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Warsaw in a Nutshell Walking Tour
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This 2.5 mile "Road of Kings" leads from The Royal Castle (Old Town) to Wilanow Palace.
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  • Average4%
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Krakowskie Przedmiescie, Warsaw, Poland
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Reviewed yesterday

This place is so special, you combine the old world of buildings/ townhouses, a lot of stores with antiques and big variety of restaurants and cafes, leading to Plac Zamkowy this street is decorated with beautiful flowers at summer time and a lot of lights...More

Thank A_Skowera
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is one of the main streets in Warsaw and is lined with restaurants, cafes, ice cream shops and tourist sites. The Presidential Palace, numerous monuments, palaces and churches line this thoroughfare along with several 5 star hotels. It leads into Nowy Swiat, the Royal...More

Thank jaybeeFL
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Stylish street leading away from Royal Castle Square, home to some luxury shops and restaurants, with Presidential building in it, is a great setup for a walk. One of the must things to do when in Warsaw.

Thank Filotije
Reviewed 15 August 2017

It is one of the main streets in Warsaw. We were there with our kids and we loved our walk. Maybe there is a lot of tourist shops and restaurants there, but you do not need to buy or eat something.

1  Thank farmakeros f
Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

From the old town to street musicians to monuments and more this is a nice street to walk on. However the restaurants are a bit expensive and not as good or flavorful in general.

Thank Richard10024
Reviewed 28 July 2017

This is the central street in Warsaw- there are lots of things to do here. The old town is an one end but there are several churches and palace along the street.

Thank B T
Reviewed 26 July 2017

We walked from Nowy Świat to the Old Town by way of Krakowskie Przedmiescie . If you take the same route, and stop to eat and visit places on the way, you need the best part of a full day. I was glad that I...More

2  Thank Jan J
Reviewed 23 July 2017

The Krakowskie Przedmiescie leads to the Palace Square and is lined with beautifully reconstructed buildings on both sides. The street is highly commercialized with restaurants and bars on both sides. You could find the cuisine of choice here. Quite touristy.

Thank Nimish G
Reviewed 22 July 2017

Now owned by Caffe Nero, a magnificent European coffee brand that I have been enjoying for over a decade now, the "Telimena" Cafe at no. 27 on this wonderful street for strolling, eating, shopping and people-watching happens to be Warsaw's oldest. It is just a...More

1  Thank Maria A
Reviewed 19 July 2017

Walking the full length of the street takes you from the Palace Square to access to the metro at the other [just round the corner]. Bars a become slightly more expemsive the closer to the Palace Square oone gets. There are a lot of 'Canaltto'...More

Thank Chris B
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john f
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I am a single woman and had no problems. I even went to a few bars alone, had friendly chats with bar staff and I felt there was a larger police presence. I have to say I felt safer in Warsaw because the taxi drivers were... More
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