Old Town Market Square

The historic market square in Warsaw's Old Town, surrounded by colorful buildings, cafes, and historic landmarks.

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Old Town Market Square

The heart of Warsaw's historic Old Town, this picturesque square is a must-see destination for any traveler. Surrounded by beautiful architecture, lively cafes, and bustling street performers, there's always something to captivate your attention.


St. John's Cathedral

A stunning example of Gothic architecture, this 14th-century cathedral is one of the oldest and most beautiful buildings in Warsaw's Old Town. Take a moment to admire its intricate stone carvings, colorful stained glass windows, and impressive organ.


Warsaw Uprising Museum

Located just steps from the Old Town Market Square, this moving museum honors the heroes of the Warsaw Uprising. Learn about the bravery and sacrifice of the Polish people through interactive exhibits, films, and personal accounts.


Kaszubski's House

Step inside this charming 17th-century townhouse to discover a unique collection of folk art and artifacts showcasing the traditions of Poland's Kashubia region. Don't miss the intricate woodcarvings, colorful textiles, and traditional music performances.


Sigismund's Column

This iconic column commemorates the founder of Warsaw, Sigismund I the Old. Admire its intricate carvings, take in the stunning views from the top, and learn about the history of the city at the nearby plaque.


Grzybowska Street

This quaint street is lined with picturesque townhouses, artisan shops, and cozy cafes. Take a stroll to discover hidden gems like the charming Grzybowska Square, the beautiful Church of St. Joseph, and the iconic tenement houses.


The Royal Route

Follow this historic route through Warsaw's Old Town to experience some of its most famous landmarks. Highlights include the elegant Castle Square, the majestic Lazienki Park, and the magnificent Royal Palace.


Zelazna Street

This vibrant street is a hub of activity, lined with trendy bars, cozy restaurants, and eclectic shops. Don't miss the stunning neon signs, street art, and live music performances that make it one of Warsaw's most popular destinations.