Places to visit in Warsaw

Places to visit in Warsaw

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When you think about pros of studying in a foreign city, don't forget about all the things that Warsaw has to offer. Here's a list of student-friendly spots worth visiting.

Vistulan boulevards and beaches
First sign of spring in Warsaw? Vistulan boulevards and beaches full of young and old people relaxing, chatting, and soaking up the sun.

Nowy Świat, Krakowskie Przedmieście
Restaurants, cafes, shops - you'll find it all there, but you don't have to spend money to enjoy a walk down those streets. The architecture and climate are more than enough to keep you satisfied.

Old Town
Historic center of Warsaw, a real must-see. In 1944 almost completely destroyed, reconstructed after the WWII, part of the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1980, now is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in Poland.

Palace of Culture and Science (Pałac Kultury i Nauki)
It may not be the prettiest, it may not be loved by everyone, but we have to admit that it's huge. Unfortunately it's also a symbol of the complicated history of Warsaw. On the less serious side, PKiN comes in handy when you get lost and try to find your way in the city :-)
address: plac Defilad 1

Royal Łazienki Park
Place that is indisputably magnificent. If you need to leave the hectic atmosphere of the city behind, visit Royal Łazienki to admire its architecture and gardens. You'll feel refreshed (piano recitals will take your breath away) and maybe even enlighten (education section team will help you with that).
address: Agrykola 1

Hala Mirowska, Hala Gwardii
Shopping at local markets is a great way to get to know: a) Polish food b) Polish people. Buy groceries at Hala Mirowska and plan a weekend visit at Hala Gwardii, where you'll find amazing street food bars, restaurants and more.
address: Plac Mirowski 1, plac Żelaznej Bramy 1

Copernicus Science Centre
Science center named after one of the greatest mathematicians and astronomers had to be visionary, engaging, and simply stunning. This paradise for experiment lovers is full of interactive exhibitions, including planetarium and High Voltage Theatre. Absolutely worth a few hours of your time.
address: Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 20

National Stadium
Refurbished and opened in 2012, the National Stadium is known to be the heart and soul of various Polish sporting events. Over the years, the stadium has developed and became a platform for different occurrences from international LEGO exhibition to fashions shows and even becomes an ice skating rink during the winter period! Bring a friend along and discover the beauty of the National Stadium!
Address: Aleja Poniatowskiego 1

The Neon Museum
Ever been tired of the old school museums and looking for a change? The Neon Museum is a complete mind changer! The iconic neon sign museum is considered to be one of the top choice museums in Warsaw and is certainly worth the time. This cultural institution contains a collection of dazzling neon signs and electro-graphic artefacts that will truly amaze you!
Address: Mińska 25

Warsaw Youth Sports Center ‘’Agricola’’
Is running around the city simply not your cup of tea? Never felt like the treadmill does it for you? Maybe, there is a desire inside you to ‘make it professional’? Why not try the Warsaw Youth Sports Center ‘’Agricola’’ based just a few minutes from the heart of Warsaw! Widely known for a football ground and a professional running track that has been gathering people in love with sports for decades. Amateur or professional? Doesn’t matter! Try it for yourself! You won’t regret the decision.
Address: Myśliwiecka 9

Museum of modern art in Warsaw
A place such as the museum of modern art in Warsaw is a serious must go for anyone! Whether you are an enthusiast of art or just a person that loves to try new things, the place will keep you astonished and wanting more. A new exhibition space called “the Museum on the Vistula” has been opened in the spring of 2017 where you will find everything an art soul desires! The museum is located near the Vistula river and the entrance ticket costs only 1PLN, which makes it a perfect occasion to become inspired.
Address: Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 22