Relax and calm atmosphere, those words came to my mind when I was walking around the city. It's a busy city but not hectic, in fact Warsaw is a green city with almost ¼ of its area is comprised of fields, parks, green squares and lush gardens. I spent most of my day walking around to explore some beautiful places like Lanzieki Palace, Chopin Memorial Park and the Old Town. When I got tired, I just sat on one of those park benches or taking pictures of random things that catch my attention.
|Chopin Memorial Park|
|Church of the Holy Cross|
The oldest historic district of the city which is called The Old Town, is bounded by Wybrzeże Gdańskie,
along the bank of the Vistula, and by Grodzka, Mostowa and Podwale Streets. Since I'm not a fan of modern buildings, every time I travel to any cities I've never been before, I tend to search where the old town is. Specially in Europe, I love spending my time wandering around the cobblestone street and admiring the medieval architecture. So when I went to Warsaw, I just had to visit this UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Old Town Market Place. People were enjoying the warm sunshine in one of the cafes and some kids were chasing pigeons while laughing gleefully. Seriously, I just wanted to spend my whole day there.
|Warsaw Old Town|