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Where to go Warsaw
 
Where to go in Warsaw, where to go in Poland and visit the best places in Warsaw.
 

Where to go in Warsaw, Poland and visit the best places in Warsaw. Get inspired by attractive ideas and find tips here.

 
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Tip 1: Castle Square: a good start for your trip around the Old Town. The Royal Castle is situated on the eastern side of the square. The north and west side is filled by houses, restaurants, souvenir shop and stands and tourist information.
 
Tip 2: St Anne's Church: The building and its interior are now an important part of Warsaw cultural heritage. You can climb the Bell Tower to see the magnificent panorama from the top.
 
Tip 3: The Old Town: walking along the narrow streets of the Old Town district, the most historic and fascinating part of Warsaw which now is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
 
Tip 4: The Royal Castle: Royal residence of the old times, and a place where the joint Polish-Lithuanian parliamentary sessions were held. Visit the permanent exhibitions, such as the Gallery of Decorative Art, the Lanckoronski Gallery, the Numismatic Cabinet and temporary exhibitions.
 
Tip 5: The Royal Lazienki Park with Palaces: A perfect place for relaxing or romantic walk. Large and beautiful park with palaces, monuments, peacocks and small river on which you can take a boat trip on the boats similar to the ones in Venice.
 
Tip 6: The Wilanow Palace and Park: visit the GALLERY OF THE POLISH PORTRAIT, where you can see the effigies of the Polish monarchs collected over the centuries, representatives of great magnate families. See the royal apartments of the palace. Rooms where parties took place, chambers where the royal couples listened to music, met their friends and guests, and where they worked and rested.
 
Tip 7: The Warsaw Rising Museum: an impressive, huge and modern museum which is not showing only the military history of a 63-day battle, but also the life of civilians in a city under siege.
 
Tip 8: Desa Inucum, gallery and auction house: Desa Unicum has been dealing with art, exhibitions and auctions since 1950. It organizes exhibitions and auctions of various types of Polish and foreign art.
 
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