated several times by invaders, but rebounded as a place where the first constitution in Europe was drafted in 1791. This grand structure is a museum today.

3. Wilanow Palace

Wilanow Palace is one of the most prime monuments in Poland, as it symbolises what Poland was before the 18th century. The palace was built as a home for King John III Sobieski. And today it is a museum- a home to the country’s artistic and royal heritage.


4. Palace of Culture and Science

The Palace of Culture and Science- houses everything from companies to entertainment venues. It was built in the 1950s, the tallest building in Poland — features a spire that reaches into the sky. And is one of the Warsaw’s top landmarks.


5. Old Town Market Square

Old Town Market Square is the best example of reincarnation. Located in the oldest part of Old Town, the square dates back to the late 13th century. A drawing point of the square today is the many restaurants that surround this pretty square.

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