Top currencies
All currencies
Within Australia 1800 861 122 English: 24/7
Global Access Number +86 21 2226 8819 English: 24/7
Download the App for Free

Attractions in Poland

Sort by:


Distance (Near to Far)

View on Map

Planetarium EC1

5/52 Reviews
Modern Architecture

Castle Square

4.5/5142 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)

Presidential Palace

4.4/573 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Not open to individual customers, team restaurants need to make an appointment. (Local time)
The Presidential Palace is situated on the Royal Avenue. During the Second World War, it was occupied by the Germans in Warsaw and became the "House of Germany." The Germans made many alterations to the mansion. For example, the base of the lion statue in the yard was raised, and so on. The palace still retains these alterations. Since 1995, it has been the place where the Polish president works and lives.

Memorial and Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau

4.4/5129 Reviews
Historical Architecture

Old Town Square Market Place

4.4/539 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
The Old Town Market Square is the heart of Warsaw Old Town, and it is also a particularly lively and bustling place in Warsaw. There are unique Polish traditional restaurants, cafes and shops. After the Warsaw Uprising, it was once destroyed by the Germans and it was not until the end of World War II that reconstruction began. During reconstruction, the original appearance of the Old Town Market Square was preserved as much as possible, so it still has the old appearance.

The Royal Castle in Warsaw

4.3/539 Reviews
Historical Architecture
May 2 - September 30: Monday - Wednesday, Friday - Saturday 10:00 - 18:00, Thursday 10:00 - 20:00, Sunday 11:00 - 18:00, October 1 Day-April 30th of the following year: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00-16:00, Sunday 11:00-16:00, holiday opening hours can be found on the official website. (Local time)
Built at the end of the 13th century, the palace palace was originally a wooden structure, a pentagon-shaped building. It was once the residence of the Duke of the Maggiore, and since the Polish move to Warsaw, it has been converted into a place for the royal family and the central government. Historically, the palace has been repeatedly destroyed by intruders, and the repair process has continued to expand. The museum’s museum attracts visitors to the works of Ginseng and Bernardo Berrodo.

Column of Sigismund III

4.3/538 Reviews

Uniwersytet Warszawski

4.3/537 Reviews

Monument to Nicolaus Copernicus

4.5/526 Reviews

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

4.2/525 Reviews
Trip.com is part of Trip.com Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
Ctrip Skyscanner Trip