outside of the Royal Castle (thousandwonders.net)
The Royal Castle is the symbol of the Warsaw City and also the best choice for your trip to discover that phoenix city (the city that arisen from the ashes)
This castle is the heart of the Polish- Lithuanian Commonwealth in centuries. Like most of the buildings in Warsaw, that castle was almost erased by the Nazis in 1940th but was rebuilt by all of the effort of the Polish people following the original design.
from above to below: the Old-Town (source: wiki), and Syrena Mermaid (source: Internet)
The Old Town includes a lot of antiques houses built from 17th and 18th century. Old Town Square is also the main market in Warsaw with a lot of stores, coffee shops, showrooms as well as the top restaurants of Warsaw. While walking around this square, you shouldn’t forget to take a look and take a photo at the statue of the Syrena Mermaid- the coat of arms of Poland.
the Lazienki Park (source: wiki)
the statue of Chopin (source: wisemonkeysabroad)
The Lazienki Park was designed and built in the 18th century followed the order of King Stanislaw August Poniatowski. This is the place- with the architecture consists of Palace and Garden that can remind the travellers about “the Old Warsaw. The main part of this place is the Statue of Frederic Chopin that is located at the west of this park, the destination of many travellers when they come to this city.