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Parque
“The royal park. MUST SEE Chopin concerts from June till September on Sundays”
Recomendado por 190 habitantes locales
History Museum
“A place you can't miss! A real history lesson on the heroic struggle of the inhabitants of Warsaw during World War II. It is worth booking a few hours, because this place will attract you with its interactive propositions.”
Recomendado por 159 habitantes locales
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.”
Recomendado por 67 habitantes locales
Centro comercial
“Arkadia started in 2004 and is the biggest shopping mall in Central Europe with a total area of 287,000 sq. m., housing 230 shops, 25 restaurants, and a cinema. ICSC awarded Arkadia as Shopping Centre of the Year in 2004.”
Recomendado por 79 habitantes locales
Mirador
“Palace of Culture and Science is a notable high-rise building in Warsaw, Poland. Constructed in 1955, it is the center for various companies, public institutions and cultural activities such as concerts”
Recomendado por 93 habitantes locales
Castillo
“Since XVI Royal Castle was an official residence of the Polish monarchs. Currently it serves as a museum and place for official/national meetings.”
Recomendado por 56 habitantes locales
Science Museum
“At Copernicus, you will find around 400 exhibits within our permanent and temporary exhibitions, as well as the Thinkatorium workshop space, and two theatres – the High Voltage Theatre and the Robotic Theatre. Admission to all the attractions listed below is included in the ticket to the Copernicus Science Centre.”
Recomendado por 102 habitantes locales
History Museum
“ Warsaw is home to Poland’s most inspiring museums, which will give you a chance to learn about the country’s turbulent history, visual arts, classical music, science and more. POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews Building, History Museum Save to Wishlist Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Copy link Share POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews | © Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland / Flickr Book Now Located on the former site of the Warsaw Ghetto in the Muranów district, the POLIN museum celebrates the history and heritage of the Jewish community in Poland. Designed by Finnish architect Rainer Mahlamäki, the modern glass, copper and concrete building houses a 43,000 sq ft permanent exhibition space with multimedia displays including reconstructed parts of historical Jewish synagogues, an interactive 3D model of Kracow and its Jewish neighbourhood of Kazimierz and a Holocaust gallery. There is also a kosher restaurant and café on-site.”
Recomendado por 48 habitantes locales
Galería de arte
“The most influential art gallery in Warsaw. Every time there is something worth seeing. On Thursdays you enter for free.”
Recomendado por 53 habitantes locales
Museo de arte
“Located in the historical Ostrogski Castle, it is one of the few multimedia biographical museums in Europe. Among the exhibits you will find the composer's last piano and manuscripts of his letters and compositions.”
Recomendado por 44 habitantes locales
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.”
Recomendado por 43 habitantes locales
Opera House
“The Great Theatre - National Opera. At the moment of building (1st half of XIX century) the world's biggest opera house. Nowadays lively centre of classic and modern opera. Take every tram going west (to the other side of Vistula river) and get off at the 2nd stop Metro Ratusz Arsenal, then go 5 minutes south and on the left by Senatorska street to the Plac Teatralny. Check the shows and tickets at www.teatrwielki.pl”
Recomendado por 32 habitantes locales
Zoo
“ZOO, feeding hours, picnic area with a playgound and a train, educational classes”
Recomendado por 36 habitantes locales
Restaurante mediterráneo
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“Bardzo popularne miejsce, smaczne jedzenie i drinki. W weekend gra Dj. Również mają bardzo dobre i tanie śniadania. Very popular place, tasty food and drinks. Live Dj sets on weekends. Also recommend for breakfasts.”
Recomendado por 39 habitantes locales
Cine
“The Palace of Culture was a "gift" from Stalin and Soviet regime back in the day. For some remains an unpleasant memory, for others became indispensable part of Warsaw. Bars, cinemas, theaters inside”
Recomendado por 54 habitantes locales
Restaurante polaco
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“Perfect place for a big appetite. The portions of food are an excellent value for your money, and so tasty you won't want to stop eating even if you're already full.”
Recomendado por 22 habitantes locales