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List of attractions in region

This is an example of List of Your Attractions in Region. The report comes out from the system automatically. It does not cover all attractions in Warsaw & surroundings but the ones which match an example profile made up by myself. If your profile is similar, you have the ready List for Warsaw without taking any action and for free! Number of attractions & cities, their quality and a length of each attraction description in your real Lists of Your Attractions in Region can vary because each region is different! The descriptions in this example are a bit longer because Warsaw is my home town and I wanted to present it to you in a special way.

 

 

 


LIST OF YOUR ATTRACTIONS IN REGION:
WARSAW & SURROUNDINGS
 

Prepared for: John Brown - john.brown@gmail.com
Generated on:Feb 28, 2015

 

Key Questions to understand the region better

I encourage you to find answers for the following questions during sightseeing, by reading about the region, by asking local people, etc. They will help you understand the region better and see it in a wider historic and cultural context. Please treat these questions as an intellectual exercise. Of course, answering them is not obligatory :) When visiting the Polish capital it is worth organizing a trip to smaller surrounding towns which are full of interesting places and historical sites.

 

1. How did communism start and fall in Poland and how did Poles live during the period in Warsaw?
2. What was Warsaw's history during World War II and how did it impact its today's shape?
3. What were the periods of Warsaw's biggest prosperity? Find its examples in Warsaw.
4. Which globally famous people origin from Warsaw? Find their footprints in Warsaw.


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city/area type of your interest quality attraction
name
attraction description
Warsaw Famous parks or gardens top class Lazienki Royal Park Royal Lazienki is a park-and-palace complex founded by the king Stanislaw August Poniatowski as a place for hunting and parties. Curious name of the park (English: The Baths) origins from the old bath-house located in the area. It was later transformed by the king into a classicist Palace on the Water - the most recognizable construction in Lazienki. The entire complex occupies 76 hectares and includes four gardens, e.g. the Royal Garden and an interesting Chinese Garden, as well as many charming sites situated in different parts of the complex. While visiting Royal Lazienki it is worth to find the Orangery, the Chopin Monument - one of the iconic sites of Warsaw, Mysliwiecki Palace and also take part in one of the summer classical music concerts or a theatre performance.
Warsaw Medieval towns and villages top class Old Town (Starowka) In the beginning the castle was an example of Renaissance architecture, but after the Swedish invasion in 1656 it was partially burned and reconstructed in the following years as a Baroque site. The residence had many different owners, but none of them was able to maintain the place, so it was systematically falling into ruin. All valuable decorations and marble stones disappeared from the walls. The castle was bought in 1975 by Nadwislanskie Museum and ever since then it is being reconstructed. Currently the visitors are welcome to see the site, watch the area from viewing platforms and take a stroll in the surrounding countryside.
Warsaw World War II top class Warsaw Uprising Museum Despite of the fact that the city of Kazimierz Dolny is located in the Lubelskie Voivodeship, historically it is connected with the area of Lesser Poland. Due to many beautiful sites picturesquely situated at the banks of the Vistula River, today it is one of the most frequently visited small towns in Poland. Buildings surrounding the Main Square in Kazimierz Dolny date back mainly to the 16th and 17th century and they are the heart of the town's life. In their interiors numerous restaurants and cafes are full of guests admiring the area. Visitors watch interesting and very well preserved houses, cobbled market with centrally located old well and the parish church. On the right side of the square one can also see an outline of the famous Hill of Three Crosses.
Warsaw Communism in Russia, Central Europe and China very interesting Palace of Culture & Science Palace of Culture & Science is the tallest building in Poland (together with the spire it is 237 meters high) built in the '50s as a 'gift from the Soviet Union to the people of Poland'. The original idea of this construction came from Joseph Stalin. The site was controversial from the beginning, admired by some, hated by many as an icon of socialism in Poland. Today the building is popular especially among the young generation and tourists as it has great concert halls, festival spaces and two museums: Museum of Technology and Museum of Evolution. Both locals and tourists enjoy a terrace located on the 30th floor with a beautiful, panoramic view of the city.
Warsaw Communism in Russia, Central Europe and China very interesting The Tomb and Museum of Father Jerzy Popiełuszko Father Jerzy Popieluszko was a notable cleric, very important for the history of Poland, especially during the fights against the rule of the Communist party. His brave speeches, which were full of criticism against the system and which were motivating people to protest, became a huge problem for the authorities. Murdered by the agents of Security Service in 1984, Jerzy Popieluszko has his tomb and museum near the church of St. Stanislaw Kostka in Warsaw. His cross-shaped grave and at the same time his monument is surrounded by a stone rosary shaped like the borders of Poland. Located in the church's underground, the museum has an interesting collection of exhibits related to the life, work and tragic death of the Farther. The overall complex dedicated to Jerzy Popieluszko is a popular pilgrims' destination.
Warsaw Famous streets, squares & areas very interesting Royal Route Royal Route was formerly a regular communication route leading from the Old Town to the southern suburbs of Warsaw. Currently it is an interesting combination of important historical streets with numerous interesting buildings located alongside of them. The beginning of the route is located on the Castle Square and the subsequent streets in the route are: Krakowskie Przedmieście, Nowy Świat, and Ujazdów Avenue up to Wilanów. There are many notable sites situated on the Royal Route, e.g. Belvedere – the house of Polish Presidents, Government and Parliament Buildings, several former dukes' residences, and embassies. Going along the Royal Route one can also drop by the Royal Lazienki Park, Ujazdowski Park or Three Crosses Square.
Warsaw Famous streets, squares & areas very interesting New Town (Nowe Miasto) with Multimedia Fountain Warsaw's New Town lies north of the Old Town and, according to sources, the first development of this area dates back to the turn of the 14th and 15th centuries. In the past New Town was an independent city, had its own authorities and a town hall, but remained significantly poorer than the Old Town, what could have been observed in different construction of the houses or roads. Similarly to other notable parts of the Polish capital, this district was also destroyed by the Nazis, especially during the Warsaw Uprising in 1944. Postwar reconstructions reached this area, but some significant buildings have never been restored, therefore today these streets do not look exactly as they did in the prewar times. An interesting attraction of the New Town is the Multimedia Fountain Park where from May till September visitors can enjoy daily shows including laser and LED light effects.
Warsaw Museums of science, industry & outer space very interesting Copernicus Scientific Center Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw is located in Srodmiescie district, on the Royal Route, and hosts an interesting cultural institution – Centre for Contemporary Art. The mission of the centre is exhibiting, documenting and creating all forms of contemporary art. Its activity is very comprehensive and includes theatre performances, concerts of contemporary music, lectures, experimental films’ production and many other forms of artistic expression. Cultural events are frequently organized by so called Laboratory of Creative Education. The collection of Ujazdowski Castle is being systematically developed and extended to include more new examples of works created by contemporary artists.
Warsaw Famous parks or gardens worth seeing Tomb of Unknown Solder & Saski Park Founded in 1925, the Tomb of Unknown Soldier in Warsaw, located at Pilsudski Square is a monument dedicated to all soldiers who have given their lives for Polish independence. It is a site of great meaning for all Poles, hosting speeches and celebrations few times a year, during national holidays. The tomb is constantly guarded by guard of honor and lit by an eternal flame. Near the Pilsudski Square a beautiful green area called the Saxon Park or Saxon Gardens welcomes visitors to walk and relax under the trees. The park was founded in the beginning of the 18th century as a first public garden in Poland. As a typical example of the Baroque style outdoor area, the park has many decorative elements, such as 21 sculptures, Great Fountain or The Blue Palace.
Nieborów Famous parks or gardens worth seeing Nieborów Park Baroque-styled park-and-palace complex in Nieborow established in the end of 17th century is a great example of French formal garden with numerous trees, boxwood labyrinths, lime alleys and symmetric carpet-like grass. In the garden there are palace and household buildings such as the stables, orangery or carriage house. There is also a Hunting Pavilion and the Manufacture building there. The village of Nieborow, where the park is situated, lies within Lowicz County and is currently inhabited by about a thousand of people.
Arkadia Famous parks or gardens worth seeing Arcadia Park Arkadia is a small village located within Lowicz County, having a population of about 250 people. The place is famous for an English style park-and-palace complex with Skierniewka river dividing it in the middle. It was founded in 1778 by a princess Helena Przezdziecka. The princess ordered the project of the garden from several architects who were supposed to design the green areas as well as a few buildings and sculptures surrounded by the plants. The monuments hidden in the park include a Sybil’s Grotto, the Gothic House, the Aqueduct or the Circus. This romantic complex have been recognized as a place of great historical importance and become a branch of National Museum in Warsaw.
Warsaw Famous streets, squares & areas worth seeing Pre World War II Warsaw near Kredytowa, Mazowiecka & Traugutta To feel an atmosphere of prewar Warsaw it is a good idea to take a walk in Srodmiescie district, but along less crowded streets: Mazowiecka, Kredytowa and Traugutta. The urban conception of those alleys was inscribed on the list of the Warsaw Heritage; some of the buildings destroyed during the war were reconstructed in compliance with their former projects. In the past this part of the city was inhabited by many artists, e.g. poet Julian Tuwim and actor Ludwik Sempolinski. Today this area, especially Mazowiecka Street, is a heart of Warsaw's night life – several famous night clubs and discotheques can be found here.
Palmiry World War II worth seeing World War II Cemetery Museum of Warsaw Uprising is one of the most interesting and one of the newest historical museums in the city. It opened its doors for the public on 31st of July 2004, i.e. one day before the 60th anniversary of the uprising and it still attracts crowds of visitors every day. The exhibition is displayed on three levels and includes about 1000 objects ranging from weapons, insurgents' personal belongings, letters, maps or documents. In addition there are also video presentations of the original materials from 1944. Each floor of the museum is dedicated to different period of II WW and Warsaw Uprising and particular rooms are arranged in a way that makes a visit as interactive as possible. Aside from static objects there are also sound and visual effects which distinguish Warsaw Uprising Museum from many other historical attractions.

 

 

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city/area type of your interest quality attraction
name
attraction description
Warsaw Museums of history top class Polin - Museum of the History of Polish Jews Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Old Town in Warsaw is a place where one can feel the atmosphere of Polish capital from the past centuries. Due to its distant location from the busiest parts of the city and main business centers, Starówka [The Old Town] remains a rather quiet and relaxing area. Beautiful houses reconstructed after II WW house elegant restaurants, cafes, souvenir shops and art galleries. Around the Old Town there also notable medieval defense walls dating back to the period between the 14th and 16th century.
Zelazowa Wola XIX century places related to famous people top class Birth place of Frederic Chopin Cemetery in Palmiry located within Kampinoski National Park is a notable place created to memorialize over 2000 Polish citizens murdered in the area by the Nazis during the II WW. The site is a symbol of the mass massacre and martyrdom of Polish intelligentsia. The area’s history is also related to fights and heroic defense of weapon garrisons located in the forests surrounding Palmiry. The graves form several parallel rows and three crosses symbolizing people about to be executed are towering over the whole area. Near the necropolis there is also the Palmiry National Memorial Museum with a collection dedicated to the memory of the victims of Nazism.
Warsaw Baroque, Rococo architecture & art very interesting Royal Castle (Zamek Królewski) The Royal Castle has served as a seat of Polish authorities and monarchs since the capital had been moved from Cracow to Warsaw, i.e. from the 16th century. This beautiful construction was repeatedly invaded, plundered and rebuilt over the years and eventually, during II WW, almost completely devastated. First reconstruction projects appeared as early as in 1949 but due to lack of founds they couldn't have been implemented before the beginning of the 1970s. In reconstructing the Royal Palace, the architects based their works on Canaletto's paintings. The court painter of the last Polish king Stanislaw August Poniatowski perfectly captured the Royal Palace as well as other sites in Warsaw.
Warsaw Baroque, Rococo architecture & art very interesting Palace Museum & Park in Wilanow Wilanow Palace, along with the surrounding park, is one of the few notable historical sites in Warsaw that was not significantly devastated during the First and Second World War. Because of that it is now an authentic example of old Polish architecture, erected between 1681 and 1696, representing the vivid Baroque style. Palace’s interiors are richly decorated with elements combining traditional Polish design and European influences. Many of the decorations played an essential role in glorifying the monarch Jan III Sobieski. The building is the main construction of Palace Museum & Park in Wilanow complex, where we can also enjoy a beautiful and spacious park.
Warsaw Baroque, Rococo architecture & art very interesting Church of St. Anne St. St. Anne's Church in Warsaw is a beautiful Roman Catholic temple dating back to the beginning of the 16th century, located on Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street. The façade of the church is mainly Neoclassical but the temple’s interiors represent a variety of styles: Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance. Next to the temple there is also a monastic residential building with the only example of diamond vault preserved in Warsaw. Another interesting attraction is a bell tower dating back to 1818. It has a viewing platform from which visitors can see a stunning panorama of the Old Town as well as other districts located further away.
Nieborów Baroque, Rococo architecture & art very interesting Nieborów & Arcadia Palaces Two charming park-and-palace complexes located in Arkadia and Nieborow have beautifully designed green areas and elegant residences representing Baroque style and Rococo influences. The Palace in Nieborow was erected in 1694. It is a two-storey construction built on a rectangular plan with two towers by the courtyard and rich decorations. Currently it houses a museum with original setup of the rooms preserved and filled with historical appliances. Many smaller charming buildings surrounded by trees can be found in the Arkadia Park. One of those buildings is the Temple of Diana with Ionic columns and a beautiful hall called the Pantheon.
Warsaw Museums of history very interesting Jewish traces Warsaw Museum of the History of Polish Jews is a new space on the map of Warsaw, opened for the first time in 2013 in Muranow – a prewar centre of Jewish neighborhood in Warsaw. The construction was designed by a team of Finnish architects who introduced a project full of symbolic elements related to the history of the Jewish nation. In 2014 to the basic name of the museum a Hebrew word POLIN (meaning 'Poland' or 'rest here') was added. The collection consists of the permanent exhibition documenting a thousand-year history of the Jewish community in Poland and the mutual relations of both nations. There are also interesting temporary exhibitions displayed in the museum's halls as well as educational meetings, events and conferences.
Warsaw Museums of history very interesting Museum of Warsaw A journey in search of Jewish traces in Warsaw can be one of the most fascinating tours in Polish capital. Until the II WW Jews were a large, numerous (about 30% of the whole population) and very significant part of the society. They used to be owners of many tenement houses in the city centre and surrounding areas, built a few temples and used to run traditional shops. Only a small part of this rich prewar heritage survived war damages, but up till today Jewish traces can be found in the city. Tours usually start near the remains of ghetto walls, on Grzybowski Square, and continue near the Nożyk Synagogue, the Jewish cemetery, ruins of old Jewish houses, the Ghetto Heroes Monument and many other places which are, sometimes hidden, symbols of Jewish presence in Poland.
Warsaw XIX century places related to famous people very interesting Museum of Frederic Chopin Located in the Ostrogski Palace in Warsaw, Museum of Frederic Chopin is dedicated to the history of the musician's life. The collection includes about 7000 objects related to Chopin, e.g. manuscripts, personal effects, letters and pictures. There is also a new multimedia exhibition opened in 2010 telling the artist's story in a more unusual way. On four levels of the museum different displays are presented, each of them devoted to a different period and aspect of the pianist's life. Visitors will find e.g. rooms dedicated to his early years and times spent in Zelazowa Wola, Paris period, the women of Chopin, his personality, and, finally, his death.
Warsaw Museums of history worth seeing Museum of Polish Army One of the notable places in the capital dedicated to presenting the city's history is the Museum of Warsaw located in 11 houses in the Old Town and on Nowomiejska Street (main branch of the museum) hosting a rich collection of over 250 000 objects. The story about city's old times is told in archeological exhibits, paintings, graphics, sculptures, arts and crafts and architectural drawings. Museum's core exhibition is called 'Seven Centuries of Warsaw' and is dedicated to the history of Warsaw from medieval times to the present day. The scope of this great institution’s activities is much wider than only presenting the collection – it includes making documentary films about the Polish capital as well as co-organizing festivals and conferences.

 

 

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city/area type of your interest quality attraction
name
attraction description
Warsaw Architecture of classicism & historicism very interesting Palace and Royal Lazienki Museum A great example of classicist architecture - Palace on the Water located in Royal Lazienki Park in Warsaw is a beautiful residence founded by king Stanislaw August Poniatowski to replace a former baroque Bath-House located here. The king arranged the palace to be his summer residence, a pavilion for hosting guests and a storage place for his art collection. He used to call the palace a 'museum villa'. In the beginning the paintings and other works of art were displayed only for the royal family and their guests. However, the king believed that the nation should also have contact with culture and art and opened the house for the public. This is how in 1792 the first Polish public museum was founded. Today about 140 paintings are presented in the Palace on the Water in compliance with 18th-century manner.
Warsaw Architecture of classicism & historicism very interesting Theatre Square Located near the Royal Palace, the Theatre Square in Warsaw was constructed along with the monumental building of the Great Theater in the beginning of the 19th century. Surrounded by charming houses and palaces, it was initially a centre of Warsaw's cultural life, to later become a place for political manifestations and mass marches. The Square saw some of the most important events in the history of Poland, e.g. the Revolution of 1905 or the battles of Warsaw Uprising in 1944.
Warsaw Art galleries and museums very interesting National Museum In the 19th century the National Museum in Warsaw was known as the Museum of Fine Arts and housed a collection consisting mainly of foreign paintings. Since 1916 the place has been known as the National Museum and its exhibitions where enriched by such artifacts as pieces of furniture, jewelry, ancient artworks or appliances from different epochs (including items from ancient Greece, Rome and Egypt). Currently the collection of this largest Polish museum consists of around 83.000 exhibits lightened by special modern computer-operated LED systems. National Museum is located near one of the main roads in Warsaw, close to the famous De Gaulle roundabout. It also has a nice café and a courtyard with banks and deckchairs.
Warsaw Masterpieces of XX & XXI century architecture very interesting MDM district The district of Warsaw called MDM (the abbreviation stands for Marszałkowska Dzielnica Mieszkaniowa, i.e. Marszałkowska Housing District) was erected in 1950-52 and is located in the heart of the city. To remain in compliance with the principles of the socialist realism architecture, leading style of that time in the communist world, the buildings had to be monumental and richly decorated with appropriate symbols. On top of that, the layout of the streets surrounding the central square (later called the Square of Constitution) had to be perfectly symmetric. To achieve this particular effect, many buildings and streets had to be destroyed or reconstructed. MDM was a real pride of Polish authorities of that time and until today it remains a great example of socialist realism architecture.
Warsaw Local folklore & curiosities worth seeing Old Praga The Praga district located on the eastern side of the Vistula river is a place with a long and fascinating history where three cultures: Catholic, Orthodox and Jewish coexisted for ages. In the past the district was an independent town until the end of the 18th century. Currently Praga is a heart of Warsaw's alternative culture, chosen by artists, musicians, fashion designers or filmmakers as a location for their studios. Praga's old houses are being intensively revitalized and transformed into modern lofts and apartments. To benefit the most from a visit to Praga it is worth to take part in a tour with a local guide who helps the tourists find obscure cafés and galleries, shows historical sites and handicraft shops.
Warsaw Local folklore & curiosities worth seeing Walk from Hala Mirowska Market to Central Railway Station Hala Mirowska is one of the most popular commercial centers in Warsaw. It consists of two historical buildings and an open space between them. All three parts of Hala are full of stalls and little shops with a variety of products. All sorts of things can be bought there, but the market focuses mainly on produce and flowers. Traditional little service shops can be found there as well. It is a place loved by many locals, especially the elderly people who dislike shopping in modern supermarkets. Due to its authentic atmosphere, Hala Mirkowska is sometimes called 'a real Poland'. Walking from the market to the Central Railway Station, one can see Warsaw as a city of contrasts, passing old houses from the '60s of Za Żelazną Bramą [Behind the Iron Gate] development surrounded by fancy new skyscrapers.
Warsaw Masterpieces of XX & XXI century architecture worth seeing Francuska Street at Saska Kepa & National Stadium Francuska Street in Saska Kepa is one of the most recognizable streets on the map of Warsaw. Long rows of trees have been planted along the road giving it an ambiance of an avenue. On either sides of the street there are numerous elegant houses dating back to '20s and '30s as well as many restaurants, bars and cafes. One of them - Cafe Sax used to be the favorite place of Agnieszka Osiecka - a legendary Polish singer and poet. On one of the corners of the street there is also a charming Osiecka sculpture. On the northern end of Francuska Street there is the Washington's Roundabout, located very close to The National Stadium – the most important Polish sport arena erected for the EURO 2012 Cup. Currently the stadium hosts plenty of sport events as well as international conferences, fairs etc.

 


Your Attractions by City & by Quality (presented in descending order)

 

 

Warsaw  
quality of attraction your interest your level of interest attraction name
top class Museums of history interested Polin - Museum of the History of Polish Jews
top class Famous parks or gardens very interested Lazienki Royal Park
top class Medieval towns and villages very interested Old Town (Starowka)
top class World War II very interested Warsaw Uprising Museum
very interesting Baroque, Rococo architecture & art interested Royal Castle (Zamek Królewski)
very interesting Baroque, Rococo architecture & art interested Palace Museum & Park in Wilanow
very interesting Baroque, Rococo architecture & art interested Church of St. Anne
very interesting Museums of history interested Jewish traces in Warsaw
very interesting Museums of history interested Museum of Warsaw
very interesting XIX century places related to famous people interested Museum of Frederic Chopin
very interesting Architecture of classicism & historicism open to explore Palace and Royal Lazienki Museum
very interesting Architecture of classicism & historicism open to explore Theatre Square
very interesting Art galleries and museums open to explore open to explore National Museum
very interesting Masterpieces of XX & XXI century architecture open to explore MDM district
very interesting Communism in Russia, Central Europe and China very interested Palace of Culture & Science
very interesting Communism in Russia, Central Europe and China very interested The Tomb and Museum of Father Jerzy Popiełuszko
very interesting Famous streets, squares & areas very interested Royal Route
very interesting Famous streets, squares & areas very interested New Town (Nowe Miasto) with Multimedia Fountain
very interesting Museums of science, industry & outer space very interested Copernicus Scientific Center
worth seeing Museums of history interested Museum of Polish Army
worth seeing Local folklore & curiosities open to explore Old Praga
worth seeing Local folklore & curiosities open to explore Walk from Hala Mirowska Market to Central Railway Station
worth seeing Masterpieces of XX & XXI century architecture open to explore Francuska Street at Saska Kepa & National Stadium
worth seeing Famous parks or gardens very interested Tomb of Unknown Solder & Saski Park
worth seeing Famous streets, squares & areas very interested

Pre World War II Warsaw near Kredytowa, Mazowiecka & Traugutta

 

 

 

Arkadia

 
quality of attraction your interest your level of interest attraction name
worth seeing Famous parks or gardens very interested Arcadia Park

 

 

 

Nieborow  
quality of attraction your interest your level of interest attraction name
very interesting Baroque, Rococo architecture & art interested Nieborów & Arcadia Palaces
very interesting Famous parks or gardens very interested Nieborów Park

 

 

 

Zelazowa Wola  
quality of attraction your interest your level of interest attraction name
top class XIX century places related to famous people interested Birth place of Frederic Chopin

 

Legend for Quality of Attractions:


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Top class attraction is defined as an internationally recognized place/monument/city, unique in its kind (example: Eiffel Tower in Paris but also a unique Gothic church in a small city)

 

** Very interesting attraction is defined as an internationally recognized place/monument/city, which is fascinating to see but a step down from top class attraction

 

*** Worth seeing attraction is defined as an interesting place, which is not worth a special trip but good enough to see while visiting top class and very interesting attractions.

 

 

 

AMUSEMENT/THEME PARKS FOR KIDS

Warsaw Zoo, Copernicus Scientific Center

REGIONS NEARBY

Cracow & Lesser Poland
Gdansk & Eastern Pomerania
Mazurian Lake District
Poznan & surroundings

BEACHES IN REGION

No seaside beach in Warsaw but you can enjoy Poniatowka beach (without swimming) on the Vistula River right bank near the Poniatowski Bridge.

THE BIGGEST AIERPORTS IN REGION

Okęcie Airport in Warsaw (regular airlines & Wizzair) (30 minutes from the city center by taxi), Modlin airport (Ryanair) (38 km from Warsaw's city center)

USEFUL TIPS

1. It is possible to rent a bike from a public rental system in Warsaw. Look for details at https://en.veturilo.waw.pl/
2. Pay a one day visit to Krakow by train (2,25 min from Warsaw Central Station) or Gdansk (2,40 min) or Poznan (2,40 min) or Torun (2,45 min).
3. Rent a car for a day and visit Zelazowa Wola, Nieborów and Arkadia.
4. Hire a private guide, who will show you round the city and tell you about the history of Warsaw.

 

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