Seven sights not to be missed in the capital of Poland
What exactly is the centre of Europe can be discussed for a long time. But surely, according to one of the theories, this is the capital of Poland – Warsaw. Now the summer is upon us and we like to travel as never before. We would also like to make our contribution so that you can have more and more great experiences. There is a lot of history here, but also a great modern life. In Warsaw you can simply walk in the summer and enjoy the positive atmosphere. Nightlife is also a question in itself. We certainly can’t write about all this within this article. That’s why we’ve decided to do something manageable. We will go into seven sights which, in our opinion, must absolutely be visited. The first choice associated with a memory of the Second World War. But perhaps one would first have to visit the heroes’ graves in the Warsaw Ghetto to remember what happy people we are today. We can live peacefully in Europe without borders, travel everywhere and enjoy the heritage of foreign cultures. The former seats of the European kings always attract tourists. The Royal Palace in Warsaw is a heirloom of European architecture and characterises the face of the Polish capital. Here you can immerse yourself in fairytale stories of dynasties and their inner struggles. The general atmosphere and also the glamorous interior architecture are definitely worth seeing.
You must not miss the St. John’s Cathedral in Warsaw either. It was built at the end of the 13th century. The Ducken from Mazovia resided here. The wooden construction was replaced by bricks. The old church was transformed into a cathedral in the 18th century. In the course of many centuries of its own existence, this building has witnessed important historical events. The cathedral was seriously damaged in the Second World War by the attacks on the capital of Poland. But in the end, many important documents have been preserved here. We picked dark spots, didn’t we? But in fact it is one of the most beautiful places in the whole city that should be visited. The cemetery dates back to the 18th century and is therefore the earliest preserved in the city. This sight is preserved during the two world wars. The palace was built in the 17th century by Augustyn Locci. The building only rises above one floor. After some time it was extended by some new wings and towers. In many different ways the building symbolizes the glorious and heroic Polish history. This is the largest and probably most beautiful park in the capital of Poland. It extends over 76 hectares in the middle of the city. It was created in the 17th century and was built in baroque style. Here you can see many sights, including the so-called Castle of Water and the Roman Theatre. You can also visit the Milewski castle, the white house, the old orangery… Take your time! Everything here is magical! The National Museum is certainly worth a visit. Even on sunny days you should not miss it. You will see many unique exhibits, which are really striking for the history of this region.
Take a boat trip in Lazienik Park
The buildings will certainly impress you by their architecture
Capital Poland – The Presidential Office in Warsaw
Take a stroll through the old town