Interesting & a must see in Warsaw! Beautiful rooms & gardens with lots of history to read as you go
About The Royal Castle in Warsaw - Museum
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I was lucky to go on a Sunday and admittance is free. Having said that Iwould have been more than willing to pay for visiting this stunning palace from the inside. I do not think the outside although impressive matches the splendour inside. So many...More
Amazing place to visit on a Sunday morning. The artworks and deco are just WOW. Graciously restored to its former glory after it being destroyed by the Germans in 1944. You can visit this place for free on Sundays in November. You can spend easily...More
It's hard to believe that this palace has been built totally from the ground up after being destroyed in the war. Amazing.
Interesting to learn the Polish history. The castle was completely bombed out in WW II and had to be rebuilt. It is lovely and looks as it did before it was destroyed. We visited the last Sunday of the month and admission was free. Takes...More
Place destroyed in 100% in 1944 by German Nazis. Rose up from ashes after 1945.....It is beautiful place to spend afternoon and get amazed.... So much history, and rare historical landmarks rebuilded, to the smallest details, amazing painting, architecture structure. Must see while in there.
Just a few blocks from the main square, a very interesting visit to this castle, provided that most of it has been reconstructed, it brings you back to Poland's imperial times, look for the couple Rembrandts in the permanent collection!
The center point of any visit to Warsaw. Albeit, it requires some preparation and reading beforehand to have the experience the most enjoyable and informative.
We thought we would spend about an hour walking through the Royal castle- after the 2nd room, we knew this place is fantastic! Our first introduction is a photo of the devastation following WW2- the castle was a ruin. the people pulled together and rebuilt...More