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An attractive, cobbled square, surrounded by beautiful seventeenth- and eighteenth-century 'merchants' houses, In the centre you will find a fun water pump and the Warsaw Mermaid sculpture - the symbol of Warsaw. The square has a number of street vendors, cafes, shops, art galleries and...More
Beautiful square with stunning buildings, lots of history & culture. We visited specifically for the Christmas markets- there was an ice rink in the Centre & a number of stalls selling bratwurst & gluwein etc. Really good atmosphere, lots of choices of restaurants.
Beautifully rebuilt buildings, still managing to reflect the history of Warsaw. Many poignant memorials.
Lots of places to eat, some excellent, some bad. Look for ones that are busy.
Royal Palace well worth a visit as is the Cathedral with its atmospheric crypt. Watch our...More
Lovely old town market square Lots of fascinating shops,bars and restaurants.
The buildings are fascinating . It is hard to believe that it has all been rebuilt after being flattened in world war 2.
A must see when visiting Warsaw.
It is amazing how this has been rebuilt after the devastation of World War 2. There are information boards around the area with photos taken then. It's a busy square with lots of places to eat and drink and in the center the mermaid statue.
It’s hard to miss if you are walking around the old town as many of the winding roads pass through here.
It’s a lovely large square surrounded by beautiful buildings with shops and restaurants scattered around.
The cobbled square is surrounded by old style buildings and is home to a Christmas market during the winter months. The entire old town is a twentieth century reconstruction of the original which was blown up by the Nazis during the second world war.
Been there several times, they sell some small tourist items and food and beverages. Its quite expensive compared to other places close by. Still nice to look around. The pubs/cafes around it is extremly expensive still not more expensive then you could take a beer...More