If you happen to be near this building then it's worth going to see it, and you may even get to see the President arriving or leaving. There is also a changing of the guards which if you time it right you may get to see. It's near to many other attractions in Warsaw, so you may pass it unintentionally as I did. There are apparently often protests and demonstrations taking place outside here, but there didn't seem to be any on the days I went past.
The Presidential Palace is part of the Royal Route on the street of Krakowskie Przedmiescie and is fronted by the imposing statue figure of Prince Jozef Poniatowski. Over the years the palace has served a number of uses, from being home to numerous important aristocratic families, to eventually being occupied by Germany during the war. However, now the impressive structure is the seat of the Polish Council of Ministers.
While you can't actually go into the Presidential Palace, for those interested in history will take interest in simply being there, for this is where the historic 'Warsaw Pact' was signed in 1955.The building itself is an elegant neoclassical style building and is located on the grand Krakowskie Przedmieśćie, the Champs Elysees of Warsaw!
建筑有浓浓的艺术气息 在第二次世界大战中遭到严重的破坏，经历战后几十年修复，现在还隐约看到些弹痕 总统府正门外摆放了一个小花圈和三块白木牌。很多人来此是为了寻访肖邦的印记，不远处是宪兵把守的总统府。