What are the tourist places in Warsaw, Poland




What are the tourist places in Warsaw, Poland



The Polish capital, Warsaw, is the country's vibrant heartland, a major cultural center, a vibrant space that attracts modern light while retaining its ancient character.

If you are a fan of history, music, contemporary art, tradition or renewal, you will find what you want in this city. Follow us today the most beautiful tourist places in Warsaw Poland.

Royal Road Trakt Królewski


Royal Road Trakt Królewski



The Royal Road is regarded by many as the most beautiful part of Warsaw, it is five connected streets with a collection of cultural buildings and historical tourist sites.

The royal way starts from the old part of Warsaw, extending over a kilometer. After enjoying the old part, head to Krakowskie Przedmieście Street, which houses several important religious and historical sites and the Polish Academy of Sciences.

Royal Lazienki


Royal Lazienki




This park deserves to be considered an integral part of Warsaw's beauty board. It is the largest and most eye-catching city park in the city, designed since the 17th century in the Baroque style. 

The park is not only a magnificent green space but also a place with some palaces including the "Palace on the Water" as well as a modern, classical theater. If you visit the park in the summer, you will enjoy the free yoga and meditation classes all over.

Palace of Culture and Science


Palace of Culture and Science




The Palace of Culture and Science is one of the most famous buildings in Warsaw and is a mixed-use building with many companies, entertainment halls, and activities and is worth a visit. The highest palace building in Poland, built in the 1950s, represents the industry's view of the sky.

The palace has consistently hosted many international concerts for many years to this day and is also one of the most visited sites in the city continuously.

Wilanow Palace


Wilanow Palace




If we want to choose the best palaces in Poland and Warsaw there is no doubt that the task will be difficult, but there is no doubt that the Palace of Villanov is one of the most important of these palaces because it represents what Poland was before the eighteenth century. 

It is noteworthy that the palace was not destroyed during the Second World War, unlike many of the palaces of the country that suffered. Today the palace has become a magnificent museum that embraces the country's heritage in both royal and artistic terms and it also hosts many summer art festivals, especially in its beautiful garden.

Warsaw Uprising Museum


Warsaw Uprising Museum




One of the most important historical periods in Poland is the uprising against the Nazis in 1944. To revive this common history, the museum opened in 2004 on the 60th anniversary of the uprising. 

You can follow daily details of what happened from 1 August to 2 October and there is a special exhibition for children who participated in the revolution. There is also a watchtower offering excellent views of Warsaw.


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