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About Warsaw

Almost entirely demolished by the Nazis during World War II. Warsaw has since risen from the ashes and re established itself as the capital of Poland. Not surprisingly, postwar architecture of Warsaw is rather bleak, a legacy of the Soviet Union’s iron grip on the region. However, the Polish rebuilt the historical old town in the ŚRódmieśCore (inner city) district, with beautiful buildings such as the Palace of Culture and Science (a complex with two universities, several theaters, a museum and a concert hall), the Royal Castle, the Castle Square and the Polish Parliament. The area also caters to history buff with a variety of museums such as the Warsaw History Museum and the Frederick Chopin Museum.

Popular Attractions in Warsaw

Castle Square
4.5/5
141 Reviews
Square
plac Zamkowy, Warszawa
Warsaw Old Town
4.5/5
91 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Warsaw Old Town is an ancient part of Warsaw, Poland, and is also a major tourist destination in Warsaw. The heart of Warsaw’s Old Town is the Old Town Market Square, surrounded by restaurants, cafes and shops. The surrounding streets are lined with medieval buildings such as the city walls, the towers and the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. There are many attractions in Warsaw’s Old Town, such as the Mermaid Statue, the Royal Palace, the Old Town Square and the Curie Museum.
Presidential Palace
4.4/5
73 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Palace
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.
Park Lazienkowski
4.6/5
110 Reviews
City Park
Because there is a statue of Chopin in the park, also known as Chopin Park, it has a British garden style, because the water palace Lazienki Palace is also located here, and the local area is also known as "Wakijin Park". The Lazienki Palace was originally the villa of the last king of Poland and is now a Polish country hotel. Mechlevitzki Palace is located not far northeast of the Lazienki Palace.

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Athens Full Day Tour with Lunch
5/5
31 Reviews
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Founding Fathers Tour of Philadelphia
5/5
43 Reviews
FromAUD49.26

Warsaw Weather

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Today
13 Nov 2019
6 °
Cloudy
6-13
Tomorrow
14 Nov 2019
4 °
Showers
4-9
Friday
15 Nov 2019
8 °
Mostly Cloudy
8-13
Saturday
16 Nov 2019
7 °
Intermittent Clouds
7-16

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