Warsaw parks and gardens: discover green Warsaw and enjoy the beauty of nature 1. Łazienki (The Royal Łazienki Garden) A must-see on your Warsaw bucket list Amazing during each season – kids can collect chestnuts and colorful leaves during fall, build a snowman and ride a sled during wintertime, feed squirrels in spring, and lie on…

Żelazowa Wola – the Birthplace of Frederic Chopin, and… one of the most beautiful parks in Poland Whether you love classical music and Frederic Chopin compositions or not, the Żelazowa Wola village is the must on your “to visit list” in Poland (especially if you live in Warsaw – it’s just 55 km or Łódź…

University of Warsaw Botanic Garden Ogród Botaniczny Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego Do your children also react nervously (in the best case our six-year reacts with his favorite exclamation: Boredom!), if your idea of weekend fun does not include cinema, playground or swimming pool with a water slide? Finally, I have discovered a fantastic outdoor destination that satisfies…

The Saxon Garden Ogród Saski The Saxon Garden (Ogród Saski) dates back to the early 18th century. It was a baroque garden in the French style, first public park in Warsaw, located next to the royal Saxon Palace (Pałac Saski). The Palace was blown up by the Nazis in 1944. The Garden was renovated, and…

Zoo in Warsaw – information and tips in English   Click here to read free Warsaw Zoo Guidebook by Kids in the City. What will you find there? Where is Warsaw zoo? How to get there by public transport? How to get there by car? Where to look for a parking spot? Tickets. How to…

Discover Warsaw: Vistula River (Wisła) 1 Multimedia Fountain Park Fountain complex operating from May until September. Free entrance. Each Friday and Saturday evening multimedia show (fountains, laser, music, and lights). Click here to read our tips on the Multimedia Fountain Park. 2 Small Playground at Karski Boulevard (Bulwar Karskiego) 3 Free ferry across the river “Wilga”…