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Once serving as the gardens of Saxon Palace, this magnificent park features shady tree-lined avenues, Baroque sculptures, an elegant 19-century fountain and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a grave reminder of Poland's recent past.
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Suspect much better in the summer when in full bloom. Well kept large park and great for a stroll. Between my hotel and old town so a pleasant route. Large fountain and other monuments at the old town end
Used the park as a shortcut between places I wanted to see. What a fine walk. First public gardens in the city but well maintained. Unknown soldier graves always a stirring moment with their stiff honor guards.
A typical example of the Baroque extension of formal vistas inspired by the park of Versailles. The park starts from the back façade of the palace, flanking a long alley with many sculptures. The central avenue lead directly to the palace, as was usual in...More
This was near my hotel so I walked through one day intending to cut through on my way to Old Town. I am so glad I did! The sculpture garden is beautiful and the flowers were all in bloom. Definitely recommend.
This is an attractive park in the centre of Warsaw located close to the historical district. It is worth a short detour here to admire the flowers and statues. There is also a white rotunda to see here which looks good from a distance, but...More
As well as the formal gardens there are many little extras to see here... the giant fountain is really impressive, the water area usually has ducks and other creatures of interest. Many interesting sculptures are dotted around the park as well. At one end you...More