The Old Town was definitely the prettiest part of Warsaw. I loved all of the colourful buildings and beautiful archways. The Old Town Marketplace and the Castle Square were definitely the most spectacular places to visit; they’re a photographer’s heaven!
|Old Town Marketplace|
The Royal Castle is on the edge of the Old Town and with tickets costing about £3, it’s a very affordable tourist attraction. It’s absolutely beautiful inside and well worth a visit; there’s so much gold and it’s full of ornate furnishings.
The Presidential Palace is definitely something you should drop by and see. It’s a magnificent building set back from the street, about 10 minutes walk from the Old Town. You can’t really tell from this photo, but there’s lots of red and white flowers outside, which is a perfectly patriotic touch!
The Saxon Garden is the best place to sit and relax in the city! It’s right in the centre, yet still remains so peaceful and quiet. It’s full of gorgeous flowers, a pond and an impressive water fountain. We couldn’t believe how tranquil it was!