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The Royal Castle

Warsaw, Poland
4.5 / 11
An architectural and cultural monument in the center of Warsaw, erected in the XVI-XVII centuries by the Lithuanian prince Sigismund. During the Northern War, the castle was sacked by the Swedes and gradually dilapidated. It is noteworthy that in 1829 the Russian emperor Nicholas II was married to the Polish kingdom (at that time the Commonwealth was part of the Russian Empire). The modern Royal Castle is a copy of the building blown up by the Nazis in World War II.
The Royal Castle
Address:plac Zamkowy 4, Warszawa
Phone:+48 22 355 51 70
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 10:00–18:00 wednesday: 10:00–18:00 thursday: 10:00–18:00 friday: 10:00–20:00 saturday: 10:00–18:00 sunday: 11:00–18:00

Raghunandan Sk

The scenic beauty around this place itself is great. A good evening walk and weekends make it special with lots of actives happening in the town centr.. Read more »

Ihor Parashchenko

The Royal Castle is a very gorgeous place where people will be able to enjoy to see nice garden, walking in mini labyrinth to spend their free time. T.. Read more »

Ania Myslowska

Presiding Warsaw’s Old Town a place that is a must. Now closed due to COVID but inside has a very nice museum that I recommend visiting. During Christ.. Read more »

Christine Wisniewska

A beautiful building which, like most of the old town of Warszawa has been rebuilt using original plans. It's a shame all the wonderful and beautiful .. Read more »

Vinh Phuc

The Royal Castle in Warsaw (Polish: Zamek Królewski w Warszawie) is a royal residence that formerly served throughout the centuries as the official ho.. Read more »

Verlin Stamper

This place is filled with history, Polish and European, for all ages. Try to visit an exhibition, and remember that school-aged children from 7 to 1.. Read more »

Manon Eggink

Greatly kept palace in good state. The gardens are quite small but look nice. Interior is beautiful and spacious.

Magdalena Ivanova

Wonderful! Definitely a must to see place in Warsaw. It is very beautiful not only from the outside, but from the inside as well. In the winter, there.. Read more »

Invisible Woman

Here every Wednesday in the year 2020, it's free entry. Such a magnificent place. My eyes were blur because of the gold.

Katarzyna Bucur

The staff was rude, especially ladies selling tickets. The arrows on the floors are misleading and very much not clear. Ridiculous rules of carrying b.. Read more »

Bel el Escabel (Belucard)

Nice to visit, and the day I went there the ticket was free. I really liked the sculptures and paintings, and I guess that the gardens are also beauti.. Read more »

Mario de Martino

Awesome palace, with hundreds of rooms/halls to see with original pieces. A must to visit in Warsaw. Some exhibitions were closed due to COVID-19, but.. Read more »

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