Looking at the pedestrians in the square, there is a sudden illusion, just like the picture in a story book when I was a child.
Warsaw|Across black and white history, return you to a colorful Warsaw Hitler said, I want to wipe Warsaw from the earth forever, so I bombed the Old City of Warsaw day and night, and eventually all the houses and buildings were burned. But fortunately, the teachers and students of the Department of Architecture of the University of Warsaw did survey and mapping of these houses in advance. Only 30 years after World War II, the people of Warsaw rebuilt this vicissitudes of old city, including the Copernicus Monument and the Holy Cross where Chopin’s heart is stored. cathedral. In order to encourage the people of Warsaw to protect the spirit of national culture and history, the reconstructed Warsaw also made an exception and was included in the "World Heritage List" by the United Nations in 1980. The column of Zygmunt III in front of the Old Town Square is to commemorate his move of the Polish capital from Krakow to Warsaw. The Polish houses in the back are like plates of watercolor paint, with shades of gradation and smudges.
Take a walk to the Bell tower. It costs just 10zl. From the top you can see a fantastic view on the Castle square.
Castle Square is in the middle of it all. There's lots going on and it's close to everything that you probably want to see.
Although it was largely destroyed during WWII, the Castle Square in Warsaw was beautifully rebuilt and restored to its pre-war appearance. Take a stroll through the square, ice cream cone in hand, watch buskers play in small bands or make large bubbles float on the wind. There are several lovely hotels to stay in if you want to be in the center of all of the action, including Castle Inn and Dom Literatury.