Historic Center of Warsaw with many shops, sites and restaurants. The Old Town is a bustling tourism hub, with cobblestone alleys and medieval buildings reconstructed after WWII. At its heart is Rynek Starego Miasta, a busy square lined with burgher houses and upscale Polish eateries. Nearby, St. John's Archcathedral dates back to the 14th century and hosts summer concerts. The area is also home to the restored apartments and manicured gardens of the Royal Castle.
|Royal Castle Museum
In 1980, the Royal Castle, together with the Old Town was registered as a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site. Today it is a historical and national monument, and is listed as a national museum visited by over 500,000 people every year.
The park and palace complex where half of Warsaw descends on a Sunday to take the traditional family stroll, the name lazienki means baths and is derived from the park's centerpiece and best-known attraction, the Palace on the Island.
|Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanow
The former palace of King John Sobieski III, a baroque-style property built in 1677, now welcomes visitors to explore its royal apartments, chapel, library and galleries. And surrounding the museum are manicured gardens filled with rose bushes, lemon trees, tulip bulbs and other colorful plants.
|Warsaw Uprising Museum
The museum covers all aspects of the Warsaw Uprising. There are exhibits over several floors, containing photographs, audio and video, interactive displays, artifacts, written accounts, and other testimonies of how life was during the German occupation of Warsaw, the uprising, and its aftermath.
Here you will find collections of the National Museum in Warsaw comprise about 830,000 exhibits of Polish and foreign art, from antiquity to the present, and include paintings, sculptures, drawings, engravings, photographs and coins as well as objects of applied art and design.
|Copernicus Science Center
Copernicus Science Centre is a science museum standing on the bank of the Vistula River in Warsaw, Poland. It contains over 450 interactive exhibits that enable visitors to single-handedly carry out experiments and discover the laws of science for themselves.
|Fryderyk Chopin Museum
The Fryderyk Chopin Museum is a museum in Warsaw, Poland, established in 1954 and dedicated to Polish composer Frédéric Chopin. The museum has two branches: Birthplace of Frédéric Chopin, at ?elazowa Wola; and Chopin Family Parlor, on Krakowskie Przedmie?cie, Warsaw.
The Vistula Boulevard has become one of the favourite destination sites in Warsaw creating a new relationship between city and river, and what was formerly a back-side is turned into a new, highly attractive front. Project name: “Vistula Boulevards” – Warsaw waterfront on the distance from Bole?? St. to Tamka St.
|Nowy Swiat Street
Ulica Nowy ?wiat is one of the main historic thoroughfares of Warsaw. It comprises part of the Royal Route (Trakt królewski) that runs from Warsaw's Royal Castle and Old Town, south to King John III Sobieski's 17th-century royal residence at Wilanów. This upscale area is full of high end-shops, chic restaurants and cafes.
This City lies on the banks on the Fistula River and was the Capital of Poland for centuries. Home to many prestigious sites and attractions located just 2 hours from Warsaw via train.
Dining Around Warsaw
Belvedere Restaurant – Located in an airy glass pavilion in the park, serving up upmarket dining surrounded by the exotic plants and gardens.
Hard Rock Café – Your love for Hard Rock Café is available in the large city of Warsaw. Dine in one the the largest dining venues in the City at Hard Rcok Café.
Kieliszki na Hozej (Wine Restaurant) – A Polish cuisine with a flare. “We are seeking ideal balance between what is in the glass and what is on the plate."
Polska Rozana – Traditional Polish cuisine in a romantic, upmarket setting with fresh flowers, piano music & a garden.
Nolita Restaurant – Inventive modern cooking in a stylish restaurant with colorful artworks and an open kitchen.
Stary Dom – Cozy restaurant with a high beamed ceiling, wooden panels & tables for traditional Polish dishes.
N31 Restaurant & Bar – Airy, contemporary restaurant offering artful & elevated Polish cuisine alongside wine & cocktails.
Munja – The only restaurant in Warsaw serving up Adriatic Cuisine – full of Balkan fire and at the same time Mediterranean lightness.
Podwale 25 Kompania Piwna – A Casual Dining experience with hearty traditional Polish cuisine in a Bavarian-inspired setting with costumed serving staff.
Transportation around Warsaw
- Rent a Bike
- Horse and Buggy, available in Old Town