Europe is one of the most popular destinations when it comes to sightseeing and travel. Rome, Paris, and Berlin are highly visited locations for tourists that are filled with some of the world’s best shops, restaurants, and historical sites. But did you know that Eastern Europe is also full of attractions and historical places that are just as worth a visit? The next time you’re planning a trip, consider Warsaw, Poland—a beautiful and culture-filled city that’s sure to impress any traveler.
Free Walking Tours
“Walkative” is a company in Warsaw that offers free walking tours daily. The tours are available in English and Spanish and last about 2.5 hours. From communist history to street art, there are tours available that focus on whatever your interest may be. Book online before you go at freewalkingtour.com/find-a-tour/warsaw.
The largest park in Warsaw was designed as a royal baths park in the 17th century and though it’s no longer used for bathing, is still a popular choice for a walk or a picnic with both locals and tourists alike. It’s full of historic structures including a palace and also a monument of Frederic Chopin.
Museum of King Jan III’s Palace
This museum is one of the oldest in the country and contains art and valuables collected by former Polish kings dating back centuries. It’s a bit outside the city center but easily accessible by bus. We recommend visiting on Thursdays as the museum offers free admission.