Explore Warsaw on board a double-decker bus and hop-on and off as much as you want for the duration of your pass. Start off at the Central Railway Station and hop-on the Red Line if you wish to see Bank Square, one of Warsaw’s most famous squares and former home of the Ministry of Treasury in the early 19th century. Enjoy the views of the Old Town and its beautifully designed buildings from the open-top bus as you make your way through the streets.
If you wish to take a walk around the Old Town you can head towards Castle Square, where you’ll see the magnificent red Royal Castle, home to the Polish monarchs. You can also visit the Warsaw Uprising Museum in bus stop 2 on the Blue Line if you wish to learn more about the key parts of the Warsaw oppressive period.
Another must-see attraction is the National Museum in bus stop 8 of the Blue Line, where you’ll get to marvel at many ancient art pieces. Nearby you'll find the beautiful Saxon Garden, the perfect place to stop on a sunny day. As the day comes to an end, why not visit the Lazienki Palaces & Gardens? The Palace here is also known as the Palace on the Isle, a beautiful neoclassical style building located right on the waterfront. Look out for the Chopin Monument in the park as well, which was actually blown up by Germans in 1940 but since then it has been restored and is considered a key landmark of the city.