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The Best of Warsaw: Center City Edition

Warsaw, the capital of Poland, is a city that boasts a rich history and a vibrant culture. Its city center is filled with landmarks that have stood the test of time and witnessed the city's transformation over the years. From the iconic Palace of Culture and Science to the charming Old Town Square, each landmark has a story to tell and a unique character that captures the essence of Warsaw. Whether you're a history buff or a culture enthusiast, the city center has something for everyone to discover and explore. Let's start the video tour!

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Krakowskie Przedmie┼Ťcie is one of the most famous and historic streets in Warsaw, located in the heart of the city center. The street is lined with stunning palaces, churches, and other landmarks, making it a must-visit destination for tourists and locals alike. Here are some of the highlights of Krakowskie Przedmie┼Ťcie:

The Presidential Palace

This impressive palace was built in the 17th century and has been the official residence of the President of Poland since 1994. Visitors can admire the palace's neoclassical architecture and take a guided tour of the interiors.

The University of Warsaw

Founded in 1816, the University of Warsaw is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Poland. Its main building is located on Krakowskie Przedmie┼Ťcie and features stunning neoclassical architecture.

St. Anne's Church

This beautiful baroque church was built in the 18th century and features an ornate interior with gilded altars, statues, and frescoes.

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Located at the end of Krakowskie Przedmie┼Ťcie, this monument honours the Polish soldiers who died fighting for their country. The tomb is guarded by soldiers in full dress uniform 24 hours a day.

The Czapski Palace

This historic palace was built in the 18th century and today houses the Museum of the History of Poland. The museum's collection includes artefacts and exhibits tracing the history of Poland from its early beginnings to the present day.

The Royal Castle in Warsaw is a grand historic palace located in the heart of the city center. It was the official residence of Polish monarchs for centuries and is now a popular tourist attraction with opulent interiors and art collections.

The Old Town Market Square is the centrepiece of Warsaw's historic district, featuring stunning architecture, cafes, restaurants, and souvenir shops. It's a must-visit destination for tourists.

It is also home to the iconic mermaid statue, a symbol of Warsaw. The statue features a half-woman, half-fish figure and is a popular spot for photos and sightseeing in the heart of the city's historic district.

Złote Tarasy is a large shopping and entertainment complex located in the center of Warsaw, the capital city of Poland. The complex was opened in 2007 and features over 200

stores, restaurants, cafes, a cinema, and a concert hall.

Zlote Tarasy actually just means Golden Terraces in Polish!

Designed by the Polish-American architect Stefan Kuryłowicz, Złote Tarasy is known for its distinctive curved glass roof that covers the entire complex, creating an impressive urban space. The roof is shaped like a giant dome and allows natural light to filter into the complex, making it an attractive destination for both shopping and leisure.

The complex is located near the Central Railway Station and the Palace of Culture and Science, which are some of Warsaw's most iconic landmarks. Złote Tarasy is easily accessible by public transportation, including the metro, buses, and trams, and there is also a large underground car park for those arriving by car.

The ┼Ül─ůsko-D─ůbrowski Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge spanning the Vistula River in Warsaw. It's one of the city's most iconic landmarks and offers stunning views of the city skyline.

The Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel and St. Florian the Martyr is a historic church in Warsaw's Old Town, featuring beautiful baroque architecture and ornate interiors.

The Prague right bank district, also known as Praga, is a vibrant and bohemian area of Warsaw, situated on the east bank of the Vistula River. It features a mix of pre-war, communist-era, and modern architecture, as well as numerous trendy cafes, bars, and art galleries. Despite a reputation for being rough and gritty, Praga is becoming an increasingly popular destination for those looking to experience a more alternative and off-beat side of Warsaw.

The Vistula River runs through Warsaw and is the longest river in Poland. It's a popular destination for river cruises, walks, and picnics, and features several parks, bridges, and landmarks along its banks. The river also played an important role in Warsaw's history, serving as a key trade route and a site of several major battles.

Taras widokowy is an observation terrace on the belfry of Saint Anna church with 360 city views. There's a small entrance fee.

Castle Square is a historic square in the heart of Warsaw's Old Town, featuring the iconic Royal Castle, colorful buildings, and a statue of King Sigismund III Vasa. It's a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, and hosts several cultural events throughout the year.

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