Old Town (Stare Miasto) – The Old Town is the centre of Warsaw’s historic and cultural attractions. Authentically rebuilt after the Second World War, it depicts its original 17th and 18th century styles. The Old Market Square (Rynek) provides a vibrant focal point with its Baroque and Renaissance facades, open air restaurants, art stalls and historical Museum of Warsaw. Horse-drawn carriages ensure the possibility for a trip round this medieval centre, passing the Royal Castle, Gothic Churches and surrounding old city war.
The Royal Way- As a four kilometer (two and a half mile) route into the centre of the city it is a hub of historical and cultural exhibits. St. Anne’s church provides an insight into the royal history of Poland, whilst the gardens at Park Lazienski are one of the city’s many beautiful open spaces where outdoor classical concerts pay homage to the famous composer Chopin. At its end the Royal Way ends with the magnificent Wilanów Palace, based on Versailles it was once the home of King Jan III Sobieski, and now serves as a wonderful art gallery and museum.
Historical Museum of Warsaw- The museum is packed with displays on all elements of Warsaw’s life and history, from the early settlement of the city to the more emotive war period. The main feature of the museum is its film depicting the annihilation of the City by the Nazis, giving a crucial understanding of what Warsaw, and Poland as a whole endured under occupation.