Warsaw, Poland
The perfect 3 days itinerary

Warsaw, the capital of Poland, is a city that wears its history on its sleeve. It's a city of contrasts, where historic buildings, palaces, and churches are interspersed with modern architecture and vibrant street art. The city's Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a testament to its resilience and ability to rebuild after the devastation of World War II. Warsaw is also known for its lively music scene, from classical to jazz and beyond.

What to do in Warsaw?

This 3 days itinerary is the perfect guide to the best things to do in Warsaw. It includes day-by-day activities, travel tips, and the top places to visit.

Day 1: Exploring the Historic Old Town

Morning

Start your day at the Royal Castle, the former residence of Polish monarchs. Explore the lavishly decorated rooms and the collection of art and historical artifacts. Take a stroll through the Old Town Market Square, surrounded by colorful townhouses and bustling with cafes and shops.

Afternoon

Visit the Warsaw Uprising Museum, dedicated to the 1944 uprising against the Nazi occupation. The interactive exhibits provide a deep insight into this significant event in Warsaw's history.

Evening

Enjoy a traditional Polish meal at one of the restaurants in the Old Town. Try pierogi (Polish dumplings), bigos (hunter's stew), and other local specialties.


Day 2: A Day of Culture and Nature

Morning

Visit the Wilanów Palace, a beautiful baroque palace surrounded by gardens and a park. Explore the palace's art collection and take a leisurely walk in the gardens.

Afternoon

Head to the Łazienki Park, the largest park in Warsaw. Visit the Palace on the Isle, a classicist palace located on a man-made island in the park's lake.

Evening

Attend a classical music concert at the Warsaw Philharmonic, one of the oldest music institutions in Poland.


Day 3: Discovering Modern Warsaw

Morning

Visit the Copernicus Science Centre, an interactive science museum that's fun for all ages. Take a walk along the Vistula River and enjoy the views of the city.

Afternoon

Explore the Praga district, known for its bohemian atmosphere, street art, and trendy cafes. Visit the Neon Museum, dedicated to the preservation of Poland's cold war era neon signs.

Evening

End your day at the Palace of Culture and Science, the tallest building in Poland. Take the elevator to the 30th floor for a panoramic view of Warsaw.


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