What is worth seeing in Warsaw? #1
Warsaw is very big and beautiful town. There are so many places, which we should see while visiting the capital of Poland.
~ Old Town ~
Old Town is characterized by atmospheric alleys, squares and cosy cafés surrounded by historical tenement houses.
In the summer, all free spaces on the Old Town become stages for various performances.
Points on the Old Town that are worth your attention: Royal Castle, King Zygmunt III Waza Column, Church of St. Martin, Cathedral Basilica of the Martyrdom of St. John the Baptist, Shrine of Our Lady of Grace the Patron of Warsaw, Old Town Market Square, Monument of the Warsaw Mermaid, Historical Museum of Warsaw, Barbican and defensive walls, Little Insurgent Monument, Sapieha Palace, Warsaw Uprising Monument, Borch Palace – House of the Archbishops of Warsaw, Branicki Palace and many others…
~ Łazienki Królewskie Museum ~
Łazienki Królewskie is a Palace-Garden complex, which is one of the most beautiful places in Warsaw, equally stunning in terms of its greenery and architecture. Complex includes a park and many historical objects. Łazienki performs a variety of functions: it is a museum, a place of cultural, scientific and entertainment events and a favourite place for walks. In the past, during the summer have been held free piano concerts played by one of the most popular composers – Fryderyk Chopin. The most popular building in the garden is Palace on the Island. It is called a pearl of Polish architecture and – undeniably – it is the symbol of Warsaw. The Palace survived World War II despite many destructions.
Other points on the Łazienki Królewskie Museum that are worth your attention: Myślewicki Palace, White House, Old Orangery, Podchorążówka, Amphitheatre, a lot of Pavilions in the Park and many of statues and monuments, which you can find in every nook and corner of the Łazienki Royal Park.