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15 Apr 2018
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9 Jan 2016
“A very interesting area”
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Reviewed 16 April 2018 via mobile

At a nice day it is lovely to walk in that area between a park, palace, historical buildings and modern areas. However, the remains of the ghetto are there and the beauty of the historical buildings cannot erase the evil that was there and there...More

Thank sw0000
Reviewed 9 January 2016

Grzybowski Square and its surroundings not only are of a historical value but now they offer multiple dining and drinking options on the renovated Prozna street. The business district of Warsaw is also nearby (Warsaw Financial Center, Rondo 1).

1  Thank Tomasz L
Reviewed 5 June 2015

I love that area. Amazing history of that area. They brought it back to life with such a nice fountain, new square, great theatre (Jewish Theatre) on a square, where you can see great plays or musicals. Nice cafes around and very close to the...More

Thank Martin F
Reviewed 16 September 2014

Sadly I was there just a little too late, the frontage is now all screened over, however i found my way round the back and although there are high barriers was still able to take some photos. This is an amazing block that survived in...More

2  Thank hrpex
Reviewed 1 September 2014

Love it because of history aspect love it because of two huge buildings that survived WW II enjoy in one of couple restaurants there especially sitting outside and exhaling Jewish history

Thank Gabrysia A
Reviewed 19 May 2014

Grzybowski square belonged to the jewish part of Warsaw, and was part of the jewish ghetto during the war. It has now becoming a banking district with modern expensive flats. Every year a jewish festival is held here. Most of the houses on both sides...More

Thank niiiise
Reviewed 26 July 2013

The square is beautiful and loved it. The cafes on square are god for an authentic meal. Love the fish dishes and Mandarin tea. The landmark structures are beautiful and is the must see if visiting warsaw.

1  Thank Sudhir C
Reviewed 4 July 2013

You walk around in the center of Warsaw and suddenly you walk into this beautiful square. I love this place, there are not a better place to site down and rest for a while:)

1  Thank rafaelaanna
Reviewed 1 March 2013

nice modern square in the heart of the city. you can rest here after shopping or visiting walk. some green, some water, some original area.

1  Thank Agata S
Reviewed 16 June 2012

I think this place is more dedicated to people of Warsaw - until the renovation of Próżna street will not take place. Almoust the entire Jewish life of Poland's capitol is located next to Grzybowski Square.

2  Thank Dominik C
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