Walking the capitals of Europe: Warsaw
If you enjoyed my previous articles in which we discussed wandering around Copenhagen and Vilnius, you’ll definitely love exploring Warsaw.
Time to put comfy sandals on!
The best time to visit the city is July and August when it’s cool enough not to break a sweat and hot enough to enjoy summer. The city, which has quite a combination of both old and modern textures, is located by the river of Vistula.
The historic Old Town, reconstructed after World War II, with its late 18th-century characteristics, is a must-see. You can start your walk from Nowy Świat Street, which will take you straight to the Old Town.
Then you can go to the Powiśle area and take a walk on the newly renovated promenade on the riverfront. There are also lots of cafes, bars, and restaurants where you can shake off the exhaustion of the day. On Sundays, there are many parks where you can enjoy nature or listen to pianists from around the world playing Chopin.
For museum lovers, you can add these to your list:
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