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Warsaw - Official Tourist Website

Warszawa - oficjalny portal turystyczny

Varsovia - portal turístico oficial

Warschau - Offizielle Tourismus-Webseite

Warsaw is waiting for you

Day by day more and more tourist attractions in Warsaw are reopening to visitors. You will find information what you can already do in Warsaw below.

Stadion Narodowy i Veturillo,fot. m.st. Warszawa

Veturilo

You can use the public bike system. In Warsaw, there are over 500 km of bicycle lanes and 6,000 Veturilo bikes for you to use at 400 bike stations. A detailed map can be found here. You can use rental bikes 24 hours a day. More information

Łazienki Królewskie, Pałac na Wyspie, fot. m.st. Warszawa

Museums

Royal Łazienki Museum:
– Garden: Monday-Sunday 6-21.30 (free admission) More information
– Palace on the Isle, White Pavilion, Museum of Hunting and Horsemanship, Old Orangery: Tuesday-Sunday 10-16 More information

Wilanów:
– Park: Monday-Friday 9.30-18, Saturday-Sunday 9.30-21.00 More information
– Palace: Thursday 10-14, Saturday-Sunday 10-16 More information

Royal Castle: Tuesday-Friday 12-17, Saturday-Sunday 10-17 More information
– Gardens: Monday-Sunday 10-20 (free admission)

National Museum in Warsaw: Tuesday-Sunday 10-16

MT 5,14 Museum of John Paul II and Primate Wyszyński: Wednesday-Monday 12-19

Museum of life under communism: Monday-Sunday 12-17.30

Polish Vodka Museum: Tuesday-Sunday 12-20 More information

Station Museum: Monday-Sunday 10-18 More information

Neon Muzeum: Friday-Sunday 12-17

Museum of Dollhouses: Monday-Sunday 13-19 More information

Zachęta National Gallery of Art: Tuesday-Sunday 12-20 More information

World of Illusion: Tuesday-Sunday 11-19

Polish Army Museum: Wednesday-Sunday 10-16
– park around the Museum is open Monday-Sunday 9-18 (free admission to the park)

• Museum of the Archdiocese of Warsaw: Tuesday-Friday 13-17, Saturday-Sunday 12-16 More information

Museum of Sport and Tourism: Tuesday-Friday 9-17, Saturday-Sunday 10-17 More information

• „Pinball Station” Interactive Pinball Museum  Monday-Thursday; Sunday 13-22, Friday-Saturday 13-24 More information

Katyn Museum: Wednesday-Sunday 10-16

Museum of Caricature: Tuesday-Sunday 10.30-13, 14-17.30 More information

Museum of the Earth: Monday-Friday 9-15, Sunday 10-16

NBP Money Centre (from 2nd June): Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10-13.30, 14.30-18, Thursday 10-14, 15-20

Jewish Historical Institute: Monday-Friday 10-17 More information

Warsaw Rising Museum (from 3rd June): Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10-18

Biblioteka Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, fot. W.Z. Panów pzstudio.pl

Other attractions

Garden on the rooftop of the University of Warsaw Library: Monday-Sunday 8-20 (free admission) More information

Garden on the rooftop of the Copernicus Science Centre: Tuesday-Sunday 10-20 (free admission) More information

PGE Narodowy Stadium: only the area around the stadium is open Monday-Sunday 5-23

University of Warsaw Botanical Garden: Monday-Sunday 10-20 More information

Wilanów Park: Monday-Sunday 9.30-18 More information

Miniature Park: Saturday-Sunday 11-18

Viewing terrace on the XXXth floor of Palace of Culture and Science: Monday-Sunday 12-20 More information

Warsaw Zoological Garden: Monday-Friday 9-18, Saturday-Sunday 9-19

Everyday live concerts Chopin Salon: Monday-Sunday 19.30 More information

Breakfast Market at Żoliborz (al. Wojska Polskiego/Śmiała; from 6th June): Saturday 9-16

Po Wiśle river cruisesMore information

Zodiak Warsaw Pavilion of Architekture: Monday-Friday 14-18, Saturday-Sunday 12-20

• Free Walkative Tours Warsaw More information

You can also stay home and discover Warsaw online

From June 6 cinemas, theaters, concert halls, operas, as well as play rooms, amusement parks, swimming pools, massage salons, solariums, gyms and fitness clubs may also be open. For safety reasons people in these places as well as in the means of public transport, shops, shopping malls and restaurants (unless they are seated by the table) are required to cover their mouth and nose. People going outside are obliged to keep a 2-meter distance to each other.
The restrictions in force are the result of a government decision and are aimed at preventing the spread of the SARS-COV-2 coronavirus. Check the recommended safety measures here.

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Plac Zamkowy, fot. Filip Kwiatkowski

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