How to Spend 24 Hours in Warsaw, Poland

How to Spend 24 Hours in Warsaw, Poland, Warsaw, Poland (B)

Warsaw is the capital and largest city of Poland and only for that reason, the city is worth a visit! Despite all the tourist attractions the city has to offer, Warsaw also has a beautiful old town center and places where you can go back in the past and explore a little history.

In September I went for a weekend to Poland. The first day I spent in the city Krakow and on the second day we went by train to Warsaw. If you are planning on doing the same route and combine to cities in one trip; I can definitely recommend to combine Krakow with Warsaw. These cities are not that far from each other (only approximately two hours by train) and are so different from each other! I really had a lovely time. Unfortunately I had not that much time in Warsaw as I had in Krakow, I didn’t even had 24 hours. Although I think I got a very good image of the capital of Poland. In this article I will give you some places you definitely need to visit when travelling to Warsaw! This article is all about the places which are in the city center and close to each other. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: How to Spend 24 Hours in Warsaw, Poland
Guide Location: Poland » Warsaw
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Daphne Van Der Pol
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Historical Museum of Warsaw
  • Adam Mickiewicz Museum of Literature
  • St. Anne’s Church
  • Palace of Culture and Science
  • The Lazienki Park
  • Palace of king Stanislaw August
  • Royal Castle
  • Warsaw Rising Museum
  • Wilanow Palace

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