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AdvantagesInteresting reconstruction and some great pieces of art on show

DisadvantagesStaff not over helpful and a bit like visiting a mausoleum

...On the south side of the Old Town in Warsaw lies the monumental red brick building known as the Royal Castle. The building which has been reconstructed in minute detail and has been enrolled on the UNESCO World Heritage List along with the Old Town totally dominates this part of the Old Town. Having waked past the castle on numerous occasions and visited the magnificent interiors at least three...

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“Warsaw's oldest park”

published 15/12/2011

AdvantagesCentral location, ducks, lake and willow trees

DisadvantagesGets really busy in summer, too middle class

...Ogrod Saski, Saski Gardens or Saski Park as we call it is a funny old place. When I first moved to Warsaw it was probably the second park I visited and I remember seeing lots of Mallard ducks sat in a row at the entrance. Snow was on the ground and they did look a sorry sight, like little old ladies cuddled up to each other to keep warm. I have visited the park several times since...

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AdvantagesA different castle experience. Interior. Café restaurant.

DisadvantagesRaw, red exterior. Complex admission charges. Disinterested staff.

...the castle, this completing the restoration of the historic heart of Warsaw in 1980, four years later the interiors were complete and it opened to the public as a museum. In the twenty-first century, it is now almost inconceivable that the Old Town could ever have been without the Royal Castle as the anchor attraction. Few people in any country were designing and building castles in the 1970?s, which...

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