Things to do in Warsaw Old Town
Listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, Warsaw Old Town is the oldest part of the city located on the Vistula river. Visit the heart of the city to walk it’s cobblestoned roads and see the medieval buildings that were reconstructed after WWII.
At its center is Rynek Starego Miasta, a bustling square lined with colorful houses and Polish restaurants. Constructed in the 13th and 14th centuries this Old Town Square originally hosted festivals, markets and even executions. In the middle you will find the Warsaw Mermaid, the symbol of the city.
This area is also home to the Royal Castle and the beginning of the Royal route that today tourists walk to reach Łazienki park.
During the summer in Warsaw Old Town you can enjoy café gardens and cultural activities. While in the winter admire the Old Town and Royal route twinkle with illuminated lights
Our recommendations in Warsaw Old Town
Polish gingerbread cookies baking and decorating class
Book this culinary class to learn how to bake, decorate and store 'pierniczki'. Discover the secrets to baking famous Polish cookies!
Chopin Piano Concert in the Old Town of Warsaw
Experience a one hour concert of Chopin interpretations in the venue he used to perform at. Enjoy your evening with a typical Polish drink in hand.
Warsaw World of Illusion entrance ticket
Visit the World of Illusion Museum in Warsaw and find out how easily your mind can be tricked! Book the entrance ticket now!
Chopin Concert in Warsaw Old Town with complimentary drink
Enjoy a concert organized at a unique location in the heart of the Old Town of Warsaw and listen to the excellent pianists playing Chopin's music.
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Reviews Warsaw Old Town
“The pianist was amazing. His skills are extraordinary.”
“Super pianist with deep insights in Chopin's music and how to interpret it. Perfect setting. And impressive program.”