Located between Warsaw's Mokotów district and the city center, the park is one of the largest in Warsaw. In the middle, there is a lovely lake with plenty of space around to lay out a blanket and picnic, as well as extensive bicycle, roller and longboard paths.
“This vast park is a favourite place for Varsovians where they go for long walks amid beautiful nature and architecture to rest. At the park is the summer residence of the last king of Poland – Stanisław August Poniatowski. The name of the complex comes from the seventeenth-century bathhouse of a Polish nobleman, rebuilt in the 18th century into a palace. Here, in the Palace on the Island, King Stanisław August Poniatowski hosted his famous Thursday dinners, to which he invited scholars and poets to discuss the issues of the day. Today it is a museum where you can admire paintings from the royal collections.”
“One of the not-so-crowded shopping malls in Warsaw, TK Maxx, ZARA, M&S, Benetton”
“Established in 1938, this small park with paths, fountains & a monument is a scenic spot for walks.”
“Modern, interactive muzeum presenting the most dramatic moment in Warsaw history. No. 1 Museum to see in Warsaw.”
“the National Museum in Warsaw boasts a collection numbering around 830,000 works of art from Poland and abroad, from ancient times to the present including paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, coins, as well as utilitarian objects and design.”