In Warsaw, take a walk along the Royal Route—a path that takes you through the bustling shops and cafés of City Center’s Nowy Swiat and into the historic strip of Krakowskie Przedmiescie. On the way, be sure to stop by Pawilony—a gated avenue of cozy pubs and gift shops and the center of Poland’s nightlife scene.

    The area also boasts Lazienki Park, teeming with friendly squirrels, strutting peacocks, and old palatial estates like the White House. Many gather around the Chopin Monument, where—each summer Sunday—the composer’s music is performed at the foot of the statue.

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      Warsaw is an intellectual feast that’s rich with history and full of charm. The city invites you to look past its gritty past, which saw much of the place flattened during the Second World War. Instead, you can enjoy a fresh, reformed and reinvented destination in the heart of Poland. As you move through its streets, you’ll be struck by...

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