ATTRACTIONS – POLAND




Saxon Garden, Warsaw, Poland

The Saxon Garden (Ogród Saski) is a 15.5 hectare magnificent park in the central Warsaw.  Opened to the public in 1727 this is the oldest public park of Warsaw and one of the first publicly accessible parks in the world. Facing Pilsudski square, this is one of the greenest parks I have seen. The Bird shelter set at different areas of the park is really special.



Łazienki Park, Warsaw

Łazienki Park is the largest park in Warsaw, Poland. It is in the city center occupying 76 hectares. Attractions include : Architecture, History, The Royal Garden, The Chinese Garden, The Nineteenth Century romantic garden The Twentieth century modernist garden, Picture & Sculpture Gallery, The Palace on the Isle – one of the most valuable Polish historical buildings, The Myślewicki Palace,  The White Pavilion …  Nature at its Best, If you are visiting Warsaw not to miss this place. Location : Łazienki Park, Warsaw, Poland.


 Warsaw Uprising Museum

A unique place that helps visitors understand contemporary Warsaw, Uprising of 1944. This interactive museum commemorates the largest underground combat operation. At the heart of the museum is a steel monument that passes through all the floors of the building. Location : Grzybowska 79, Warszawa, Poland.



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