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The Belvedere Palace

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The Belvedere Palace

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Ul. Belwederska 54/56, Warsaw 00-594 Poland
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Private Tour: Warsaw City Sightseeing by Retro Fiat

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There are few better ways to discover any city than with a personal driver/guide: cover more ground and in more depth than you could alone. For the peak of the Communist-era style, explore Warsaw in a Fiat 125p. Customize the tour to suit your interests but expect to check off key highlights: Old Town, New Town, and the Palace of Culture and Science.
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Bozeman-Dublin wrote a review Aug. 2019
Trim, Ireland7,994 contributions3,061 helpful votes
Absolutely beautiful and elegant, the Beleveder Palace stands at the edge of Lazienki Park near the Russian embassy. It is a stunner but as far as I know you can't go inside as it is gated But you get great views of it from said gates so it still well worth a stop if you are walking past as it is very photogenic.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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545medva wrote a review Jun. 2019
Budapest, Hungary3,983 contributions887 helpful votes
It is the official home of Plaond's president. It is a very nice palace from outside, so you can make some photos.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Mathias S wrote a review Apr. 2019
333 contributions91 helpful votes
It is a small neo-classicist palace close to Łazienki (Baths) park, with a view on it, hence the name Belvedere, which means Nice View. It was a residence of marshall Piłsudski I believe, and that's why there's his statue next to the palace. It's also why president Wałęsa wanted to reside there.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Sachin0408 wrote a review Feb. 2019
Pune, India941 contributions362 helpful votes
The 'Belvedere Palace' is the home of the president of Poland. I was here along with my friend who was giving me a tour of the capital city on 26-Dec-18 after the Christmas day. Situated on the Royal Route surrounded by a lot of nice places and structures of historical importance the President's house is really marvellous. Loved the overall vibe of the entire place. Must visit by all means.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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romanpiekosz wrote a review Dec. 2018
Chicago, Illinois7,163 contributions118 helpful votes
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I had a rare occasion to see the Belvedere – the official building of Polish Presidents, used for all international politicians and important guests (including kings and queens) visiting Poland. It’s a beautiful palace style building from 17th century with many nicely decorated rooms. There are many artefacts related to the very important figure of Polish politic before second war – Marshal Josef Pilsudski, Chief of State. Outside, the whole complex of buildings looks nite. At night, even better. If you have an opportunity to visit this place, you have to do it! It’s must see place. RomanP
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Date of experience: November 2018
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