The beautiful and vibrant ancient city square is undoubtedly the most colorful and unforgettable charming scenery in Warsaw. In this small square, there are numerous magnificent churches, beautiful buildings and many memorable buildings. With the blue sky of Poland, we enter the square of the ancient city of Poland full of laughter and laughter. The first thing we see is the huge palace castle. Although its red appearance is simple, it is especially calm and heavy under the support of different buildings around it. Walking along the plain old block near the square, there are many exquisite handicraft spots along the way, each of which is decorated with exquisite decoration, exuding strong attraction, and the pervasive aroma of coffee everywhere, which makes people drool. Walking into the core area of the square, it is more noisy and busy. Although the bronze statue of mermaid is not as famous as Denmark's, it is still unique in shape and lifelike. A water fountain in the center of the square is clear and pigeons are flying freely above, which brings infinite vitality and vitality to the whole square. Many drivers, driving white carriages, travel between the squares, which is very simple and interesting, as if drawing people's memory back to the last century. Around the square, there are many folk artists, either sitting in the air, or walking on stilts, or taking pictures of historical celebrities and tourists, each showing shocking housekeeping skills, attracting countless tourists to stop and watch; whenever night falls, the square accompanied by charming night, will play melodious piano sound, very romantic.
Castle Square is an ancient square in Warsaw, Poland. It is located in front of the palace castle. It is the entrance from the center of Warsaw to the old city of Warsaw. The Castle buildings on the square are beautiful in different colors. The symbol of Warsaw, Warsaw Mermaid, stands in the center of the square. It is worth visiting.
Warsaw Castle Square is a must-see place for Polish tourists. It is also known as the most colorful square in Europe. The houses around the square are very colorful and beautiful. There are also many shops here. Among them, I think amber is the most worth visiting. The Baltic amber here is pure, cheap and very worth buying.
Walking on the streets of Warsaw last night, I visited many European cities. As the capital and metropolis of a country, I was very impressed. She is a city of classical and modern beauty. There are no refugees, no beggars, no vagrants, no cigarette waste, a very safe and prosperous city with unlimited business opportunities.
From Germany to Cyprus, Warsaw changed planes and arranged for 10 hours to slip out. From the airport taxi to the Castle Square 75 Poland coin, visited the square, impressed the lion statue on the wall, ate pig's elbow, drank beer, and the bus returned to the airport.
The Castle Square in Warsaw, Poland, feels more European than Germany. I was particularly moved to see a scene in the square - today I saw a little boy about four or five years old who seems to be congenitally disabled and unable to stand on his own. His parents took turns holding him to catch bubbles and watch the clown magic. The little boy kept laughing happily, and the young parents kept kissing him on the cheek happily. Yeah, what such a special child needs is not compassion, but a kind and ordinary attitude to them. From this moment on, I have a ten thousand points of favor for Poland! I didn't shoot that scene. I'm sorry!
Castle Square is an important square in Warsaw. Mermaids with sharp edges and shields stand in the center of the square. The square is surrounded by Gothic architecture. The Unknown Martyr Monument is an important place for various activities in Poland. According to Polish diplomatic etiquette, important foreign delegations and Polish envoys should lay flowers at the Tomb of the Unknown Martyr.
Take a walk to the Bell tower. It costs just 10zl. From the top you can see a fantastic view on the Castle square.