Royal Palace, beautifully rebuilt after the original plans. Often hosts exhibitions and art galleries.
Culture and Science Palace, built by the architectural model of the Lomonosov University in Moscow, located downtown, offers a splendid panorama of Warsaw who climb the terrace building.
Łazienski Park and Palace, offers an interesting insight of the imperial lands of old Poland. A walk on park paths occasion for frequent meetings with squirrels, very friendly with tourists.
Wilanow Palace - built for King Jan Sobieski and is a large building with 60 rooms, most filled with items related to royalty, portraits and ancient artifacts.
Warsaw is a semicircular fortress outpost and one of the few remnants of fortifications that surrounded Warsaw in the past.
Warsaw Uprising Museum, one of the most beautiful museums in the country, offers visitors information on the most tragic episode in the history of the city.
Warsaw History Museum which offers a fascinating tour through history the Polish capital.
Polish Army Museum is the largest museum collection of military artifacts from Poland
Old Town Square, bordered by Mermaid statue, symbol of Warsaw. Here you will find most shops and souvenir stalls, or you can opt for a ride on a cart pulled by horses.
Pawiak Prison - a reminder of the horrific times of the Second World War.
Royal Road is a symbolic journey from the royal castle and palace Wilanów, which includes several historical sights.
Zoo occupies an area of 40 acres where we can see over 500 species of animals