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Things to Visit in Warsaw: 8 Essentials
Warsaw is the capital city and center of political power in Poland. The city is one of the most populous in Europe and is well known for having served as the venue for the signing of important international cooperation agreements between European countries and other countries of the world. The city has a beautiful historic center which, although it may not seem, suffered serious damage during World War II and was rebuilt almost entirely after the conflict.
Visit the Beautiful Warsaw Cathedral
It is an ancient Gothic building almost entirely restored after World War II. Inside you can see beautiful stained glass windows and sculptures of a religious character.
Be amazed by the Old Barbican of the City
An ancient fortification built in the middle of the 15th century. It is currently one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city.
Admire the Grades Walls of the Old Town
They surround part of the city and their construction dates back to the 15th century. They were rebuilt after the damage suffered during World War II.
The Main Square of the Old Quarter
Undoubtedly one of the most interesting places in the city due to the fact that the place is surrounded by ancient buildings with facades painted in striking colors.
The Spectacular Royal Castle in Warsaw
It was built at the end of the 17th century to serve as the palace and residence of the king of that time. Years later it was remodeled to serve as a castle and now as a museum. The interior facilities of the castle stand out for their luxury and elegance! A sign of this is the National Hall and the Grand Hall of the Assembly.
Walk the Streets and Appreciate the Surroundings
It is one of the main roads in Warsaw. Walking through this place you can find interesting buildings and monuments such as Castle Square, Santa Ana Church, Nicolaus Copernicus Monument and Adam Mickiewicz Monument.
Wilanów Palace, a Fascinating Place
It is a baroque palace built during the 16th century to serve as a residence for King John III Sobieski and his family. It was one of the few buildings that remained intact after World War II due to its location on the outskirts of the city. In addition to its beautiful interior facilities, the palace boasts beautiful gardens, beautiful fountains and water channels that are an additional attraction for the tourists visiting this place.
The New City, an Essential Site
Popularly called New Warsaw, it was an independent area of the city with its own town hall and administration. Later it became officially part of the city. Currently it is one of the most visited places by tourists who concentrate on Freta Street where you will find the best clothing shops, restaurants in the city and also the birthplace of the famous scientist Marie Curie.
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Capital Apartments Centrum
Ul. Pokorna 2 lokal U19
VISIONAPARTMENTS Warsaw Grzybowska
Avg. price/night: 49 PLN
H15 Boutique Hotel
Avg. price/night: 142 PLN
WawaBed Bed & Breakfast
Avg. price/night: 67 PLN
4 Jakubowska Str.
Avg. price/night: 10 PLN
Apartment4you Select Kolejowa
Avg. price/night: 159 PLN
Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre
Avg. price/night: 83 PLN
Chopin Apartments Capital
ul. Gieldowa 4d
Avg. price/night: 63 PLN
Chopin Boutique B&B
ul. Smolna 14
Avg. price/night: 94 PLN
Hotel Bristol, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Warsaw
Krakowskie Przedmiescie 42-44
Avg. price/night: 175 PLN
Regent Warsaw Hotel
Avg. price/night: 106 PLN
Sofitel Warsaw Victoria
Avg. price/night: 133 PLN