Warsaw Old TownFree: All time

Warsaw’s Old Town is the oldest historic district of the city. This medieval old town, along with 85% of the entire city, was obliterated during the World War II. After the war, it was meticulously rebuilt to its original glory. The colourful Baroque and Gothic buildings were recreated using old blueprints and photographs for accuracy. Today, Warsaw’s Old Town stands in contrast to the more modern Warsaw that surrounds it. The heart of the area is the Old Town Market Place with its restaurants, cafes and shops. In Saturday evenings during summer (July & August), the city hosts free jazz concerts starting at 7pm at the Old Town Square.

Address: Rynek Starego Miasta 32, Varsovia, Polonia
Opening hours: Daily 24h
Direction: Tram 4/13/18/20/23/25/26/27/28 to Metro Ratusz Arsenal Stop; Bus 160/189/527 to Ratusz Arsenal Stop; Metro M1 to Ratusz Arsenal Station
Website: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warsaw_Old_Town

Photo credit: Robert S. Donovan (Flickr CC), Shubert Ciencia (Flickr CC), Adrian Grycuk