Lazienki Park also known as Royal Baths Park is the largest park in Warsaw, Poland, area about 76 hectares in the middle of the city.

I took a public bus from Old Town Castle Square to Lazienki Park (so far I remember it was bus # 116). Entered the park from Chopin Monument adjacent to Aleje Ujazdowskie (Avenue) side. Spend some time sitting, watching and taking some pictures of Chopin Statue which was the first monument that was destroyed during World War II.

Lazienki Palace in Park

The Lazienki Palace is a beautiful palace in Warsaw’s Royal Baths Park built on a man-made island standing between two lakes. It was a preferred residence of the Polish royal family that was built between 1774 – 1778 by the order of king Stanislaw August Poniatowski.

Beautiful Royal Bath Park
The beautiful Lazienki Palace in Warsaw’s Royal Baths Park

Theater on the Water

The Roman style amphitheater is right by the water; in fact, the stage is separated from the audience by water.

Royal Baths Park, Warsaw
Royal Baths Park or Lazienki Park, Warsaw

It’s a huge park, so I was well prepared to walk a couple of miles. Visited a different part of the park like the beautiful Lazienki Palace on the water which stands on an artificial island and connected to the park by bridges on both sides. Also passed by the Roman Theater area where the stage is on the island. Visited the White Pavilion, Water Tower, Chinese Garden, etc.

The Chinese Garden

Chinese Garden inside Park, Warsaw
Chinese Garden inside Lazienki Park, Warsaw
Royal Baths Park
Lazienki Park also known as Royal Baths Park is the largest park in Warsaw

Wild Animals in the Park

I have seen many Peacock in the park but too bad even waiting and waiting could not get a shot where peacock spreading their feathers. There are also many ducks in the lake and spotted a few squirrels.

Royal Bath Park
A Peacock inside the Lazienki Park

The White Pavilion

The White Pavilion is the first garden pavilion built for King Stanislaw August between 1774 – 1777

Royal Baths Park, Warsaw
Royal Baths Park, Warsaw

Royal Sculpture Gallery

The place houses the 18th-century Royal Sculpture Gallery and the unique selection of statues created by famous Polish sculptors, holding exhibits from between the 16th and 20th century.

Royal Baths Park, Warsaw
Royal Baths Park, Warsaw

Chopin Monument

The Chopin Monument is one of the most important structures in Royal Lazienki Park, Warsaw. Once in a while, you will be able to enjoy live music in this area. It was a couple of hours before I could come back the same place I entered the park, get on a bus and headed towards Rondo de Gaulle’s to grab a tram going towards the National Stadium. In my opinion, it’s a must see place if you are in Warsaw based on your priorities. I really enjoyed the trip.

Chopin Monument
Chopin Monument in the park

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

Have you been to Warsaw, Poland? Any cool tips to share?

I loved being in Warsaw, Poland, and want to go back again. I hope my story has motivated you to visit Poland.

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