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Old Town
#1 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
This is a must see in Warsaw , quirky wee shops, plenty to see , musicans in the streets, plenty of seating , and shops to see...the atmosphere is buzzing, excellent views for pics and u can see the stadium- excel...
So many sites to see including Castle Square, Old Town Square, lots of statues, churches, pubs, restaurants, war memorials, museums, and other historical sites.
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Room Escape Warszawa
#2 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
Lazienki Krolewskie w Warszawie
#3 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
beautiful park with stunning gardens, lovely palaces and other houses in its grounds and a lovely hill with great cafes in art gallery in the top with great views
In the city centre of Warsaw you can enjoy the view of the beautiful palace (the palace insight it's also worth to visit) and many other examples of XVIII century architecture.
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Cmentarz Wojskowy na Powazkach
#4 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
Castle Square (Plac Zamkowy)
#5 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
There is an outstanding view of the square from the top of Chapel of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary - costs 5Zs and there you can see the original column of the first Polish king to make Wars...
We really loved this part of town as it offered a unique combination of local culture, beautiful views of the city, great historical landmarks, and good restaurants and shops.
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Old Town Observation Terrace
#6 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
... you get a magnificent 360 panorama with the Old town in front of you, Science and Culture palace with other skyscrapers in the other direction and new National stadium, new city landmark across the Visla river.
The view is truly panoramic and takes in the Old Town the modern business district and sweeping views of the Vistula river and the National Football stadium beyond.
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Krakowskie Przedmiescie
#7 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
When you pass St Ann Church (the last one before the Castle going from Nowy Świat direction) you can see on the right hand side best view to the river and National Footbal Stadium.
Walking in the opposite direction, you can see all the landmarks from the old town, such as: the Royal Castle, the Sigismund's Column, the Barbican, the old city walls, the beautiful squares and churches of the ce...
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Lazienki Palace (Palac Lazienkowski)
#8 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
Each of the rooms in the palace tells a story about the owner's life and the views of the park from the windows of the palace are enchanting.
Whole park is amazing but the palace and the lake are the main sights.
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Jewish Cemetery (Cmentarz Zydowski)
#9 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
This cemetery is the largest and most beautiful Jewish historical landmark in Warsaw and is one of the few places in Poland where Jewish burials are still performed.
A guide familiar with Polish Jewish history can give you an extensive view into life in Poland dating back to the 1800s.
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Pomnik Bohaterow Getta
#10 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
This beautiful memorial that sits on the site of the Warsaw Ghetto is a powerful and moving tribute to those who fought the Nazis during the Warsaw uprising.
He is very knowledgeable in ALL of the sites & also went to college history studies.
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Old Town Market Square
#11 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
Wonderful place to wander, take in the stunning architecture and beautiful views, very clean and safe, we saw several people wearing national costumes which was nice, must visit place when in Warsaw.
There are beautiful parks to walk, sights to see, steeped in history, wonderful eateries and plenty of people watching can be had.
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PGE National Stadium
#12 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
Fantastic view from all the seating, great atmosphere, affordable refreshments - all round fantastic experience, congratulations to Warsaw on a fabulous venue for sport or music.
The stadium is excellent , great views , good facilities and well organised
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Monument to the Warsaw Uprising Fighters
#13 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
If you are a student of history or enjoy historical monuments, this site is well worth a visit.
I suggest that you also view the monument in front of the Ibis Hotel on Muranowska St. which will perhaps add to the sense of oppression that must have existed for the Poles, particularly the Jews during the war.
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Hala Koszyki
#14 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
Grob Nieznanego Zolnierza
#15 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
With the beautiful Fountain of the Saxon Gardens behind it, the Tomb of the unknown Soldier is a solemn site that demands respect from everybody who visits.
At night, the tomb and square is lightened, recommended view.
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St. Anne's Church (Kosciol Swietej Anny)
#16 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
A must visit church in Warsaw and also adjoins the obsevation tower with great views.
Didn’t get the chance to go inside the church, but the view from the top of the church tower is great.
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Chopin Monument
#17 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
... it is a site of Sunday concerts of live Chopin music; a wonderful tradition and a chance to really experience something the Polish people treasure....
There are plenty of lawned areas but those on the right of the monument offer best views of the musician although a good sound system enables the music to be heard clearly anywhere in this general area.
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Zamek Krolewski w Warszawie - Muzeum
#18 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
Take time to enjoy the surrounding gardens, which are lush and colorful places, affording unique views of the Castle exterior and manicured floral beds that harken to the greatest palaces in Europe.
Although a total reconstruction of the second half of the last century, the Warsaw Castle is a landmark of history, art and architecture of this wonderful city!
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Nowy Swiat
#19 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
Nowy Swiat runs for a mile from pretty much Warsaw centrum to the Old Town - its lined with bars and restaurants and little courtyards down alleyways just out of view some of them brimming with bars - a must when...
What an enjoyable street in a super town, spend a whole afternoon exploring the shops and sights all along this street.
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Holy Cross Church (Kosciol Swietego Krzyza)
#20 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
It is located on the Krakowskie Przedmiesce which is full of churches, monuments, and other sights and which leads to Castle Square and Old Town.
The view along the ornate nave is awe inspiring.
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Legia Warsaw Municipal Stadium of Marshal Jozef Pilsudski
#21 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
It was so nice sitting outside in the football stands enjoying a quality craft beer with great views of the pitch and stadium in surprisingly comfortable seats.
The tickets are cheap, $10-25 and the seats comfortable, view good from every seat.
Statue of the Little Insurgent
#22 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
Well frequented by tours so choose your time for a proper look and unobstructed view.
I really recommend this statue and the many sites in Warsaw, to remind you what this city and the Polish people had to survive because of the bl**** Nazis.
National Museum in Warsaw
#23 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
... up and hidden from reach of the destructive Nazi invaders; and how, after an unbelievable journey, it has been brought back to the museum, restored to its pre-war splendor, and is on view for all to admire.
A real pleasure was to view the Polish painters with a variation of topics.
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Multimedia Fountain Park
#24 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
Yes, you can stand or seat nearby, some people like to get wet, or you can watch the show from a high hill behind, which gives you an incredible panoramic view of the area.
We visited on a Friday on August, in the website (I can't recall if the official site or not) I saw that the show starts on 21:30 (Friday and Saturday), but it actually started on 21:00.
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Warsaw Barbican (Barbakan Warszawski)
#25 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
... after WWII have a nice entrance with two towers where lots of artists try to sell their paintings and craft and you can walk in the wall paths getting a really beautiful view from the Old Town and New town too.
Great Historic Site
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Fragment of Ghetto Wall
#26 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
It gives another dimesnion to the stories and other sites you visit as to what a hard time life must have been for so many people.
Very moving historical site.
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Palace of Culture and Science
#27 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
There are 5 different museums in this buildings - spiders- doll houses- a pretty coffee shop- terrace with gorgeous view - go up there and book adventure tour in vintage old bus they are fun!
The view from the top is well worth the short queue and it's definitely worth lingering at the top as there is lots of information about Warsaw, other landmarks and history as well as a lovely small cafe.
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University of Warsaw (Uniwersytet Warszawski)
#28 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
Just a quick view....
Near other sights.
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King Sigismund's Column (Kolumna Zygmunta)
#29 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw
Specific place, central meeting point for people who are meeting in the old town, when the weather is good You may sit on the steps and enjoy the view
It's one of Warsaw's most famous landmarks.
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Monument to the Fallen and Murdered in the East
#30 of 208 Sights & Landmarks in Warsaw