Lazienki ParkCurrently Open
- Address: Aleje Ujazdowskie, Warsaw 99-200, Poland (Ujazdow)
- Timings: 06:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids
Lazienki Park - Review
This massive park is a Warsaw weekend favourite. It’s approximately 80 acres provide a much needed contrast to the city’s otherwise austerely coloured architecture. It’s filled with a palace, flowers, statues, monuments and wildlife. Tourists also find it a lovely break from Warsaw’s usually depressing museums and attractions. Birds flock around the miniature lake and there’s an amphitheatre that’s lovely to lounge in.
In the summers you ought to be able to get ice cream close to the lake. Summer Sundays also provide a delightful treat when free Chopin music concerts are held, filling the air with the artist’s unique tranquillity. If you buy nuts before entering the park, you’ll be able to feed the squirrels. Also visit the cafe at the amphitheatre.
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Lazienki Park Information
- Try the cafe at the Belvedere.
- Can get pretty crowded in the weekends.
How To reach Lazienki Park by Public Transport
- Politechnika Subway Services on Aleja Armii Ludowej.
- Tram line to the east of the park.
Restaurants Near Lazienki Park
- Red Sun Restaurant
- Blue Cactus
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Things to Know Before Visiting Lazienki Park
95% of people who visit Warsaw include Lazienki Park in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
73.68% of people start their Lazienki Park visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Lazienki Park
90.28% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lazienki Park
Lazienki Park Trips
Lazienki Park, Warsaw Reviews
Most amazing and beautiful park in all of Europe! Don't miss out on exploring this amazing and truly breathtaking park! I have been all of Europe, and never expected to find the most beautiful one to be in Poland - that, I can assure you. But I was blown away by every part and square inch of the place. From the Royal Palace, to the monument dedicated to the famous (and my personal favorite) composer, Chopin, to the stunning greenery, the ponds, the ducks and of course the peacocks. If you're there as a tourist and want to get some great shots with your camera (as I did), or just want to take a leisurely stroll to get away from the noise in the city, come here. The tranquility and natural beauty will leave you refreshed, revitalized and more at peace.
It's an awesome place where you can relax, have a run or a walk among the nature. There are many attractions in the park like wonderful palaces and gardens, monuments, even a Chinese garden. The park is huge and I would like so much to come back to Warsaw and finish to visit it. Don't miss it!
Beautiful park and place where you can spend hours walking, but also sitting and relaxing. Although it is located in the city, it is silent. You can meet there squirrels, which are friendly. If you have some peanuts to share with them, they will eat from your hand. Except nature there are museums and sculptures, perfect place for someone who likes art. When I visited the park, the entrance to museums was free on Thursdays (it was in August 2018).
This is such a nice park that I feel like it's a must-see for tourists. The statues that are all around the park are amazing, the lake, the buildings, everything! And then there are the squirrels too who come close and eat out of your hand. You can also find cafes where you can drink a hot or cold beverage. I recommend visiting this park if you're in Warsaw.
Very calm and relaxing place for strolling. If you have someone in a wheelchair, it can be a nightmare of uphill pushing. The university outdoor botanical garden is nicely laid out, but most parts of it are not wheelchair-friendly with small stones for paths or extremely narrow paths. There are some incredibly huge trees in the garden of various varieties. The park area also has numerous shade-bearing trees. A very nice place to stroll except for the elevation change.