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3 Days in Warsaw - Perfect 72 Hours Guide
Known for its baroque beauty, and its violent past, Warsaw pays respect to the misery of the ancestors, and at the same time, steps into the glamour of today. With historical monuments strewn across the city, the true tourist experience lies in the cobblestone streets, the ancient churches, the modern museums and the mesmerising parks. Your Warsaw Itinerary- 3 Days must include some important sites of the city. Take a look at our itinerary and plan soon!
What to see in 3 days in Warsaw?
Day 1 in Warsaw
Spend the first day exploring the city on foot. Starting from the famous Old Town, you will find the history of Warsaw hidden in the walls of this city. The remains of the city walls, the cobblestone streets, the Mermaid Guardian, Old Town is packed with the most unique sites that give you a view of the difficult past and the culture of the city. Next, make your way to Castle Square. On the way, you may also visit Church of the Gracious Mother of God and St. John’s Cathedral. Once at the Castle Square, the sight of the 16th century Royal Castle is impressive to say the least! Within its bright red walls are stories of the war, and as a striking contrast, an art museum too! Showcasing the works of Rembrandt, a visit here is a must. Often called as the Royal Route, there is a path that connects the three major royal residences, namely the Royal Castle, the Lazienki Royal Park and the Wilanow Palace. With churches, universities, restaurants and cafes, and shopping avenues on the way, you can even spend some leisure time here.
After lunch, head towards the Lazienki Royal Park. known for the peacocks that roam freely in the fields, you can take a quiet stroll along the pathways of this park. A small palace is part of this park, which is now converted into a museum. After a quiet afternoon in this wilderness, you can pay a visit to the famed tallest building of Warsaw, the Palace of Culture and Science. With a controversial past, a round about its corridors are amusing, and very intriguing.
Day 2 in Warsaw
72 hours in Warsaw may not be enough to view all that the city has to offer. But to make the most of it, you can always try and cover as much ground as possible during your trip. Start the second day with a visit to the POLIN Museum. Giving you a glimpse of the disturbing Holocaust and Jewish Ghetto, the museum also shows you the history of Jews in Poland. Continue dwelling in the tales of the past by visiting the Jewish Quarter. A number of historical sites and monuments, some in ruins, can be seen here.
After lunch, rent a bike and pedal through the lanes of New Town, and along the Vistula River. While the New Town is teemed with chic cafes, restaurants and churches and sites, the waterfront is a calming place to spend a relaxed afternoon.
Next, take the metro to Praga. Home to the most artistic neighbourhoods of Warsaw, tour its art deco buildings, murals and antique shops. Head to Old Town at night to experience its vibrant atmosphere, a surprising contrast to its calm day- demeanor.
Day 3 in Warsaw
Known for its dynamic history, it is impossible to spend 3 Days in Warsaw, and not include Warsaw Rising Museum in your itinerary. The uprising of the Polish, the two-month struggle, and the concentration camps. Whether one is a history enthusiast or not, a visit here is a must. Adding immensely to this experience is the Tomb of Unknown Soldier, which is the next tourist attraction. Dedicated to the fallen heroes, it is considered to be the most important monument in Warsaw.
After a scrumptious lunch head to the University of Warsaw Library. Set in a unique natural setting, the library gardens are perfect for a quiet afternoon. End the day with a visit to the Fryderyk Chopin Museum. Exhibiting the works, instruments and artefacts from his life, the museum pays a wonderful tribute to the works of the city’s favourite composer.
The Warsaw Feast
3 days 2 nights in Warsaw must include certain traditional delicacies.
Eat : Pierogi, Bigos, Barszcz, Rosol z kury are only some of the must have delicacies of Warsaw.
Drink : Polish Craft Beer is famous amongst beer lovers. Head to any of the modern pubs for a multi-tap beer-ing experience.
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