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Warsaw lies in the heart of east-central Poland in Central Europe. Its long history as a thriving cultural center is reflected in the grand palaces and parks along the Royal Route, imposing post-war architecture, Jewish heritage museums, performing arts scene, and the capital city’s love for all things Chopin. Old meets new in Warsaw’s historic neighborhoods spruced up by graffiti or street art and fine-dining restaurants serving traditional Warsaw cuisine with a modern twist.

The Royal Castle in Warsaw

The Royal Castle in Warsaw is a historic building located on Castle Square in Old Town that once served as the official residence of the Polish monarchy for centuries. Originally built in the Middle Ages, the Royal Castle was completely destroyed during World War II but was reconstructed from 1971-1984 and currently operates as a museum. In front of the Royal Castle’s main facade, stands the Sigismund's Column, one of Warsaw's most famous landmarks.
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Łazienki Park

Łazienki Park is a 76-hectare complex situated in the central district of Warsaw on Ujazdów Avenue, adjacent to the Ujazdowski Castle. Also known as Royal Baths Park, this public park is a popular space for picnics and leisurely walks especially during the summer months when the weather in Warsaw is relatively mild. The park’s best-known attractions are the Palace on the Island, the Old Orangery amphitheater where live shows and concerts are held, and the Art Nouveau monument dedicated to Polish composer and virtuoso pianist Frédéric Chopin.
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Palace of Culture and Science

Standing at 778 feet, the Palace of Culture and Science is the tallest building in Poland. This high-rise building in central Warsaw, inspired by Polish architecture and American Art Deco style, is currently an exhibition center and office complex. It also houses a multiplex cinema, theaters, museums, book stores, the Congress Hall auditorium, and the Collegium Civitas university. There is a viewing terrace on the 30th floor where visitors can get a panoramic view of the capital city.
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Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanów

The former palace of King John Sobieski III, the Museum of King Jan III's Palace is a baroque-style compound located southeast of central Warsaw in Wilanów Królewski. It is considered to be one of Poland’s oldest museums, housing art collections amassed by its influential royal residents over the centuries. Aside from grand apartments, galleries, and libraries, the museum is also surrounded by perfectly manicured gardens. Every year from October to February, evening visitors are treated to an outdoor luminous exhibition called the Royal Garden of Light.
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