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Park
“Łazienki Park is the largest park in Warsaw, occupying 76 hectares of the city center. It combines a pleasant nature walk with various ancient palaces and sculptures https://www.lazienki-krolewskie.pl/en”
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History Museum
“The Museum is a tribute of Warsaw’s residents to those who fought and died for independent Poland and its free capital. The exhibition depicts fighting and everyday life during the Rising. Free entrance on Sundays https://www.1944.pl/en/article/the-warsaw-rising-museum,4516.html”
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Shopping Mall
“A huge shopping mall with all the brands you probably know including Carrefour, Cinema, cafes, restaurants, laundry and all the things that you might need. Quircky architecture may grab your attention as well :)”
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Scenic Lookout
“The best-known and tallest building in the city, the Palace of Culture and Science, was a gift from the Soviet people to the Poles. Visible from almost any place in Warsaw, the palace is to Warsaw what the Eiffel Tower is to Paris – the perfect landmark. Take the lift up to the 30th floor to see the city panorama from a height of 114 metres. The palace also houses theatres, a cinema, museums and trendy bistros, as well as the city’s main tourist information point. You can see it from the apartment window.”
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Science Museum
“Showing in interactive and funny way the history of science, demonstrating on concrete cases and experiments how the world works. Especially suitable for children. To be reached by metro (line 2, start at Metro Daszynskiego Station, get off on the station CENTRUM NAUKI KOPERNIK”
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Museum
“The National Museum in Warsaw is home to over 800,000 exhibits of both Polish and worldwide art. They represent all epochs from antiquity to contemporary times, including paintings, sculptures, drawings, illustrations, photographs, numismatic items and objects of applied arts. *** Zbiory Muzeum Narodowego w Warszawie liczą ponad 830 tysięcy eksponatów - dzieł sztuki polskiej i światowej. Pochodzą one ze wszystkich epok, od antyku do współczesności, i obejmują malarstwo, rzeźbę, rysunki, ryciny, fotografie, numizmaty, a także przedmioty sztuki użytkowej.”
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Park
“Beautiful Park with nice fountain, Unknown Solider monument and cool playground for kids”
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Shopping Mall
“One of the biggest shopping malls in Warsaw. If you want to visit ZARA, H&M or Reserved you will find it there.”
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Neighborhood
“Royal Castle in Warsaw, Barbican, St. John's Cathedral, Old Town Market Place”
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Plaza
“Fountains operate every day from 8.30 am until 10.30 pm Multimedia show (music, lights, water, and laser) each Friday and Saturday. Highly recommended! May,June, and July: 9.30 pm August: 9 pm September: 8.30 pm ”
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Kasteel
“Since XVI Royal Castle was an official residence of the Polish monarchs. Currently it serves as a museum and place for official/national meetings.”
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Other Nightlife
“The ‘Koszyki’ market hall, also referred to as ‘People’s bazaar’ was built in 1906-1908 in Koszykowa Street in Warsaw at the then ‘Koszyki’ grange place. For many years it performed as the main city market, very modern as for its times. Today Hala is ahead of its time again – it’s a pioneering solution of a place where 18 restaurants, 11 groceries, a fine Bazar Koszyki open from dawn to dusk, a chemist, a bookstore and a kitchen accessories and appliances shop are lined up next to each other. ”
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Palace
“The palace at the southern end of the Royal Route came through the Second World War without a scratch. So Wilanów Palace is a rare glimpse of the majesty of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth before Poland was annexed by Prussia and Russia in the late-18th century. This palace was intended as a summer escape for King Jan III Sobieski towards the end of the 17th century, and has all the hallmarks of Baroque palace architecture, including a parterre with two terraces boasting topiaries, broderie and statues symbolising love. The exterior is laden with medallions, busts, statues and other Baroque ornamentation, while interior decor abounds with stuccowork, striking trompe-l’œil frescoes and chinoiserie. High points are the sumptuous White Hall, traced by mirrors, the King’s Library, the King’s Bedroom and the North Gallery, flanked by statues and with magnificent ceiling frescoes.”
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Art Gallery
“The most influential art gallery in Warsaw. Every time there is something worth seeing. On Thursdays you enter for free.”
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Burgertent
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“Plentiful restaurants and outdoor cafes (in season) with a variety of cuisines, from traditional Polish restaurants and other cuisines from around the world. Enjoy a nice stroll down this street.”
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Route
“Plentiful restaurants, cafes, bars, live music, etc on your way to Stare Miasto.”
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