At the InterContinental Warszawa, we believe that every journey enriches you with new experiences and teaches a new perspective. Warsaw holds a unique wealth of culture, architecture and art at the highest level. Among the places that are definitely worth visiting you can find: beautiful gardens of the Royal Park Łazienki, the Royal Castle, Warsaw Old Town, Warsaw Uprising Museum and the Copernicus Science Centre. Our Concierge will help you discover all those places and get the most out of your stay in Warsaw.

Phone: + 48 22 328 88 70
warsawconcierge@ihg.com

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Traditional Sweet Treat

Polish cuisine will offer you the best tastes in the nearest season: from the warming up soups (including the mushroom one, pumpkin cream or Żurek) to the superb Christmas specialties full of spices and Polish ingredients. Also when it comes to the desserts don’t forget about the gingerbreads and the special croissants filled with white poppy seed and dried fruit filling. They come from Poznan (west of Poland) and are served all year long, but the peak is on St. Marcin’s day (11th November) – this is already a Polish custom to taste at least one each year.

Wilanów Palace and park

When planning the visit to Wilanów Palace (free of charge in November) why not stopping by at the gardens just next to in order to explore the Royal Garden Lights? They return to Wilanów after the summer break and will brighten again the autumn and winter evenings! Visiting the Wilanów palace and park after dark is always a great option! Additionally the mapping shows are coming back – every Saturday and every Sunday at 5:30 pm, 6:30 pm and 7:30 pm.

Polish golden autumn

The famous golden Polish autumn has finally come to Warsaw – it is an amazing time when magic colours motivate us to go out and spend more time walking in the parks. Especially the Royal Park Łazienki because of its location, space and the variety of trees that you can find them will be the most beautiful one to visit. From yellow, gold, orange, red up till brownish colours – don’t forget to take pictures, as an autumn like this you can meet just in Poland. Make sure it is spotted on the autumn map of Warsaw for your walks. Please note that in November there is no entrance fee to the Royal Castle, Wilanow Palace, as well as the Palace on Water, so you can enjoy them free of charge whole month long. Apart from those parks, why not contemplating and feeling the nostalgy at one of the cemeteries, including the oldest Powazki one?

Warsaw by Bike

As in a capital city, there are days that Warsaw might be crowded with cars. The alternative option to reach the destination on time will be getting there by bike. The cycle lanes system is growing every year (currently more than 600 km!) and the bike stations Veturilo all spread all over the city too. The Concierge team will be happy to share their favorite paths and destinations.

Warsaw for runners

As being one of the greenest cities in Europe, Warsaw is a very friendly place for runners. Many routes are led by parks, gardens or the boulevards along the Vistula River. Ask our Concierge for recommendations based on the length of the targeted route and we will be more than happy give you the best cross country trails.

Warsaw for the active

Copernicus Science Center

Address: Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 20 Str.
Tel: 22 596 4 100

Website: www.kopernik.org.pl

  3,5 km; 40 min.
3,9 km; 7 min.

National Museum

Address: Al. Jerozolimskie 3
Tel:  22 621 10 31

Website: www.mnw.art.pl

1,9 km; 23 min.
1,9 km; 4 min.

 

Warsaw Old Town

2,2 km; 26 min.
2,2 km; 5 min.

Royal Łazienki

Address: Agrykoli 1 Str.
Tel: 504 243 783

Opening hours: The Royal Łazienki Gardens are open daily, from dawn untill dusk
Website: www.lazienki-krolewskie.pl

3,1 km; 38 min.
3,4 km; 6 min.