Popular places to visit in Kolo
Admire the views from the terrace of the country’s tallest building, a controversial landmark that inspires mixed feelings from Polish citizens.
You can learn about the local history of Warsaw during your trip to a well-known site like Old Town Square. Discover the fascinating museums and shops in this culturally rich area.
The heart of Warsaw’s Old Town, this lively square is lined with picturesque buildings from the 1600s and 1700s.
Learn about the defining days of war in Warsaw at this enormous museum, which traces the Home Army’s doomed attempt to liberate the city from its German occupiers.
Stroll through the avenues and palaces of this historic academic institution, which has fostered two centuries of learning in Poland.
Take a tour of this symbolic building, home to the Polish national football team and an important center for sports and culture in Warsaw.
Top things to do in Kolo
Warsaw Food Tour by retro minibus
Warsaw Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour
Chopin concert in Warsaw Old Town, in historical site
Warsaw: Off The Beaten Path regular tour
Guided Auschwitz Tour from Warsaw
Helicopter tour with a glass of sparkling wine with pick up and drop off
Top Hotels in Kolo
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