Lazienki Krolewskie w Warszawie, Warsaw

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Spend some time strolling in the sun at Lazienki Krolewskie w Warszawie. Once the hunting ground for Poland's kings, this park is the largest in the city, occupying 76 hectares (189 acres) in the central district. Start your walk at the opulent palace built for King Stanislaw August Poniatowski, who acquired the property in 1764. Next, head to the park's star attraction, an amphitheater inspired by ancient Greek and Roman architecture. The theater's stage, situated on a small island in the park's lake, provides an idyllic setting for live concerts and plays. Check the website for upcoming special events. Plan to see Lazienki Krolewskie w Warszawie and other attractions that appeal to you using our Warsaw trip itinerary tool.
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  • No dogs allowed. I had to leave my dog at the day care and he wasvery stressed. Too much shade so I was cold even thou it was a sunny day. Lots of flies. It looks nice but the building with... 
    No dogs allowed. I had to leave my dog at the day care and he wasvery stressed. Too much shade so I was cold even thou it was a sunny day. Lots of flies. It looks nice but the building with...  more »
  • Łazienki Park is the largest park in Warsaw and a perfect tourist attraction with some great infrastructure, lush green and some cute birdies flying and floating around. The park is unbelievably... 
    Łazienki Park is the largest park in Warsaw and a perfect tourist attraction with some great infrastructure, lush green and some cute birdies flying and floating around. The park is unbelievably...  more »
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  • A beautiful place at any time of the year. Perfect for walks and active rest. The charming corners are inhabited by equally cute animals. At every step you can meet squirrels, who are used to people and demand delicacies, and peacocks freely walking around the area. Very neat place. I highly recommend.
  • Nice place for a walk, maybe not in winter if you're a tourist, as weather can be hard for foreigners. But is a must from Spring till Autumn, lots of nature to enjoy, don't feel like crowded so can enjoy a peaceful walk around.

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