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After being leveled when the Nazis left, this whole neighborhood of cobblestone Gothic streets and alleyways, baroque palaces, numerous churches and tiered burghers' houses were masterfully reconstructed to reflect the atmosphere of bygone days.
As featured in 3 Days in Warsaw
Warsaw, Poland
+48 22 355 51 70
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Crazy to think this once was bombed what....sixty years ago...? A little like some Asian fake towns I have been too...even las Vegas. Seriously almost fake. But it isn't.

Thank Leigh E
Reviewed yesterday

The Old Town in Warsaw is a collection of amazing squares and lanes weaving around some fabulous architecture. I visited before in the depths of winter, but the summer is when it really should be experienced. Endless restaurants and bars line the streets so food...More

Thank JOnH585
Reviewed 2 days ago

Hence the fact that Warsaw was almost completely destroyed during the WW 2 there is a lot to see.Some great museums,architecture,Spa palace(Lazienski palace) the Museum of uprising to name a few or there is a lot of monuments( Chopins,Sobieskis etc.) definitely make a research as...More

Thank lacettil
Reviewed 2 days ago

My wife and two friends visited here at Christmas time and it was a truly wonderful experience. The Christmas markets were in full flow and there was a fantastic ice rink in the middle of the old square. Warsaw at Christmas time was a fantastic...More

Thank Cactus_1982
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Although called the “Old Town”, it was completely rebuilt after the 2nd world war. Having said that, they have done a fantastic job re-creating what was there before the war. Plenty of entertainment, quaint shops, restaurants and loads of ice-cream stores. It feels very safe...More

Thank Headsterb
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The whole old town area was beautifully renovated, and was made into one big pedestrian open mall. It’s a bit of a tourist trap, but not really expensive, and nicely done. Lots of restaurants, musicians and other performers playing in the streets and a great...More

Thank Jonny1971
Reviewed 3 days ago

I enjoyed walking in the old city, a vey historic place. This is a must place for every visitor of the city.

Thank athanasios2018
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A beautiful place, lovingly restored after the war. Full of history, good restaurants and friendly people.

Thank Andrzej S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A good way to learn a bit about Polish history in the recreated Old Town with the tourists. Not overly commercial, somewhat historical...

Thank JPC_TP
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The buildingd was nothing special campare to orher old citys. We took a free walking tour and the guide lade the area intressting despite the lak of nice buildings.

Thank Eleonor W
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April 2, 2018|
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Response from luizadowling | Reviewed this property |
I'm sure that Bazyliszek, right in the Old Market Square might be able to accommodate you. They have a huge patio, decent food (although nothing too fancy), reasonable prices and efficient service
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October 26, 2017|
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Response from Larry C | Reviewed this property |
I have just returned from Poland 4 days ago! You can take the intercity fast train from Warsaw to Krakow (150ZL return) and it takes exactly 2h42minutes. I would definitely spend one night there as Krakow is Beautiful! It... More