Warsaw Barbican

Warsaw, Poland
4.8 / 5
A powerful 16th-century fortification in the fortification system of the Old Town, erected by the project of the Italian master D. Batista. The building did not perform defensive functions. At the base of the barbican tower is a monument to the Siren. According to legend, in ancient times the Siren emerged from the river and informed people that soon a great city would appear on the banks. Today, the fort is an exhibition gallery.
Warsaw Barbican
Warsaw Barbican
Address:Nowomiejska 15/17, Warszawa
Hours:monday: Open 24 hours tuesday: Open 24 hours wednesday: Open 24 hours thursday: Open 24 hours friday: Open 24 hours saturday: Open 24 hours sunday: Open 24 hours


An iconic photo spot of old town Warsaw. This fortified outpost is one of the last remaining pieces of the old city walls. It was erected in the year 1540. Most of it was destroyed, along with most of old town Warsaw, during the Second World War, .. Read more »


Great fortress wall to see in any season. It's in very good shape and has nice light after dark. This is the nicest thing to see in the old city. As a tourist, i really enjoyed walking by the wall


The area is beautiful and gives off a medieval vibe. I enjoyed walking through and seeing the locals selling souvenirs and artists selling their work.


Mighty building in the middle of Warszaw, similar to the one in Krakow but of course, majestic in any way with many nice views. Also, it´s perfect for having a stroll around it.


Cool spot for having a calm sunday afternoon with your family. Cool restaurants, cool views and Full of history and Polish culture.


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