Warsaw’s most beautiful palaces and royal estates

Warsaw’s most beautiful palaces and royal estates

Warsaw palaces are excellent places for weekend trips and a great way to learn about the history of places where crowned heads lived and the cream of society met in the old days. Popular palaces in Warsaw that should be a must-see on a trip to the capital are the palace in the Royal Łazienki Park, the palace in Wilanów and the Krasiński Palace.

Bath’s estate and krol Stanislaw August Poniatowski

Palace in Warsaw, whichory is worth seeing not only because it was and still is a place for the presentation of 140 images of theow of the rich collection of krola Stanislaw Augustus, but roAlso due to its unique location. The location on the island of a classicist pearl of Polish architecture, ktowhich dates back to the end of the 17th century, is unusual and extremely picturesque. The Palace on the Island was the result of the reconstruction of Baroque baths and became a summer residence krola Stanislaw August. It is open to the public from Tuesday to Sunday at 10–18, on Thursdays admission is free.

Wilanów Palace and krol John III Sobieski

For the Wilanów estate kroThe palace of Jan III Sobieski consists of a baroque palace and a huge gardenod. The building is worth visiting inside for its magnificent decorations maintained in a unique style, combining Old Polish traditions with leading accents of European style.

Krasinski Palace, or the palace of the Republic of Poland

Krasiński Palace was built in the 17th century and was originally the estate of the Plock voivode Jan Dobrogost Krasiński. Today it is not only an extremely beautiful museum object, but roalso a place to store particularolnie valuable harvestoin the National Library.

Palace gardens, parks and green areas

Each of the krolion’s palaceow has a magnificent park or picturesque gardens, for this reason, after visiting the beautiful interiors, it is worth taking a walk surrounded by nature. Baths KroLewskie is a place whereorym you can spend many hours not only visiting krolevish mansions, listening to a Chopin recital, but roalso on long walks through the beautiful grounds and four gardens, with which theoEach of which was designed in a different style. They are there: Ogrod Romantic, Ogrod Modernist, Ogreod Krolewski and Ogrod Chinese. It is also worth taking a trip to kroleft Garden of Light. This is a unique exhibition arranged in the open air in the form of light installations, located in the gardens of the Wilanów Palace. Ogrod light is open daily from 4 to 9 pm until the end of February.