History, romance, ambience. Looking for something special, take a stroll through the old town.Most of the historical buildings around the Vistula River are still in excellent condition (or were rebuilt in the original style) and many occupied by tourist shops or restaurants catering for tourist walking groups.Is kind of small when compare to other eu old town . however is still a must to visit when you are i. warsaw . avoid eating there as the price is much more higher and the food might not taste as good ..
I love being in Warsaw Old Town, it is a great place to visit. I went there in winter after Christmas, and l could still feel the warmth of the holidays. The decorations and christmas lights and trees in the square. l also love the way how people enjoy life in that beautiful square, especially at night. l think warsaw is such a wonderful city to visit in Europe.
Fantastic place. Local Street food is amazing and cheap! People are super friendly! A lot of three attractions.
Warsaw in early summer is shady, windy and sunny, and the temperature is as cool and pleasant as the late autumn in Guangzhou. On the first day of hiking around the old city of Warsaw, Medieval Poland is the most dazzling country in Europe. Although the prosperity is no longer there, the beautiful buildings in front of us can still feel the glorious history that the city once had. The buildings of Warsaw's Old Town are very special, including Mermaid statues, palaces, Madame Curie Museum and Old Town Square.
Walking around the old city of Warsaw yesterday afternoon, the local tour guide had excellent Chinese, and the forum in the morning was translated by him. It was a historical control addicted to Polish history. He speaks highly of Poland's history between Russia and Germany. The old city of Warsaw was destroyed in World War II. In 44 years, the people of Warsaw rebelled against the Nazis and occupied the city for more than 60 days. Ultimately it failed. After the failure, the Nazis blew up the whole city and razed it to the ground. The old city is now rebuilt on detailed drawings after the war. There are Jewish settlements destroyed after the Nazi massacre, Madame Curie's former residence, the Polish palace where Chopin's heart is stored in pillars, and a tank track embedded in the wall for the deaths of innocent people after German tanks blow up residential areas. The Polish nation had suffered a lot and was deeply saddened. Now the country is developing well.
Walking on the streets of Warsaw, I have been thinking that the destruction of the old city of Warsaw is only the reconstruction of historical buildings. It seems more about the rebuilding of their national spirit and the revival of their national culture. Today, compared with Warsaw, we seem to have enough reasons to reflect on whether the ancient towns and cities built in large quantities have really achieved the goal of cultural heritage protection in the protection and development of our historic cities. Can we really help our nation find its spiritual home? Perhaps only when our inner strength really comes from our love for the nation and our homeland rather than the pursuit of money; when we remember the war that once burned over the city, waving the iron hammer on the demolition of ancient cities and buildings and the dying blood of national culture, not just the words of tourism and economy, which seem grand but are full of great destructive power, Only in this way can we really protect the most precious things that our ancestors left us. The old city of Warsaw, as the only rebuilt building complex, has been listed on the World Heritage List by UNESCO. As you stroll through the streets of Warsaw's Old Town, through rough paving and mottled walls, even the roof tiles seem to tell the city's age and story.
The old city of Warsaw still retains its old flavor. The whole area is a traditional low-rise house, with rubble roads and pedestrian passages. It has the flavor of a small European town. Compared with the new urban area not far away, it exudes a totally different view.
The ancient city of Warsaw has been listed in the World Heritage List. The ancient city of Warsaw is very special. After the serious destruction in World War II, the Polish people spontaneously protected their national culture and historical traditions and united to rebuild them. Medieval churches and Gothic buildings can be seen everywhere in the old city. Chopin, Madame Curie and Copernicus are Poland's pride. The Museum of Chopin and Madame Curie is worth visiting. Polish cuisine can be enjoyed in the old city. Polish dumplings, look like Chinese dumplings, but stuffed with mashed potatoes and cheese, as well as blueberries, strawberries, when eating with juice.