Warsaw’s Old Town: Warsaw’s Highlight

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So I don’t know if this bodes well for Warsaw or not… Because this isn’t much… The old town is not a particularly big area – it’s actually quite small, and it doesn’t take long to roam through. It’s nice looking, but nothing spectacular. There are for sure many lovelier old towns around Europe. It has a little colorful flair, but is nothing like it’s Czech equivalent. I would say it’s a nice place to kill an hour, or two – if you sit down for a coffee break. Souvenir: Yellow and white amber pendant necklace 🙂

I hopped on the tramcar, from my hotel located in the city centre (Centrum). Got off at the right stop by the help of some locals, because there were no old town in sight. No wonder, because when I got off the tramcar, it appeared I was “below” the old town. So just look up and to the left over your shoulder, and you’ll find your way. When I got up the hill, I saw plenty of tramcars and buses, so why I ended up on the tramcar that I did – have no idea! Hotel staff directions…

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12 thoughts on “Warsaw’s Old Town: Warsaw’s Highlight

  1. It’s so interesting to hear you thoughts. I’ve never been to Poland- would love to – but maybe when I do I won’t spend too long in Warsaw. Thanks for linking up to #citytripping xx

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  2. I’ve only visited Krakow (although we passed through Warsaw on the train) which is lovely, and has wonderful old buildings. It’s good to know there’s at least a small area in the capital if I do find myself there, and a nice way to spend part of the day. Thanks for linking up to #citytripping

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  3. My boyfriend is half-Polish and he complains about Warsaw all the time. We prefer Zakopane, great if you’re into snowboarding/skiing. Also has the delicious oscypek cheese. Smoky, salty, delicious. It’s only a short few hours ride from Krakow, hopefully you can add it to your list! I also love Toruń only because I get to make and eat lots of pierniki, gingerbread cookies. Your site is so inspiring, happy travels! 🙂

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    • Yes, Warsaw wasn’t my best choice, but been there, done that 🙂 I have definitely put Krakow on my list. Hear it is beautiful. Thanks for all the tips! Gingerbread cookies – yum! Thank you so much for your kind words! Have great summer!

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