Lazienki Park is one of Warsaw's most loved parks. It is the largest park in Warsaw occupying 76 hectares of the city centre. Guests can walk to it via the "Royal Route", which links the Royal Castle with Wilanow Palace.
Designed in the 17th century, the park was built in traditional Classicist style and is a former bathing pavilion. In the grounds of the park, visitors can see the famous Chopin monument or admire Stanisław August's "Palace on the Water", which boasts a beautiful mix of architectural styles of both Chinese and Dutch origin.
On a sunny day, guests can enjoy a stroll around this lush green space before settling down to enjoy a picnic lunch on its grounds. It's the perfect place to spend time with children, as there is plenty of space to play catch or hide and seek in this idyllic Warsaw Park.
Admire Old Town Warsaw from a central hotel
Visitors looking to be situated near Lazienki Park should consider staying at the Radisson Blu Centrum Hotel Warsaw. It is just a stone's throw from all of the city centre's attractions and tourist hotspots.