Some of my Polish friends took my boyfriend and I here during our long stay in Warsaw. Even though we went in November, it was still STUNNING. The history is vast, and it is unique because it is hard to find any history that still remains in Warsaw since WWII destroyed most of the city. This place is a great little escape from the hustle and bustle. It's got gorgeous nature, beautiful architecture, and even some fun animals! We spotted peacocks, and Mandarin ducks...which I had never seen before. As it turns out, this is one of the only places Mandarin ducks roams free outside of Japan. There are museums within the park, so you can easily spend an entire day here!
A must visit when you are in Warsaw. If you are there in summer you might be lucky enough to get to sit down on the beautiful lawn and listen to some Chopin. And yes, it's easy to locate the piano and stage are setup just under the Chopin statue next to the pond.
Lazienkie Royal park, is best during Spring and Summer...good for family, friends and individuals who loves nature and structure.
Łazienki Park is a decent walk from the city center, but it's worth it. It's a beautiful park and it's where you'll find the Chopin Monument.
Beautiful park with a lot of history and a lot to explore. Lively with tourists and locals.
Wonderful park, right place for lovers and people loving nature. I'd like to visit Lazienki again soon.
Didn't have much time to walk through but this park is HUGE and gorgeous.
Quite out of the way south of the historic center, though easily accessible by bus. Beautiful park best enjoyed in the early morning (yes, even after a vodka-filled night), with the Lazienki Palace at its centerpiece. I'm a big fan of his, the highlight for me was the Chopin Monument at the western end of the park.