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Many excursion programs in Europe include a visit to Poland, because in its beautiful and cozy cities there are also many interesting sites that deserve the attention of tourists from all over the world. In Poland, it is worth visiting the notorious Auschwitz, where concentration German camps have survived, which became the grave of millions of people during World War II.Warsaw is an amazing capital of Poland since 1596 and a beautiful old European city with a long history. Unfortunately, the historic center of the city was completely destroyed by the Nazis during the war, but after a thorough restoration, it was almost completely restored and today it is deservedly included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Warsaw attracts thousands of travelers not only with its cozy cafes and restaurants, inexpensive shopping centers and original shops, but also the picturesque embankment of the main river of the city -
Warsaw is divided into 2 parts by the Vistula River -
In Poland, you should take a tour of the city of Krakow, because it is considered one of the most beautiful and cozy cities in Europe, but if your tour program includes only a tour of Warsaw, then you can be sure that this city also has something to see and why be surprised.
The central part of the capital of Poland includes such areas as Śródmieście, Wola, Mokotów, Praga Północ and Praga Południe, which are an extraordinary mix of modern architecture buildings and at the same time fashionable residential areas.
In the southern part of the city, you should definitely visit the Wilanów Palace, and in Ursynów there is a beautiful historical national park and reserve.
If you came to the city for tourist purposes, but did not purposely get any tours, and would like to explore the sights of Warsaw on your own, then first of all you should go to the Old Town, which is considered to be a symbol of Poland and its heart.
In the Old Town area there is the Palace Square, the majestic Royal Palace, the Market Square and other places of interest to all travelers. Palace Square is a complex of beautiful old buildings, cozy and narrow streets, where citizens and guests of the capital of Poland spend their time. Palace Square is also called Plyac Zamkow, in addition, it houses the famous monument of Poland -
In Warsaw, it is worth making a fascinating shopping, because prices in almost all Polish cities are much lower than in other European countries.
If you explore the Palace Square, then you will immediately notice the beautiful Royal Castle, open to the public, and the cost of sightseeing tours of it does not exceed 10 euros.
The next destination should be the amazing and homely Market Square, where the fountain, built in memory of the Sirena, the patroness of Warsaw, is located. On the square you will surely be pleased with the abundance of cozy cafes and souvenir shops, where you can buy art objects from Polish masters as a gift to relatives and friends as a souvenir of your trip to Warsaw. In the souvenir shops of the Market Square, you can even find real and exclusive antiques at a low price. The history of the square dates back to about the 13th century; therefore, it is considered to be one of the oldest in Europe.
In Warsaw, there is the only caricature museum in Europe founded by the Polish artist Lapinski in 1978, so its collections also deserve the attention of tourists. The collection of the museum consists of original works of Polish caricaturists, but in addition to this, there are works by foreign artists, so the museum can rightly be called international.
Warsaw is a fabulous city, so it's worth noting to visit it for at least 2-
Be sure to include in your Warsaw review program the following places of interest: Warsaw Alexander Citadel, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Wilanowski and Presidential Palaces and Uyazdow Castle. Most of the museums of Warsaw are also famous for their rich collections of exhibits, so take the time to visit the National Museum, the Historical Museum and the Museum of the Polish Army.
The best country for celebrating Christmas and New Year in Europe is considered to be the cozy and homely Czech Republic, the fabulous cities of which embody the real Christmas story, so familiar from favorite books from childhood. The ideal option would be to go on Christmas holidays in Prague, from where you can take a trip to Ceske Krumlov or Karlovy Vary.
Prague is an amazing city where you will constantly get sore feet from frequent walks and excursions to the main sights of the capital of the Czech Republic and where you can easily gain weight from the constant use of delicious local beer and delicious Czech cuisine. Here you will spend a lot of money, because to go past the set of souvenir shops, cozy shops and shopping centers is simply unrealistic.