Of course, one of the most important places to see when you come to Warsaw or even Poland is the Old City of Warsaw, which awaits its visitors with its dramatic story in the Second World War.
My advice to you, which is also valid for many other cities, is to visit this region with a guide. If you don’t have a guide or you want to know what to see before traveling with a guide, the full list is below. 🙂
UNESCO World Heritage Site
Located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Warsaw Old Town (Stare Miasto), the Warsaw Tourism Office (Stołeczne Biuro Turystyki) prepared the “Warsaw, What a history!” 17 places listed in the booklet.
Places to See in Warsaw Old Town
- The Royal Castle
- Sigismund’s Column
- The Gothic Bridge
- St. John’s Archcathedral
- Church of the Gracious Mother of God
- Gnojna Góra
- The Literature Museum
- Stone Steps
- Statue of the Mermaid
- UNESCO Plaque
- St. Martin`s Church
- Pharmacy Museum
- Statue of Jan Kiliński
- Statue of the Little Insurgent
- The Barbican
- Maria Skłodowska-Curie Museum
Generally, the excursion route for the Old City starts from the Royal Palace and ends in The Barbican. As you continue to progress, you have the chance to see the house of two Nobel laureates, Maria Skłodowska-Curie, which has been converted into a museum.