Royal Baths Park is called “the happiest place in Warsaw”. It is a palace and garden complex founded in the 18th century. The name of the complex comes from the seventeenth-century baths of the Polish nobleman.
Is the highest Polish building and probably the most famous one. It was constructed in the years 1952-1955 as “the evidence of eternal friendship and a gift of the Soviet Nation to the Polish people”.
The Uprising Museum was opened in 2004 on the 60th anniversary of the Uprising. It was built to honor those who fought and died for the freedom of the country.
The Old Town is the historical center of the capital and the oldest part of the city at the same time. It was set up in 13th century. During the II World War the Warsaw Old Town was destroyed.
Krakowskie Przedmieście is a street in Warsaw that is about 1100 meters long and it is one of the most important and most representative streets in capital.
For almost 90 years the Zoo in Warsaw is one of the main attractions for both tourists as well as habitants of Warsaw. There are about 4000 animals from over 500 species living in the Zoo.
The Science Center is located on the Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie at the Vistula and is opened since November 2010. It is the biggest center of science in Poland.
The Palace in Wilanów is a baroque palace built in years 1681-1696. The amazing park surrounding it is one of the habitants’ favorite place for relaxation and long walks.