Warsaw being the capital city of Poland is served by mainly two airports, the Chopin Airport and Modlin Airport. Apart from these two airports, there is one more airport Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport that is located at some distance from the city but offers easy access to this place. The backpackers can make bookings in any of the flights that land on these airports and easily reach their holiday destination.
1. Copernicus Science Centre
|Copernicus Science Centre|
This is one of the largest museums in Poland and is situated on the banks of river Vistula. The museum comprises of a good number of equipments which can be used by the visitors to discover their own laws. It also comprises of a robot workshop, biology laboratory and physics laboratory which can be explored by you during your trip.
2. Royal baths park
It is ranked as the largest park in Warsaw. It is one of the best places to have fun and enjoy an evening with your family or friends. The park dates back to 17th century and is designed in a conical shape. Most of the tourists visit this place to enjoy a lunch with their family and friends. The park is covered with green grass and serves as the best place to relax in the afternoon.
3. Tomb of the unknown soldier
|Tomb of the unknown soldier|
This tomb was created in the memory of the soldiers who died for their country in the World War I. It was created after the First World War and is one of the most visited spots in Poland.
4. Warsaw Zoo
If you have visited this place with your family, you should surely not miss to visit this zoo. The zoo is spread in around 40 hectares of land and is the home to 4000 animals with around 500 species. Apart from the animals like elephant, apes and hippopotamus, there is also a shark aquarium that can be visited by you.
Warsaw is an exciting place and offers lots of fun and excitement to the guests.