I went to the park on a sunday afternoon. The weather wasn't the best but I wanted to see the park anyway. People kept telling me I really should go, so I took the bus (it's quite a walk from the historical heart of the city), and got out at the north-side of the park. Initially I feared the park would be so big I would get lost, but that luckily wasn't the case. Although the park is enormous in comparison to any other park I ever visited, it was clean, clear and simply stunning!
The monuments scattered through the park are handy landmarks while walking around. You can easily spend hour after hour here, especially if the weather is good!
I specifically went on the sunday afternoon because in the late spring and summer there are live pianoconcerts at the Chopin monument. An entire hour of music composed by Warsaws most famous musician (and a personal favorite) performed by professionals from all over the planet. It was absolutely amazing to see how many people gathered around the monument to enjoy the music, even if it was cold and windy and raining.
If you can, go chill out here, or walk around, or maybe have a picnic. Maybe even all three if you have time, definitly all worth it. I felt like I wasn't in a capital city when in that park, and it makes it all the more awesome to spend a few hours here!
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