Warsaw - a vibrant metropolis where the history lives on. A city which historical architecture is harmonically complimented by modern buildings. A city, where you can develop and benefit from the wide cultural offer. A city that is visited and revisited constantly. Below you will find only a few of the atractions that wait for the visitors.
The old residence of Polish royals is a beautifully restored building where you can see e.g. royal apartaments, throne hall and senate hall. The reconstructed castle gardens where you can relax in the epoque's atmosphere are worth seeing as well!
The beautiful baroque palace will take you back to the times of Jan III Sobieski. In the wonderfully upkept building you will be able to admire the royal couple's apartment and thematic cabinets filled with exhibits from all over the world. The nearby lake and the verdant areas that surround the palace will give you a relief from the city's hustle and bustle.
One of the most pronounced landmarks in Warsaw and the tallest building in Poland. It is a well-preserved monument of the socrealist architecture and art. From its terrace you will be able to admire the city's panorama. The Palace consists of three theatres, three museums and cinemas, as well as a conference hall for 3000 guests and Youth Palace with a swimming pool.
An exceptional place for all the science and entertainment admirers. At the Centre you will be able to conduct some experiments by yourself and get a better insight into the laws of science and the mysteries of human body.
An unusual, interactive Museum where you will learn a lot about the city's history. The central part of the museum is constituted by steel monument producing the sound of a heartbeat. The place offers plenty of exhibits connected with the history of the greatest underground military action in Europe, presented in an interesting way.
Listed on UNESCO the World Heritage List, the Old Town of Warsaw is recognized by its unique atmosphere that is incessantly percolated by its history. Strolling down the Old Town Square, you can come by the Royal Castle, admire the Sigismund's Column and the Mermaid of Warsaw sculpture.
POLIN museum is an exceptional and modern cultural institution that was established by the common efforts of the Polish government, local governments and non-governmental organizations. The Museum displays a 1000 year timeline of the Jewish history documented in various exhibits and interactive objects. It is a place of encounters and dialogues aimed at familiarizing the past and building mutual understanding and respect among Jews and Poles.
The verdant heart of Warsaw where you can go for a walk accompanied by wonders of nature and architecture. In the centre of the complex there is the residence of the last King of Poland - Stanislaw August Poniatowski. The residence has been transformed into a museum where the visitors can admire paintings from the royal collection. Lazienki comprises also of Pałac Myśliwiecki, Hunting Muzeum, an 18th century court theatre and and amfitheater.
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