For a real insiders view of Warsaw, pull on some comfortable shoes and discover nearby areas such as Nowe Miasto, Powisle, and Saska Kepa.
You’ll find some unique museums, exhibits and venues in and around Praga. Visit the museums and galleries of Zacheta, Chopin Museum and the Marie Curie Museum. To experience the city’s dynamic artistic culture, book a show at one of the acclaimed performance venues such as the National Theatre. Aspiring artists should admire the local artwork and other exhibits at Foksal Gallery.
If you are travelling with kids, you’ll make their day if you take them to the family attractions nearby. Explore Warsaw Zoo, to experience some of the stars of the animal kingdom.
There are a number of natural gifts here as well, so make sure you enjoy the chance to get outdoors. Admire the trees and flowers, take a few photos, or just enjoy the fresh air at Fountain Park.
Visitors to the Praga area should go and see Palm Tree, the Tomb of Unknown Soldier and the St. John's Cathedral. The Holy Cross Church, the St. Anne's Church and the Church of Holy Spirit offer those exploring Warsaw the opportunity to better understand the religious history of the area. Warsaw features some evocative reminders of the past; don’t miss Royal Castle, Krasinski Palace and the Palace of the Four Winds.
Spend a few hours at the Old Town Market Place and the Wilenska Railway and Carrefour to scratch that shopping itch.
When you’re ready to rest your weary head after discovering the delights of Praga, check in to one of the many local accommodation options. The Hotel Bristol, A Luxury Collection Hotel, the Hotel Gromada Warszawa Centrum and the Sofitel Warsaw Victoria are just some of the most popular accommodation options here.