Warsaw Hidden Gems: Unique Things and Places in Warsaw

Warsaw Hidden Gems: Unique Things and Places in Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland (B)

I recomment you take the Warsaw free walking tour when you arrive, to cover the main city highlights (for more tours to take in Warsaw, check this list of Warsaw tours).

After seeing the main landmarks and learning about the history of Warsaw, you may want to see some off the beaten track places or find some unique things that you may not find in other cities. This guide is my selection of unique places in Warsaw.

Take a water tram on the Vistula River to see some lovely views of the city and river banks from the water.

The water trams are called Pliszka, Słonka and Wilga and you can find their current timetables and stops on the Warsaw public transport network website.

Address: The stops on the side of the Vistula Boulevards are at: Cypel Czerniakowski, Most Poniatowskiego and Podzamcze Fontanny.

Life under communism may not sound like the most enticing subject, but this unusual museum makes it accessible and even fun to learn about.

It does that by using its large, colourful and sometimes quirky collection of everyday items from the communist era. These range from vintage record players to chocolate boxes. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Warsaw Hidden Gems: Unique Things and Places in Warsaw
Guide Location: Poland » Warsaw
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Tal Hayoun
Read it on Author's Website: https://brightnomad.net/warsaw-hidden-gems/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Cypel Czerniakowski
  • Most Poniatowskiego
  • Podzamcze Fontanny
  • The Museum of Life Under Communism
  • Warsaw University library
  • The Neon Museum
  • 11 Listopada Street 22
  • The Warsaw palm tree

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