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Why Warsaw?

Not just the Capital of Poland...

If you are planning a trip to Poland, visiting Warsaw, the capital city is a must. The biggest city in Poland with its rich history is an interesting place for travellers from all over the world. Make sure you will book your hotel for longer, since one day is definitely not enough to explore the city.

Being in Warsaw you cannot miss the Old Town. Atmospheric alleys, cosy cafes, restaurants with traditional food is what you will remember for a long time. In the Cassel Square, the main square in the Old Town, you will find the famous Sigismund’s Column, the statue of the King Sigismund III Vasa who has moved Poland’s capital from Krakow to Warsaw in 1596. Just next to it you can visit the historical residence of Masovian princes, the Royal Castle built in 15th century.

For those who like calm walks in green areas the park and palace complex at Lazienki is just perfect. One of the most beautiful of this type in Europe, established in 17th century, the garden features plenty of marvellous architecture, with the most important the Palace on the Island. If you don’t have enough the Wilanow Park-Palace Complex with the summer residence of kings surrounded by a romantic park and garden should be the next place on your list.

Want to see Warsaw from above? You can see the panorama of the whole city from the Palace of Culture and Science located in the close city centre. From the viewing terrace situated on the XXX floor you can admire the beauty of the city. The terrace is not the only attraction there, since you can also find a theatre, cinema, various exhibitions, concerts and many more.

If after sightseeing the historical part of Warsaw you would like to challenge the modern industry and gain new knowledge in an unusual way at the same time, you should go to Copernicus Science Centre, one of the most modern and largest of this type in Europe. The interactive exhibition is addressed to everyone, adults, adolescents and children. Being involved in various experiments you will feel that the time was not wasted. Visiting Warsaw you should also remember about Multimedia Fountain Park. The multimedia shows involving water, light and sound takes place each Friday and Saturday evening from May to October. All football fans should also go on a tour in National Stadium, the largest one in Poland, situated nearby city centre.

Those are just a few places you should not miss when visiting the biggest polish city. If you were not sure whether or not to take Warsaw into account when planning your trip, now you have probably made your mind.

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