Old Town Market Place

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About Old Town Market Place, Warszawa

Warsaw's Old Town Market Place (Polish: Rynek Starego Miasta) is the center and oldest part of the Old Town of Warsaw, capital of Poland. Immediately after the Warsaw Uprising, it was systematically blown up by the German Army. After World War II, the Old Town Market Place was restored to its prewar appearance.

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Overview of Old Town Market Place

Home to Old Town Market Place is the city of Warszawa in the country of Poland. Don't expect lot of visitors to Old Town Market Place since it is not a popular tourist spot in Warszawa.

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  • Nice square to have some food. The restaurant price was reasonable and the food arrived quickly. After your meal you can walk around and take some photos.

  • Cafes and restaurants around the square ruin the look of it. The houses are nicely renovated. It would be nicer to have more benches for people to rest without having to sit and eat at the expensive restaurants.

  • One of the most beautiful centres in Poland! Warsaw offers many touristic spots which all have a certain history to it. Would definitely come back and visiting the Mermaid Statue is a must (it is the city's emblem after all)

  • One of the most beautiful squares in Poland. Food n drinks are average. Best to enjoy the view, WWII rebuilt buildings and structures.

  • Great vibe. There are so many gift shops. But I was so sorry there are not that many coffee places. (I couldnt have found any cafe.)

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