Poland's capital city is brimming with educational attractions, most of which are museums. Some focus on the country's history, while others feature art- or science-focused collections.
Warsaw's central Old Town neighborhood is one of the city's most popular areas and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The 188-acre Lazienki Królewskie Museum is one of Warsaw's most scenic locales. Here, you can go for a leisurely stroll through gardens, explore former palaces.