Top 10 attractions


Top 10 attractions in Warsaw.

Places that are worth visiting during a visit to the capital.

List of places, attractions in Warsaw, what to do, where admission is free

1. Old Town and Old Town Square, entry to Of the Royal Castle in every Sunday free

The Old Town in Warsaw is a vibrant place not only during the famous jazz Jazz festival in the Old Town. In winter, you can skate here, eat a delicious waffle or drink mulled wine. Restaurants located in the Old Town offer great dishes of Polish cuisine.

2. National Museum, in everyone Tuesday free admission to the permanent exhibition

The museum has a rich collection of exhibits from all periods, from antiquity to the present. The museum presents the work of artists from around the world during numerous temporary exhibitions.

3. Park - Royal Łazienki, in everyone Thursday free admission to facilities


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Hermaphrodite rejecting the water nymph Salmacida

Established in the 18th century, the Royal Łazienki Park is a place of many cultural, scientific and entertainment events, as well as one of the favorite places for walks of Warsaw residents and guests of the capital.

4. University of Warsaw Library, University of Warsaw Library, always free admission

The biggest attraction of BUW is the roof garden, which is one of the largest and most beautiful roof gardens in Europe.
In the summer season, open at 8.00 - 20.00.

5. Museum of the History of Polish Jews - Polin, in everyone Thursday Free entrance

The multimedia exhibition as well as other objects from the permanent exhibition opened in the 2014 year, located in the museum show 1000 years of co-existence of Polish and Jewish nations.
In addition, various meetings, concerts, performances and other events take place in the Museum building.

6. Museum of the Warsaw Uprising, in every Sunday Free entrance

Museum open in 60. anniversary of the outbreak of insurgent fights, it is located in the building of the former tram power plant. Above the building is the tower, with the symbol of Polish Fighting, on the top of which there is an observation deck. It is also worth taking a look at the basement of the museum, where there is a reconstructed sewage channel that the insurgents were moving.

7. Zachęta - National Art Gallery, in everyone Thursday Free entrance

Zachęta is one of the oldest showrooms in Poland. The building was erected in the years 1898-1900 according to the design of Stefan Szyller.
The Gallery also hosts lectures, scientific sessions, book promotions, meetings with artists, cinema screenings and concerts.

8. Palace in Wilanów, in everyone ThursdayFree entrance

A summer residence of King Jan III Sobieski and then August II and the most distinguished magnate families. It is one of the most beautiful monuments of European Baroque and a testimony to the splendor of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Next to the palace is a magnificent, two-level baroque Italian garden and a romantic park in the English style. In the former riding school there is the Poster Museum.

9. Museum of Modern Art, always free admission

A young, thriving museum dedicated to the latest trends in art both in the 20th century and the present century. On two floors, works by Polish and foreign artists are presented.

10. The Fryderyk Chopin Museum, in every Sunday Free entrance

The museum opened in 200, the 100th anniversary of the birth of a pianist who is the most famous Warsawian in the world. The museum's collections include letters, scores and musical instruments. It is worth spending some time in the underground of the museum, where there are several places to listen to Chopin's music.

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