Lazienki Park

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Warsaw, Poland
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Lazienki Park Warsaw Reviews

Bojasem Bojasem
216 reviews
amazing Jun 14, 2016
Lazienki Park also known as Royal Baths Park is the largest park in Warsaw( Poland )The area around76 hectares in the middle of the city.

The park & palace complex lies in Warsaw s central district & it built in 1918.

Łazienki Park was designed in the baroque style .Moreove,it is wonderful place for walk & relax after work or enjoy for tourist.

also I visited different places in the park like japan garden

Roman area .Furthermore, it contain (White House,Myślewicki Palac,Guardhouse & Belveder)

When i was there i enjoyed see squirrel eat & collect nuts in addition I saw many ducks & piegons in the park

It is open from to 6,0 pm

This place you can reach it by public transport bus or Tram.
Bridge in the park
nice view
green tree
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haidgirl haidgirl
67 reviews
Free Chopin concert in Lazienki Park May 26, 2013
Yes, it's true! You can go to a Chopin concert for free!

If you are in Warsaw between mid-May and the end of September, visit Lazienki Park on a Sunday and you will be entertained by a pianist trilling out Chopin's masterpieces. The first recital starts at noon, the next one is at 4pm.

I showed up about ten minutes before noon and the pianist was warming up. I sat near the stage, which is set up directly underneath a massive bronze statue of Chopin. There were only a few people laying around on the grass, basking in the sun, but it didn't take too long for the park to fill up. People brought their children, bikes, cameras on tripods, pets and even picnic baskets. So if you want a spot near the stage, around the small lake, or on one of the benches, show up a bit early.

The host who introduces the pianists does so in both Polish and English.

I would suggest bringing a blanket, some drinks and food; of course, you should plan to the weather, too.

Enjoy! :D
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Chokk Chokk
1733 reviews
Lazinki Park a place in peace and harmony Jul 04, 2010
Lazinki Park is the largest of the former palace gardens of Warsaw and one of the most popular ones in the city. The park is quite large and hosts many interesting sites. There are two palaces; the Belweder Palace and the Palace on the Water, which both are worth a visual visit.

One thing that I really have enjoyed are the Chopin concerts which are performed by different artists every Sunday from April/May to September at noon and 4pm. Especially in the sun it is nice to sit on the grass and listening to a Chopin interpretation; the artist are usually world class pianists who gives concerts all over the world. I have been lucky enough to have been there twice.

Near the Palace on the water there are also often performances on Sundays like opera. Down there the artists are in a fairly large completion with the magnificent peacock which are boosting off everywhere close to the lake.
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Sculpture of Chopin
A peacock close to the lake
Red roses of the park
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Chokk says:
Kamila; thanks:))
Posted on: Aug 04, 2010
kamja says:
do you mean "Lazienki"? I love that place. I was living in the neighbourhood- like on the other side of the street- for two years
Posted on: Aug 04, 2010
Pearl510 Pearl510
162 reviews
The best and probably biggest park in Warsaw Jul 23, 2008
All I can say is: if you want to visit a park in Warsaw, visit Lazinski. We've payed way to much for the Wilanow gardens, which were sad, while this place is ten times bigger, nicer and it's for free.

There are several entrances to the park, most of them have bus stops in front. The park is most famous for the Chopin monument that is in it, and definitely is worth a visit to. Apart from that, there's a castle (well, several palaces actually), a pond, terraces and gardens, trees and monuments, nice waffles and many peacocks. We had a nice time here, relaxing before taking our flight back home.
lj_scots lj_scots
1 reviews
Beautiful Park Mar 03, 2007
I loved this park & actually stubbled upon it by accident when I got lost on the public transport but I'm glad got off to visit. I visited in March so it was very cold but that added to the beauty as the lakes were all frozen. The architecture of the buildings was stunning, there were lots of wild life including a very cheeky squirrel & generally it was just great to explore, if you like that kind of thing. At one point I found myself sitting outside a cafe, watching the locals playing football whilst on the phone to a friend - it was simply a very nice moment.
fluffychicken7 says:
Hi! Thank you for this review. I have one day in Warsaw on my way back from Bialystok and this is exactly what I'm looking for with my very short stay before returning home to New York City so thank you! :)
Posted on: Jul 22, 2010
seraphimkarlien seraphim…
93 reviews
beautiful city park Apr 06, 2005
Besides the old town and the Royal Way (which connects the old town with Lazienki Park), this is one of the main sights of Warsaw. I love parks, and this is one of the finest in Europe imho.

The main part of the park is a large pond with some buildings around it, including a palace and a mock ruined Greek theatre. Don't miss the Chopin statue, in a quiet corner of the park, either.

Another recommended sight in the park is Ujazdow castle, which houses the excellent contemporary art museum. But I will write about that in a seperate review.

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