Warsaw for Everyone
Spending a few days is worth it in order to experience the unforgettable atmosphere. The city’s diversity and richness means that there is something for everyone. Historic palaces and churches meet modern architecture, and cosy cafes compete with fashionable music-filled clubs. Regardless of the goal of your visit, Warsaw will make an impression upon you.
Walking the streets of the Old Town and New Town allows you to rest from the bustle of central city life. Atmospheric alleys, squares, and cosy cafés create a unique sense of history, and in the summer, the Old and New Town Squares become stages for musical and theatrical performances and open-air galleries.
They are associated with eminent Polish rulers and momentous historical events. Pay a visit to them and you will find both splendid monuments of architecture full of art pieces and also romantic gardens or parks. Appreciated by those who seek for a rest in the bosom of nature they also provide a space for major artistic events in Warsaw cultural calendar.
Former residence of Mazovian princes. Once the capital was moved to Warsaw from Krakow, the castle served as seat of the king and the government. Completely destroyed during
World War II.
ŁAZIENKI KRÓLEWSKIE MUSEUM
Łazienki Królewskie is a Palace-Garden complex the most beautiful planned area in Warsaw and one of the most beautiful in Europe, equally stunning in terms of its greenery and architecture.
PALACE OF CULTURE AND SCIENCE
Completed in 1955 as a ‘gift from the Soviet people’, the building is the embodiment of Socialist Realist architecture. It is still the tallest building in Poland and fulfils the role of a cultural centre accommodating theatres, museums, a cinema and a concert hall. The highest viewing platform in Warsaw, on the 30th foor, offers an excellent panoramic view of the city.
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM
The National Museum in Warsaw houses a significantly important collection of art stretching from the antiquities in the unparalleled Faras Gallery, all the way up to groundbreaking contemporary artworks in the Gallery of 20th and 21st Century art. Housed within a spectacular modernist building NMW is a must-see during any trip to Warsaw.
PGE NATIONAL STADIUM
The PGE National Stadium in Warsaw was built for the European Football Championship UEFA EURO 2012™ in place of the former 10th-Anniversary Stadium. It is located close to the Old Town and city centre. It is well visible from many places in Warsaw, being especially attractive from the side of the Zamkowy Square. A walk to the stadium from the Palace of Culture and Science takes less than 30 minutes
COPERNICUS SCIENCE CENTRE
A kingdom of experiments and a heaven for those interested in the world. Here everyone can delve into nature’s mysteries, conduct experiments on their own and, above all, have fun.