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Tourist attractions in Warsaw's districts

Apart from the city centre, which boasts the most prominent visitor attractions, many less known tourist spots are scattered over various city districts. Below you will find some hinds concerning the hidden treasures of Warsaw. ZoliborzZoliborz district is located to the noth of the city centre, on the left bank of the [...]

Exploring Warsaw area on two wheels

If you are in Warsaw and you are a keen cyclist, you will have an opportunity to explore the city and the area following numerous attractive cycling paths. Warsaws area is a perfect place for cyclists. It features hundreds of kilometers of cycling paths through Kampinoski National Park just a [...]

Tourist attractions near Warsaw

Do you need a break from the bustle of Warsaw and wish to slow the pace and spent some time in a beautiful environment? Do you feel like watersports, horse riding, cycling, hiking, sailing and other outdoor activities? The Mazovian region welcomes you to explore and enjoy its natural beauty and [...]

Top Attractions in Warsaw

Warsaw abounds in historical sights dating from various periods and erected in different architectural styles. Seeing them all would be quite a demanding task, thus, the top sights listed below are often referred to as the musts on the tour of Warsaw. The Old Town Market Square is the central attraction [...]

Chopin and Warsaw

Warsaw abounds in places which are closely associated with Frederic Chopin's life and music. They are connected not only with the past (like memorabilia, museums, etc.) but with the present as well (Chopin's music concerts).  The major ones are listed below. Frederic Chopin's Birthplace A must to all music lovers is Zelazowa [...]

Jewish Warsaw

The history of Warsaw is strictly connected with the Jews who, before World War II, constituted one third of the city's population. They mainly lived in Nalewki district situated in the north-west of the centre of Warsaw. On November 16th, 1940 Nalewki was transferred into the Jewish Ghetto by the Nazis [...]

What to See Walking along Royal Route

The Royal Route (Trakt Krolewski), starting from Castle Square, runs along Krakowskie Przedmiescie and Nowy Swiat futher on as far as Wilanow. Its major part includes Krakowskie Przedmiescie and Nowy Swiat – the thoroughfares situated close to the banks of the Vistula River - which used to attract well-off citizens who [...]

Top Sights of Warsaw New Town

The New Town (Nowe Miasto), originally called New Warsaw, dates back to the 14th century. Till 1791 it had its own separate status with the town hall, the city council, a parish church and a few monastery churches. Nowadays, the New Town (Nowe Miasto) is one of Warsaw's districts. Its picturesque [...]

Sightseeing the Old Town

The Old Town is one of the most historic and charming sights of Warsaw. Designed in accordance with the medieval town planning scheme, it consists of the picturesque Market Square with the chess-board like layout of historic streets. Unique Beauty of the Old Town Market Square Till the end of the [...]

Warsaw - the City of Parks

Warsaw is the city of parks. There are as many as 82 parks in the city which cover 8 % of its area. The oldest ones, once parts of representative palaces, are Saxon Garden, the Krasinski Garden, the Lazienki Park and the Wilanow Park. The parks play a crucial role in [...]

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