Lazienki - Royal Residence Park, Warsaw
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Spend some time strolling in the sun at Lazienki - Royal Residence Park. Once the hunting ground for Poland's kings, this park is the largest in the city, occupying 76 hectares (189 acres) in the central district. Start your walk at the opulent palace built for King Stanislaw August Poniatowski, who acquired the property in 1764. Next, head to the park's star attraction, an amphitheater inspired by ancient Greek and Roman architecture. The theater's stage, situated on a small island in the park's lake, provides an idyllic setting for live concerts and plays. Check the website for upcoming special events. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Warsaw holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Lazienki - Royal Residence Park and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Nice place to visit with family. Its so well looked after and has plenty of attractions. Also has little red squirrals everywhere. 
  • Warsaw, Poland, late afternoon, glued to the walls of this beautiful city. And then end the day eating a delicious duck? And see the city spend? And with a first service, outdoor. Oh how I miss. ...
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  • Plenty of photo opportunities. It was snowing the day we went. Plenty of autumn leaves. A wonderful relaxing place. 
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  • Extremely nice park, includes a restaurant, a cafe a small amphitheater, a small lake where you can have a short gondola tour. It also excellent for jogging, biking or simply strolling as it has long flat routes, but also has some steeper parts. For anyone coming to Warsaw this is a must see. Kids also love feeding the squirrels or the fishes in the ponds. I also saw a peacock once wandering around.
  • One of the most beautiful parks in Warsaw at any part of the year. Known for its peacocks and squirrels, it offers also other attractions, including some special late evening light shows on certain occasions. Definitely a must go if you visit Warsaw. In the heart of the park you will find a small palace that serves as a museum. It was robbed and almost destroyed by Germans during the Word War 2, sharing the fate with most of the city, but it was rebuilt to give the sense of how it looked like before and present some furniture from its best times.
  • Fantastic park with extended paths to walk. There is king palace and lake. It's perfect for walking with friends and family. A lot of trees and variety of nature life such small animals and birds. I recommend to visit this beautiful park :)
  • Come in Fall or Spring. Just wonderful, colorful. Take your time - best if only possible - during week - its going to be a nice walk. Be aware that there is one or two rather upscale restaurants a better plan for a proper meal after the walk.
  • Fabulous place. Beautiful garden and one of the most spectacular buildings (Palac na wodzie) I have ever seen (interiors). Cosy and well refubrished- looks very original.