Zamek Krolewski w Warszawie - Muzeum, Warsaw

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The official residence of Poland's monarchs for more than two centuries, Zamek Krolewski w Warszawie - Muzeum sits at the entrance of Old Town. Between the 16th and 18th centures, this castle housed the king's personal offices and served as the administrative center for the country's royal court. Devastated by foreign invaders several times over its long history, the castle underwent a massive reconstruction after World War II. Admire the majestic building, now a national monument. The castle also features a museum with a significant art collection, including two notable works by Rembrandt. Put Zamek Krolewski w Warszawie - Muzeum at the forefront of your travel plans using our Warsaw vacation planner.
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  • The castle is amazing, a major achievement of the nation after the destruction of Warsaw by Germans in 1945. However, the way it is currently operated is that hundreds of people are gathering outside....  more
    The castle is amazing, a major achievement of the nation after the destruction of Warsaw by Germans in 1945. However, the way it is currently operated is that hundreds of people are gathering outside....  more »
  • I did the royal route today with the headphones. It was all pretty cool and somewhat interesting but alot of information to take it. Well I enjoyed 1.5 hours in there for 40 zloty. 
    I did the royal route today with the headphones. It was all pretty cool and somewhat interesting but alot of information to take it. Well I enjoyed 1.5 hours in there for 40 zloty.  more »
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  • Amazing place to start the visit to the old town. In this square there's a turist office, ice-cream shops, souvenirs shops, and street toilets (where you'll have to pay, though). You'll also find street markets where you can buy artistic paintings, jewelry and other stuff like that.
  • Magnificent and beautiful structure. The inside is almost as impressive as the outside. The castle tour is a great way to brush up on Polish history and I can tell that the whole complex is a source of Polish pride. Wonder is mixed with heart break and post war hope when walking through the exhibits. The interior was restored with authentic artifacts that survived the destruction of Warsaw. I would give it 5 stars, however the staff seemed to watch you everywhere you went and were somewhat accusatory when talking to you. I still had a great time!

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