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Travel to Warsaw Poland

Warsaw, a Dream Destination for Design Enthusiasts

Warsaw, the capital city of Poland, seamlessly blends the charm of the past with the vibrancy of the present. (A fabulous symphony blending the old and new). 

A haven for architecture enthusiasts, it invites travelers to meander through its streets, offering a lot of splendid photo opportunities amidst magnificent structures. As Poland’s largest city, Warsaw is gracefully positioned along the picturesque Vistula River.

For a unique perspective, we recommend embarking on a boat tour to witness the cityscape from a different angle. In the summertime, the riverside comes alive with trendy bars, lively clubs, charming bistros, and outdoor events, creating a dynamic and inviting atmosphere for visitors.

When to visit and for how long

The best time to visit Warsaw, Poland, is during the spring (March to May) and fall (September to November). During these seasons, the weather is generally mild and pleasant, making it ideal for exploring the city and enjoying outdoor activities. Spring brings blooming flowers and warmer temperatures, while fall offers crisp air and vibrant autumn foliage.

Summer (June to August) can be warm and lively, but it’s also the peak tourist season, and some attractions may be crowded. Winter (December to February) can be cold, with snowfall adding a charming winter atmosphere, but it’s advisable to be prepared for colder temperatures if you choose to visit during this time.

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Must see places in Warsaw

The top things to do in Warsaw are:
Wilanow Palace - Travel and Home Warsaw Poland

Photo courtesy of Wilanów Palace

Our favorite stops:

Wilanów Palace – Museum of King Jan III’s Palace at Wilanów

In our opinion, the majestic Palace, nicknamed The “Polish Versailles”, with its spectacular gardens is definitely worth a visit.  The Museum of King John III’s Palace at Wilanów is considered to be one of the oldest in the country. 

 

Warsaw’s Old Town

I think a visit to Poland is not complete without a stop at the Warsaw Old Town.  This beautiful part of town is a UNESCO World Heritage site.  The town square has a statue of the Warsaw Mermaid, which is the emblem and guardian of the city.  This was and still is a favorite place for markets and festivities as well as stopping for something to drink at a beautiful café.

Royal Łazienki Museum

Visit the summer residence of the last king of Poland (which is now a museum) – Stanisław August Poniatowski. The beautiful flower gardens and the park is a popular gathering place. Here you will also find an orangery, an amphitheater, an eighteenth-century court theatre, the Museum of Hunting and Horse-riding, and the Myślewicki Palace. The park is also famous for its Chopin concerts.  From mid-May to the end of September you can enjoy a lazy musical afternoon on the grass every Sunday while enjoying the music. 

Furthermore, this stop offers spectacular gardens, amongst which is the: 

  • Royal Garden
  • A Chinese Garden
  • The Nineteenth-Century Romantic Garden
  • And the Twentieth-Century Modernist Garden

 

It’s a beautiful place to be during the Christmas holidays.

Warsaw Poland during Christmas

Things to do

  • Discover the city with a Warsaw Super SEGWAY Historical Tour or do the tour on an electric scooter:  Click to book
  • City Sightseeing Warsaw Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour:  Click to book   
  • Visit the remains of Hitler’s headquarters during World War Two: Wolf’s Lair:  Click to book   
  • Half-Day Treblinka Concentration Camp Small-Group Tour from Warsaw: Click to book   

Food and more Food

Restaurant in Warsaw
While you are in the area, stop at Restaurant Arina.

Last but not least:  At this classic restaurant in Łomianki – Arina, Polish and international dishes are served.

More things to do

Where to stay in Warsaw, Poland