Things to Do in Serock

Things to Do in Serock, Poland - Serock Attractions

Things to Do in Serock

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  • Dominik Kiezik
    Warsaw, Poland4,580 contributions
    Rescue on hot days. the beach in Serock may not be too big, but probably next to a very crowded beach in Nieporet, it is the best beach north of Warsaw. You can swim there and laze on the sand, but there are also many benches and even a few metal deck chairs. Children and adults have fun because there is such a nice special playground where water flows from each toy in a different way. I recommend it because the place is a bit less crowded like Nieporęt or Zegrze.
    Written July 25, 2021
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  • Dominik Kiezik
    Warsaw, Poland4,580 contributions
    Nice square with the medieval layout of streets and buildings preserved. I was even once in October and it was even nice even though it was no time to rest on the beach. you have all food and other services on the market. the interesting facts that I noticed is that at least two wooden houses have been preserved in the market square. I also recommend visiting the church because it is really nice and the passage behind the church where you will see an interesting inscription and of course a beautiful view of the rivers that connect.
    Written July 25, 2021
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  • Dominik Kiezik
    Warsaw, Poland4,580 contributions
    Stories about Picasso and Napoleon. in 1948, practically just after the war, he lived for a short time in Serock Picasso, at that time, as far as I know, he was strongly interested in the new order of reality and culture and expression of these cultures in the emerging communist Russia, the so-called socialist realism. A lesser-known history related to Serock is the brief presence of the French Emperor in the city. by the way, during my stay I have just put on an exhibition about this event. The houses themselves in the city, especially by the river, are another matter, they are very nice and often have a place for a boat next to each other.
    Written July 25, 2021
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  • Dominik Kiezik
    Warsaw, Poland4,580 contributions
    A very well thought out trail, rather a walking one. for me personally, one of the best attractions of the town within 50 km from Warsaw. it is built right next to the rivers and their connection. It goes on for a long time, even to Jadwiśin. I walk very well and rest there, there are also barriers and benches to rest in many places. next to it there are often special platforms for boats or even yachts or other types of vessels.
    Written July 26, 2021
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  • Dominik Kiezik
    Warsaw, Poland4,580 contributions
    A wooden house built as a memorial room for fishing traditions. From what I looked around, not only are there souvenirs of the old profession of a fisherman, but also the memorial room has temporary exhibitions and we came across an exhibition about Napoleon and his presence in this place. the chamber has good opening hours as it is open until 5:30 pm on weekends.
    Written July 26, 2021
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  • Dominik Kiezik
    Warsaw, Poland4,580 contributions
    A symbolic reconstruction of the site of the oldest castle that gave rise to Serock. the reconstruction may not knock you down, however, there is a beautiful corner, let's call it such hills, where you can go down to the river in a very interesting way. for me it is a beautiful place, although you have to be careful with people with disabilities because there are many stairs and bridges. these hills are covered with beautiful greenery. for me, being in the ravine, I cut myself off from the world a little, which is a wonderful phenomenon. the city has medieval roots and dates back to at least the 12th century.
    Written July 26, 2021
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  • Dominik Kiezik
    Warsaw, Poland4,580 contributions
    City library connected to the cultural center. Unfortunately, when I started visiting it, it was already closed, so I had to see an interesting exhibition on the Polish constitution and photograph the building itself, which is nicely painted.
    Written July 26, 2021
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