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There are countless reasons to fall in love with Warsaw

Warsaw City Breaks


The most representative arterial route of the city connecting the former royal residences. It starts with the Royal Castle and runs towards the Łazienki Park and then further to Wilanów. It passes through a large urban complex, and enchants with its palaces, tenement buildings, mansions and churches.

Krakowskie Przedmieście
Krakowskie Przedmieście

The most prestigious street in Warsaw. Following extensive renovation, the street is now a pedestrian precinct with vehicle access limited to public transport. Along the pavements there are reproductions of the paintings of 18th century Warsaw by Canaletto and to rest there are numerous cafes and restaurants.

Church of St. Anne (Kościół św. Anny)
ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 68

One of the oldest and most important churches in Warsaw. Originally built in Gothic style in the second half of the century, it had seen numerous additions to its shape over the past centuries. The current classicist façade conceals a rich Baroque interior. Another feature worth noting is the viewing platform on top of the church tower. More information

Pomnik Adama Mickiewicza

Adam Mickiewicz Monument (Pomnik Adama Mickiewicza)

The statue of one of Poland’s greatest literary figure overlooks Krakowskie Przedmieście. The monument was unveiled in 1898 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of his birth. The monument was the centre of the March manifestation in 1968 when the play 'Dziady' was banned from the National Theatre on the orders of the USSR. More information

Pałac Prezydencki
Presidential Palace (Pałac Prezydencki)

ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 46/50

The largest Warsaw palace, its construction commissioned in 1643. From 1994 it served as the offcial home of the Polish President. It was the residence of Lech Wałęsa, Aleksander Kwaśniewski and Lech Kaczyński. The Palace is fronted by the monument to prince Józef Poniatowski by Bertel Thorvaldsen. More information

Hotel Bristol

Bristol Hotel

ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 42/44

Long regarded as the best and most luxurious hotel in Warsaw, it has welcomed many celebrities: John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Marlena Dietrich, Pablo Picasso and Robert Nixon, to name a few.

Pomnik Bolesława Prusa

Bolesław Prus Monument (Pomnik Bolesława Prusa)

A leading writer of the Positivism trend in Polish literature, best known for, 'Lalka' (The Doll), one of his most important novels. It is also considered the most Varsovian novel of all time, capturing and rendering the city life of the 19th century. More information

Kościół św. Józefa
Church of St. Joseph, the Betrothed of Mary (Kościół św. Józefa Oblubieńca NMP)
ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 34

Built in the 18th century, it has retained its original furnishings – the church survived the World War II. The most important elements include the rococo lectern in the shape of a boat as well as an ebony tabernacle from 1654. The church organ was played by Fryderyk Chopin and unforgettable sermons were given here by Father Jan Twardowski. In front of the façade there is a monument to the Primate of Poland, Stefan Wyszyński, also knows as the Primate of the Millennium. More information

Uniwersytet Warszawski

University of Warsaw (Uniwersytet Warszawski)

ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28

One of the best and the largest university in Poland. Comprising of a complex of buildings that include the Uruski Palace, the Tyszkiewicz Palace, the Auditorium Maximum and the Kazimierzowski Palace.

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