Warsaw, as a big capital city, has a wide variety of attractions to propose. You can explore its history, see some interesting art galleries, spend some relaxing time in Royal complexes or simply benefit from its general atmosphere, exploring different restaurants, cafeterias or shopping centers.
Find out more at: http://www.warsawtour.pl/en
On our part, we want to recommend you a few most interesting tourist attractions in Warsaw:
Old Town (Stare Miasto)
Historic centre and oldest part of the city, it is also a living, breathing cultural salon. Founded in the 13th century as the prince’s castle, it is surrounded by walls. During World War II, 90% of it was destroyed, but thanks to its excellent restoration and recovery, in 1980 it was granted the status of a UNESCO World Heritage List. Currently, it is a lively place, bustling with tourists and locals, and full of galleries, cafés and restaurants.
Find out more at: http://www.warsawtour.pl/en/warsaw-for-everyone/old-town-and-surroundings-2946.html?page=0%2C0#OLD%20TOWN
Palace of Culture and Science (Pałac Kultury i Nauki)
The Palace of Culture and Science is the highest building in Poland. It has over 3,000 rooms.
The big attraction is a large viewpoint terrace on the 30th floor of the Palace.
Find out more at: http://www.pkin.pl/eng
Palace in Wilanów
One of the most important monuments of Polish national culture – the beautiful summer residence of king Jan III Sobieski.
Find out more at: http://www.wilanow-palac.pl/
Warsaw Rising Museum (Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego)
Museum located in former trams power station was open for public on the 60th anniversary of Warsaw Uprising. One of the main attractions is a replica of the bomber Liberator B-24J.
Find out more at: http://www.1944.pl/en
National Museum in Warsaw (Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie)
One of the oldest, richest in exhibits and most innovative art museums in Poland.
Find out more at: http://www.mnw.art.pl/en/
Copernicus Science Centre (Centrum Nauki Kopernik)
The Copernicus Science Centre is not a museum. There are no glass cabinets or guides to show you around. Rather, it’s a space that will inspire you to observe, experiment, ask questions, and look for answers.
Find out more at: http://www.kopernik.org.pl/en/
Explore Chopin’s Warsaw
Warsaw is a city where Fryderyk Chopin spent his childhood and youth. You can find here traces of his life or even visit his heart placed in the Holy Cross Church.
Find out more at: http://en.chopin.warsawtour.pl/
Fryderyk Chopin Museum