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There are countless reasons to fall in love with Warsaw

Warsaw without Barriers

Warsaw is an exceptional city not only because of its history, architecture or dynamics of changes, but also because of its charming areas of greenery, i.e. parks, squares and gardens: the city’s ornaments and a source of relief for Warsovians. The capital’s cultural offer includes impressive collections of many museums, rich calendars of theatres, operas and periodic events which will certainly satisfy the tastes and needs of the most demanding amateurs of culture and art. In compliance with the EU regulations, the recent years have seen many changes introduced in order to adapt Warsaw to its disabled tourists.
The key to all of the pictograms (which are placed under the attraction's description) you can find at the end of this article.

The Royal Route (Trakt Królewski):
Zamkowy Square (Plac Zamkowy)
Krakowskie Przedmieście
Ujazdowskie Avenue (Aleje Ujazdowskie)
Łazienki
Wilanów

Muzeums and Galleries
Culture
Other Attractions



THE ROYAL ROUTE (TRAKT KRÓLEWSKI)

Zamkowy Square (Plac Zamkowy) – the Square is located on the outskirts of the Old Town and at the end of the Royal Route, which saw in the Vistula Embankment the main direction of the city’s development in the 18th century. Visitors to the square can admire by the oldest and the tallest secular monument in Warsaw, one of the capital’s symbols today. Erected in 1644 on the initiative of King Władysław IV in honour of his father, Zygmunt III Waza, who moved the capital of Poland from Kraków to Warsaw. The monument is 22 metres high and the king’s figure is 275 centimetres high.

Dostępność dla osób na wózkachcobblestones
Dostępność dla osób z dysfunkcjami wzrokuDostępność dla osób z dysfunkcjami słuchuWstęp z psem przewodnikiemWindyMiejsca parkingowe dla osób niepełnosprawnychParkingInformacja turystycznaRuchome schodyPunkt widokowy



Royal Castle (Zamek Królewski)

pl. Zamkowy 4
www.zamek-krolewski.pl

Constructed at 15th century as a royal residence in the new capital of the country. It was demolished during World War II and has been rebuilt many times since then. Some of the castle’s precious furnishings that were saved during World War II may be seen at the permanent expositions of the museum. The rest of the furnishings were robbed and the castle itself was blown up.
It was reconstructed as late as in the 1970s and 1980s, using the fragments that survived the war. Former royal residence and the seat of the Sejm. Today it is a museum where important state ceremonies are occasionally held. More information
accessible for people in wheelchairsaccessible for people with impaired vision accessible for people with impaired hearingguides for blind peopleentrance with guide doghelp obtainable for people in wheelchairsdrivewayliftstoilets for people with impaired movementstaff using sign language
(cobblestones in front of the Castle, steep ramp by the ticket office)


KRAKOWSKIE PRZEDMIEŚCIE

Church of St. Anne (Kościół św. Anny)
ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 68
www.swanna.waw.pl

One of the oldest and most important churches in Warsaw. Built  in Gothic style in the second half of the 15th century, it has seen many reconstructions of its form. The current classicist facade conceals a rich Baroque interior. A Baroque statue of the Mother of God (the oldest monument in Warsaw, dating back to 1643) stands under arcades within the church facilities. More information

Dostępność dla osób z dysfunkcjami wzroku(from Krakowskie Przedmieście Street)
Dostępność dla osób z dysfunkcjami słuchuWstęp z psem przewodnikiemMiejsca parkingowe dla osób niepełnosprawnych



Adam Mickiewicz Monument (Pomnik Adama Mickiewicza)

ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście

The monument, designed by C. Godebski, was unveiled on the 100th anniversary of the poet’s birthday in 1898. It was built with funds from public collections. It was destroyed during the war and reconstructed in 1950. The square where the Mickiewicz monument stands was the destination of the March 1968 manifestation organized after the ‘Dziady’, performance, directed by K. Dejmek, was banned at the National Theatre. The Baroque seminar, the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and St Joseph the Spouse, are located behind the monument (accessible). More information


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