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Top Warsaw attractions
- Lazienki Gardens & Palace: a garden complex situated in a large park, featuring the beautiful palace of King Stanisław Augustus, built in the late 17th century.
- Old Town: the historic district of Warsaw boasting stunning medieval architecture, scenic narrow streets and a main square with bustling restaurants and shops.
- Warsaw Uprising Museum: a museum dedicated to the Warsaw Uprising of 1944, showcasing numerous artefacts from the days of the Nazi occupation of the city, and retelling harrowing stories from the occupants.
- Castle Square (Plac Zamkowy): the large public square situated in Old Town Warsaw directly in front of the Royal Castle, popular with tourists for stunning photo opportunities and other fascinating sights.
- POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews: a museum situated on the site of the former Warsaw Ghetto, documenting the history and treatment of Polish Jews throughout history, and World War 2.
If you want to make sure you see the very best of Warsaw, take a look at our travel guide today. We’ve put together all of our best insider tips and tips so that you can be confident that you don’t miss a thing on your holiday to Warsaw!
What’s the best way to get around Warsaw?
The metro is efficient and affordable so is a great way to move between districts. However, the metro was built with commuters in mind so while it is good for moving in and out of the city, it won’t take you directly to any tourist attractions. The metro runs every 3-10 minutes from early morning until 00:00 and there are special night lines operating until 03:00 on weekends. Buses are a fantastic option for tourist and they run regularly day and night. They can get a little crowded during rush hours and if traffic is bad, your journey can take a while. To avoid traffic jams, you can also take the tram. While the tram isn’t quicker than the bus in normal circumstances, the tram doesn’t get caught up in traffic so is often a better option.
What’s the weather in Warsaw?
It rains about half the time in Warsaw, so no matter when you’re travelling, take an umbrella. Warsaw has very cold winters with temperatures below freezing more often than not. Summers are very mild, with an average high of just 18°C (64°F) in July.