Welcome to Warsaw, Poland! If you’re looking for a panoramic view of this beautiful city, make sure to visit the Dzwonnica Taras Widokowy, also known as the Bell Tower Viewing Terrace. This iconic landmark offers a breathtaking perspective of Warsaw’s stunning skyline and is a must-visit destination for tourists. Located in the heart of the city, near the historic Old Town. Dzwonnica Taras Widokowy stands tall as a symbol of resilience and restoration. The tower is a part of St. Anne’s Church, a historic gem that survived the ravages of war and has been meticulously reconstructed to its former glory.

Dzwonnica. Taras Widokowy
A view of Old Town Square from the lookout

360 View From The Lookout

To reach the top of Dzwonnica Taras Widokowy, you’ll need to climb a series of steps. As you ascend, you’ll be rewarded with magnificent views of Warsaw’s landmarks, such as the Royal Castle, the Warsaw Barbican, and the Vistula River. The 360-degree panorama from the top is truly awe-inspiring, offering a unique perspective on the city’s history and modern development.

Old Town Warsaw
Old Town Warsaw from the top

Get ready to be amazed as you climb the 150 stairs to reach the top of the tower, where you’ll encounter an unforgettable sight—the most awe-inspiring view of Warsaw. I must admit that the climb made me break a sweat initially. But as soon as I glimpsed the panoramic vista, I swiftly forgot about the exertion. This elevated vantage point offers a rewarding and stunning perspective of the Old Town, where you can admire its intricate architecture and enjoy a clear view of the distant stadium and the captivating Warsaw skyline. Whether you choose to visit during the radiant daylight or when the city is ablaze with illuminations at night, the vistas from Dzwonnica Taras Widokowy will leave you utterly spellbound.

A view of Warsaw from the tower, warsaw
A view of Warsaw stadium

As you explore the tower, take a moment to admire its intricate details and historical significance for the people of Warsaw. St. Anne’s Church, where the tower is located, is an architectural masterpiece featuring a stunning Baroque façade and a rich interior adorned with beautiful artwork.

Bell tower viewing terrace
Dzwonnica. Taras Widokowy

Visiting Dzwonnica Taras Widokowy is a memorable experience that allows you to immerse yourself in Warsaw’s vibrant history. Make sure to include this iconic landmark on your itinerary and capture the city’s beauty from above.

Where to stay in Warsaw, Poland

Mercure Warszawa Grand, Warsaw

Located in the center of Warsaw, within just a 7-minute drive from the beautiful Old Town Square, Mercure Warszawa Grand offers modern, spacious rooms. All rooms in the Mercure Warszawa Grand are air-conditioned. Extra facilities at the hotel include a steam room, fitness center, and dry cleaning. The hotel is conveniently located nearby many embassies, e.g., the Embassy of the United States of America. Mercure Warszawa Grand is located 0.9 mi from the Łazienki Park, the National Museum, and one of Warsaw’s most famous shopping streets, Nowy Świat. Warszawa Centralna Railway Station is just a 10-minute walk away.

Novotel Warszawa Centrum, Warsaw

Offering panoramic views of Warsaw, the modern-looking Novotel Warszawa Centrum is located in central Warsaw, a 5-minute walk from the Central Railway Station. The hotel serves a varied breakfast. WiFi is offered throughout this 4-star hotel. The rooms also have a work area and armchairs or a sofa. The hotel also offers a Wellness Center with a sauna and a wide choice of fitness equipment. It is located on the top floor, where guests can enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of the Polish capital. Novotel Centrum is located opposite the Palace of Culture and Science. Centrum Metro Station and many bus and tram stops are only steps away.

My Opinion and Last Word

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