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Royal Route Residence
ul. Nowy Swiat 29/3,
00-029 Warsaw,
Poland
Tel. +48 22 351 22 60
Fax:+48 22 826 52 09
( Mon-Fr 9:00-22:00, Sa-Su-9:00-17:00 )

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Warsaw has lots of beautiful sights and places of interest. Although almost completely destroyed during World War II, it has now regained its beauty and attracts many tourists from around the world.

  • The Palace of Culture and Science

    The Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw is one of the major points of interest worth visiting. It was built in 1955 as a gift from the Soviet Union to Poland. It took more than 3,500 people three years to complete. Over the course of time this colossal building has generated mixed feelings among the Polish people, with it's huge proportions and relation to the Soviet Union. However more recently the building has lost its negative image and is increasingly considered one of the main symbols of Warsaw.

    distance from Royal Route Residence: 700m
  • Łazienki Park

    Łazienki Park (the Royal Baths Park) was erected in the 17th century for Stanisław Herakliusz Lubomirski by the architect Tylman van Gameren. The park's classical gardens were further developed by the Polish king Stanisław August. Unlike most of the old town in Warsaw, the palace buildings were relatively unscathed during World War II. This beautiful structure is separated from the park by an artificial lake and is connected to the land by two arcaded bridges. Other buildings within the complex that are worth seeing include the White House (where Louis XVII lived for some time during his exile), the Myślewicki Palace (which was built in 1779) and the Old Orangery.

    distance from Royal Route Residence: 1km
  • The Wilanów Palace

    The Wilanów Palace was built for the Polish king John III Sobieski in the late 17th century. Over the years it served as a hotel, was owned by a number of Polish nobles and powerful merchants, each adding their own distinctive legacy. The palace was turned into a museum in 1805, making it one of Poland's oldest museums with hotels around it.

    distance from Royal Route Residence: 10km
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