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Three Days in Warsaw
3 day travel itinerary

by TripMapper

If any city rewards exploration, it's Warsaw!

3 Days
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With a plethora of cultural treasures, eye-catching architecture, lush outdoor spaces, bustling riverside boulevards and a superb selection of eateries, Poland's capital will certainly seduce, no matter what the season.

In the summertime, life moves outdoors thanks to its music festivals, food events and super urban beaches. This city certainly knows how to have fun! In winter, wrap up warm and enjoy the wonderful Christmassy atmosphere as you wander the beautifully illuminated city streets.

Poland's capital has a unique charm and endless intrigue - overlook this city at your peril!

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Itinerary Highlights

  • Explore Warsaw's charming Old Town. Most of the area was destroyed during World War II but was meticulously rebuilt - a project that earned a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List
  • From unpretentious bistros to trendy food halls and local cafes to high-end eateries, enjoy Warsaw's culinary delights
  • Discover Praga Koneser Centre, a renovated complex of the 19th Koneser vodka distillery, where you will find designer shops, innovative restaurants and small bars
  • For a welcome break from the hustle and bustle of the city, head to the riverbanks of the Vistula
  • Stroll around the beautiful Royal Łazienki Park, a place for cultural, scientific and entertainment events. For 50 years, free piano concerts have been held here on summer weekends
  • Visit the harrowing Warsaw Uprising Museum, which presents the everyday struggles of Warsaw's citizens before and during the Uprising, the horror of occupation and the post-war Communist terror
  • Previously the home of scooter and motorcycle factories, Soho Factory is now home to art studios, restaurants and the quirky Neon Museum