You’d need a day to fully appreciate the sights of this wonderful, atmosphere thick and historic neighbourhood. Most of what you’ll see here was carefully reconstructed after widespread destruction in WWII. Carry a camera, for you’ll find endless reasons to click away. Visit the Church of the Holy Cross and the Grave of the Unknown Soldier. The Marie Curie museum is nearby.
There are so many restaurants, bars and cafes offering the best for your stomach. You’ll see the walls of the Castle lit up in different colours and solitary street performers here and there and some truly spectacular views of the Vistula River. Under no circumstances are you to miss the Old Town Square Market at the heart of this neighbourhood, a place best to visit at night. You’ll see a mermaid statue, a skating rink and people on benches just enjoying the quiet. It’s pretty romantic.
Also, visit nearby attractions which are covered in Warsaw itinerary 1 day.
Warsaw Old Town Travel Tips
- Wear comfortable shoes.
- Pick up something from the various souvenir shop.
- You’re most likely to find washroom facilities in bars and restaurants. Just ask if they’ll let you use them.
How to Reach Warsaw Old Town
- Ratusz Subway Station to the South-East.
- Stare Miasto Tram Station to the South.
- U Fukiera
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90.82% of people who visit Warsaw include Warsaw Old Town in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
77.21% of people start their Warsaw Old Town visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Warsaw Old Town
70.3% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Warsaw Old Town