SIGHTSEEING OF WARSAW AND WILANÓW PALACE VISIT
The Old Town:
Beautiful palaces, aristocratic residence, famous statues and historic churches.
North-western part of Warsaw's city centre turned into the Jewish Ghetto by Nazis soon
after the outbreak of World War II. Afterwards systematically destroyed
between 1942 and 1943, following the Ghetto Uprising in 1943 ghetto was
completely razed. The location of significant events in the ghetto and
courage of its inhabitants are marked by series of monuments along Path
of Remembrance, Umschlagplatz Monument, Monument to the Ghetto Heroes.
Wilanów Palace and Park:
Baroque style summer residence of Jan III Sobieski, the king who defeated the Turks at the Battle of Vienna in 1683.
Situated at the Lazienki Royal Complex, The Secessionist monument to Frederic Chopin unveiled in 1962 depicts Poland?s most celebrated composer.
Belvedere Palace :
Built in the 17th century palace has scenic location close to the Lazienki park.
Since 1918 the palace belonged to the state, it was president?s residence
in 1945-52 and 1898-94.
Zelazowa Wola :
The charming manor where the famous polish composer F. Chopin was born houses a collection of mementoes of the Chopin family.
A typical Mazovian village with Renaissance basilica of unique defensive character erected in the 16th century, the place where Chopin's parents wedding and the baptism of F.Chopin.
A gorgeous Radziwil family residence, where the famous Niobe- an antique sculpture is to see.