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One Week in Warsaw

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Understand[edit]

This itinerary is written for travelers spending at least a week in Warsaw, however, you can easily pick and choose and customize the itinerary to your own needs and schedule. The itinerary is written to include all the must-see, must-do, must-eat, and must-drink locales, so even if you're time in Warsaw is drastically cut short, you can generally assume no matter which day you come on or follow, you'll at least see some part of Warsaw that's important for any traveler to experience.


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On Sundays, most stores will close between 6PM and 8PM, though, some brands are brave enough to stay open as late as 9PM. So, if you get back early enough, you can do some shopping. But, if you're in the mood to mingle, especially, if it's during late Spring or Summer, you can grab a seat outside at one of the restaurants at Zlote Tarasy in the center and relax over a meal. Party-wise, things will be much tamer than Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Sunday, but you should be able to find some party at most clubs.

Monday[edit]

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Tuesday[edit]

Morning[edit]

Later in the morning, head over to the Warsaw Uprising Museum in the Wola district. You'll probably want to pencil in at least two hours at the museum, although, it's incredibly easily to spend more time at the museum, especially if you're interested in the Warsaw Uprising. The museum is very well designed and is unlikely to bore anyone. On Sunday, the museum is free, but it's better to go during the week because the lines will be far less insane.

Afternoon[edit]

After the Uprising Museum, you may want to stop by Kultura for a cup of coffee.

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Thursday[edit]

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Next, head over to the Wilanów Palace, which is now an art museum. On Sunday, entrance is free and the museum is open from 10:30AM until 6PM with last admission at 5PM. The palace gardens would be a great way to kill time with a significant other too. After visiting the palace, you can head over to the Poster Museum, if you're interested in seeing cool posters by the likes of Rafał Oblinski, a Polish artisan who made a big splash across the world, making posters for the New York Opera, Cincinnati Opera, and numerous American magazines.

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Saturday[edit]

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Saturday, like most everywhere else on Earth, is a great night to party in Warsaw. There are several impressive clubs that exceed expectations for most Saturday nights. Kulturalna, though, not a club, will be a lively place most Saturdays and a good place to kick back and listen to a wide variety of possible beats.

Don't worry too much about how late you stay out if you're partying somewhere along the metro line, because, like Friday, the metro runs until 3AM and opens back up two hours later.




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