Warsaw Old Town

 

 

 

Old Town is the most attractive area of Warsaw, Poland. You will feel as if you have been taken back in time when Warsaw was under the Nazi and communist rule. This section of Warsaw is still the same, with its old-style streets and architecture. Not a very crowded place, the streets will help you find peace and tranquility when you walk along. The old town was listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List. World War II completely destroyed this place, but it was soon rebuilt to its full glory. This is the very place where the Warsaw Uprising battle took place.

Ask anyone about the Old Town and people will talk about Old Market Square, popularly known as Rynek Starego Miasta. The buildings depict the olden style of Warsaw which was dominated by merchants. The streets are filled with people watching and applauding the various shows by the musicians, painters and artists of Warsaw. Apart from that, you will also find many street restaurants, cafes, clubs and art shops. You can also get a feel of royalty by hopping on a horse carriage and taking a tour of the streets. Many festivals and fairs are conducted here for the entertainment of the tourists.

 

Go back to the 14th century when the Polish kings stayed at the Royal Castle. The furniture, paintings, statues and portraits of the old times adorn the walls of this castle, which is now a museum. St John’s Cathedral, built as a Masovian Gothic church, is another place you shouldn’t miss. It was used as a burial place for many Dukes of Masovia. One of the oldest churches of Poland, it has works of many artists like Wit Stwosz on display. Also, you can see some tombs and sculptures in the interiors of the church.

You can visit St Anna’s House, one of the few houses that survived the war. Take an evening walk in the Dunaj Street and stop by to have a cup of tea. Go to the Barbican, a castle giving a detailed view of the historical significance of Warsaw. You can have a nice time in this simple town, which gives you your space and allows you to do your own thing.

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