Old Town Warzaw
Established in the 13th century the Historic Centre of Warsaw is a UNESCO National Heritage site. Every year, many thousands of visitors flock to the region to soak up its gothic architecture, stunning religious art and ancient city walls.
Warsaw Old Town was reconstructed after 85 per cent of was destroyed by Nazi occupation troops during WWII. Today, the heart of Old Town Warsaw is its magnificent Baroque-Classicist style Royal Castle, where guests can explore Warsaw's unique history redesigned by order of King Augustus by Italian Architects in the 18th century.
Explore Warsaw's Old Town
Wandering around Warsaw Old City is the perfect way to spend an afternoon when visiting Poland's capital city. A wealth of shops and restaurants can be found in the city centre and around the market square, where historically public festivals and events took place.
Visitors to Old Town Warsaw can take a short trip to the New Town district and visit the 18th century apartment building where Marie Curie was born and the neighbouring Marie Curie Museum.
Guests can see personal letters written by Madame Curie herself, alongside a small collection of her scientific instruments, one of her black dresses, and even her nail file. Exhibitions are in English, Polish and French and the museum is open to the public Tuesday to Sunday.
Admire Old Town Warsaw from a central hotel
Visitors to Old Town Warsaw can easily head back to their accommodation after a day of sightseeing by staying at the Radisson Blu Centrum Hotel Warsaw. This hotel is but a few steps from Warsaw's Old Town, giving guests easy access to a range of eccentric cafes and chic bars, where they can try some of the local beers whilst looking out over Warsaw's Old City.