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Tokyo Toy Museum
Tokyo Toy Museum
#About the Tokyo Toy Museum

The Tokyo Toy Museum, located in a former school, is a diverse and interesting museum, for both children and parents and sentimental adults. The museum presents alongside Japanese toys, toys from different cultures and countries around the world, and toys from different periods and times in history.

In the museum rooms, which used to be classrooms in the school, you can review different categories of toys. It begins with ancient Japanese toys, through traditional toys, interesting box games and toy rooms from far away places.

This museum loves babies and makes it easy for parents. In addition to the toy displays, the museum also has a pleasant relaxation space, nursing spaces, changing corners, baby care, a necessary souvenir shop and more.


It is worth visiting the museum's website about the changing exhibitions and the events that will take place during your stay in the city.

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Camino de la Warner
Parque Warner Madrid
#About the Large Theme Park in Spain

Warner Park (Camino de la Warner) outside of Madrid is a fun and large theme park, and competes with the largest amusement parks in Europe, like Disneyland Paris, Gardaland, and others.

This theme park is for families and teenagers that love adrenaline. It is located about 25 kilometers from Madrid, about a one hour drive from Puerta del Sol, mostly on the metro, with a short bus ride.

There are no less than 5 roller coasters at the parks, including one with 7 loops, that reach the speed of 100 kilometers per hours. Part of the loops are really scary, and are totally in the dark. There are some roller coasters where the experiences is virtual, by wearing masks for virtual reality.

In the park there are amazing performances, including advanced special effects, with rides that'll get you wet, with water, turning it into a fun site, a great place for the hot summer days.

For families there are activities and attractions for small children of all ages.

#Park Areas

The name of the park is Warner Park, like the name of the American film company, Warner Bros, the largest competitor to Disney.

Warner Bros built this park as a sort of peak into the cinema industry and the world of film. It is no surprise that the main street of the park is an exact replica of avenues from Hollywood and Beverly Hills. From here you can enter different areas:

Superhero world - here you will meet Superman, Wonderwoman, Batman, and more cinema superheroes.

Warner Brothers Studios - you can meet and enjoy the studios of known movies

Village of animated movies - you can peak into the houses of the famous Looney Tunes heroes, like Tweety, Bugs Bunny, Silvester, Daffy Duck, and more.

The wild west area - you will enter the world of gunfights, horse racing, and more.


If you are trying to make up your mind between Warner Park and other attractions in Madrid, of course, Warner Park provides a much more impressive list of attractions. On the other hand it is more expensive and has a long drive back and forth.

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Experiences from the Different Attractions:


One of the Roller Coasters:


The Wet Rio Bravo River:

Tokyo Dome City
Tokyo Dome City
#About the Wonderful Area for Children

Baseball, surprising as it may seem, is one of the most popular sports in Japan. The "Tokyo Dome" is a baseball stadium whose unique shape has earned it the nickname "The Great Egg of Tokyo" and is one of the most famous buildings in the city. This is where the "Yomiuri Giants" baseball team plays.

Even if the Tokyo Dome is a main sports stadium and stands out from the rest of the city's sports, it needs a firm and stable economic base. And so, in addition to its sports area, it also has an amusement park, which is part of an amusement complex that together creates the "Tokyo Dome City."

The complex includes the baseball stadium at its center, as well as the amusement park, a fun and playful experience for children and the whole family.

The amusement park, which is partially covered, re-opened in 2003 and now includes the following areas:

LaQua - an ultra-modern area, with a waterpark, a shopping center, restaurants, and an impressive ferris wheel.

Thunder Dolphin - the city's rollercoaster, that is excellent for both fear and excitement. The ride starts towards the roof of the main building, and dives to the center of the ferris wheel.

Toy Kingdom - an indoor complex perfect for rainy days, offering a number of rooms loaded with toys and educational amusements, just for young children to enjoy.

A Closer Look:


Here is the Scary Rollercoaster Thunder Dolphin:

Limnoupolis Water Park
Limnoupolis Water Park
#About Chania's Water Park

Limnoupolis Water Park is a big water park found about 8 kilometers from Chania.

At Limnoupolis there are many rides, like an artificial river, inner tubing, and a lot of slides that we either open or enclosed. Some of these slides are thrilling and pump up your adrenaline, just like a roller coaster at an amusement park. There is also a large variety of water activities - pools of different sizes for different ages, sport areas for playing and more.


The park opens up at 10:00 am.

Try to arrive as early as possible, the park fills up fast.

Entrance is free to children up to three years old and for adults over 60 years old.

Buying food and drinks are very expensive here, try going to the park with food in your bag from the city.

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Attractions for Children

Piraeus Harbour
Port of Piraeus
#Athens' Port, the Most Important in Greece

Since the ancient days, the Port of Piraeus was the main port of Athens, and the largest in Greece. Today the title remains, as the main port of Greece, the port where many of the cruises to different islands and countries leave, if in the Mediterranean Sea or further away.

Piraeus is a classic port city, like in songs and books. You will find here a port and everything that is expected from a port city, especially in the Mediterranean Sea. The honking of cargo ships, and passenger ships declaring the start of their journey. Ticket stands and travel agencies, marine equipment stores, and cargo that has just arrived with the ships, warehouses and tax houses, the harbor stevedores, loading cranes, tavernas and bars along the main street of the port, lines of cars waiting to board the ferries.

You have arrived at the Port of Piraeus - for generations songs and books were written about this port, and now you are finally here as well. Enjoy!

#What is There to do at the Port of Piraeus?

The area of the Port of Piraeus is among the liveliest areas in Athens. It's nice to walk along the port, near the boats, shuttles and yachts that dock here. A meal in one of the many tavernas scattered around, will reward you with a dinner of seafood and fish.

On Sundays, near the Port, there is the local flea market of Piraeus, that offers mostly clothes, tools, vintage items and antiques. The flea market concentrates around the train tracks and to Alipedou Street. On days when there is no market, in the streets of Piraeus behind the port, you will find many interesting and cheap stores.

From the Port of Piraeus you can leave on a day cruise, to one of the close islands to Athens and to any Greek island. The island of Aegina is pleasant and only a short boat ride away. Longer sailing will get you to one of the most picturesque islands of Greece - Hydra.


From the Port of Piraeus many cruises leave towards the Greek Islands, including close islands, Aegina and Hydra, but also further islands, like Paros, Naxos, Santorini, Ios, Mykonos, Lesvos, Crete and more.

A Closer Look at the Port of Piraeus:

Plaza de Espana
Plaza de Espana
#About the Statue of Don Quixote, his Servant Sancho Pancho and the Author Who Wrote about Them

Plaza de Espana, is a large and green square, located at the end of Gran Via - the main shopping avenue in Madrid. In the square there is a large fountain and lots of pretty greenery. It is the perfect place if you are looking for a little rest from the urban walking, and still want to be in a vibrant urban environment.

At the center of the square is a monument in memory of the national author Miguel de Cervantes, who wrote the novel about Don Quixote. Many have made him into a national and cultural hero, because of his ability to present words of help and frustration of the Spanish nation, that come into action by Don Quixote's battles for the windmills. The statue presents Cervantes himself, as he looks onto the two characters: two bronze statues places under him, one of Don Quixote, and the other of his trusted servant, Sancho Pancho.

It is not for nothing that this whole area filled up with skyscrapers, this is one of the busiest intersections in Madrid. Two of the most prominent skyscrapers at in Plaza de Espana are Edificio Espana (built in 1947, and was built with modern elements and new buildings styles, along with traditional Spanish style), and not far is the Torre de Madrid, which for years has been the tallest building in Madrid.

A Closer Look at Plaza de Espana:

Planetario De Madrid
Planetario De Madrid
#About the Place to Learn About the Galaxy

The commercial symbol of the Planetario de Madrid is without a doubt the large dome at the top of the building, that can be seen from far away.

But the distances in which the planetarium deals are on a completely different scale. The purpose of the planetarium is to teach children, youth and adults about phenomena like the starry sky we see, the solar system and its components, the forces that produce the movement of stars, the universe and other objects in space and celestial bodies.

The permanent view of the planetarium presents the development of the science of astronomy and the study of stars, from antiquity to the present. This is done with over 150 video projectors and slides, synchronized to show and simulate the stars of the solar system with relative precision, the various galaxies, the black holes in the space, and more.

Other areas in the Planetarium are the movie theaters, the Astronomical Hall, the chnging exhibition hall, the observatory tower and the almost inevitable souvenir shop, which also offers books on the space around us.

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Some of the Movies Screened Here:

Museo de America
Museo de America
#About the Musem for American Cultures

The impressive two-story museum, built of all red bricks, is the Museo de America. This museum is organized by categories, dedicated to the cultures that were on the American continent, until Spain reached them.

Some see an irony in a museum by the empire that destroyed ancient and advanced cultures, and now boasts about the achievements of exactly those cultures. It has to be said that next to the impressive displays of archeological and ethnographic findings, there is an impressive survey of the complicated past and the history of Spain and the tribes that ruled America for many years.

In the museum there are many views of the different cultures and tribes of America. Over 2,500 items are displayed in the two floors of the museum, with information, models, maps, and different orienting factors. The division and display here include the historical aspect, geographical, religious, artistic, and cultural.

Some of the displayed items are very impressive. From the painting "Conquering of Mexico" from the 17th century, and the cultural treasures of Los Quimbayas, that the Spanish took from Columbia. The stone plates of the Maya, and the manuscript of Cortesano, that is considered a rare manuscript from the Maya culture, and a highly important historical item.


Entrance on Sundays is free of charge.

A Closer Look:


A 360-Degree Visit to the Museum:


Barrio de Salamanca
#About the Prestigious Neighborhood of Madrid

Since the 19th century, Barrio de Salamanca has been a prestigious and expensive neighborhood in Madrid. All around the neighborhood were luxury homes built by rich people in Madrid, nobility and bourgeoisie residents.

In Salamanca is one of the leading Management schools in the world, IE Business School, a place that qualifies the best managers in Europe, and people from around the world come here to study, and to study the Masters degree offered here.

Wandering the main streets of Salamanca will show you what are considered the most expensive streets in Spain. There are stores of designers like Gucci, Tiffany's, Louis Vitton, and Prada, and near them local designers, leaders of Spain.

If you want, you can eat is Salamanca meals and cakes at high prices, or settle for window shopping in the expensive Goya Street. A cup of coffee and slice of cake here can cost like a meal at a regular restaurant - like an entire outing to a typical tapas bar.

If you still want to feel the neighborhood and buy from the stores here, in Sereno Street there are less expensive stores, where you can buy products without having to take out any loans...


In Salamanca it is recommended to visit during the daylight hours, because in the evening it is quiet without really anything to do, as can be expected from a luxury neighborhood, well-standing locals who want quiet.

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Casa de la Villa
#About Madrid's Ancient City Hall Building

The City Hall Building (Casa de la Villa) is located in one of the most beautiful squares in the city - La Plaza de la Villa. In this square, back in the 14th century, city officials used to come here and speak about the city's problems, in a church that no longer exists today.

When Madrid became the capital of the Spanish Kingdom, architect Gomez de la Mora was given the task of designing a building that will fit the needs of the municipality, and will show the standing of the new capital.

In the second half of the 18th century a balcony was added to the building, where from the kings of Spain watched religious parades. As well as bein g the City Hall building, the building was also used as a prison. This is when separate entrances were planned for the building, for the different uses.

At the start of the 20th century, when the building became too small for the management of the city activities in Madrid, the municipality bought the Casa de Cisneros next door. Activities were expanded into the additional building. This palace look-alike, built in the 17th century, was planned in the Plateresco style, also called Spanish Renaissance style, a Spanish spin-off of the Italian Renaissance style.


Visiting the City Hall is possible only on Mondays at 5:00 pm, as a part of a free tour.

Signing up for the free tour in the beautiful building is at the tourist information desks in the square itself.

The Square and the City Hall:

Monumento A Cervantes
#About the Statue of Cervantes and his works Don Quixote and Sancho Pancho

At the center of a square in Spain, the Plaza de Espana, there is a huge and impressive statue of the famous Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes, author of the famous novel "Don Quixote."

In the statue is the famous author of Don Quixote, when he is looking at the two most famous characters he created - two bronze statues, of Don Quixote, looking for wind-mills to fight, and next to him the statue of his trusted servant, Sancho Pancho. These two are riding under the author on their known horse and donkey.

The literary Don Quixote did not exactly win the wind-mills but managed to become a symbol for many generations, for those righteous fighters, who were destined to fail while fighting stronger forces, like bureaucracy, corruption, a dirty government, and tourists who want a selfie with a large statue...

A Close Look at the Impressive Statue:


VR and a 360 Degree View:

Parque del Oeste
#About the Park with the Egyptian Temple and Skates

Parque del Oeste is a designed park from the 21st century, with a beautiful view and a special atmosphere.

The park is located on the side of a hill, overlooking the Manzanares River. At the southern edge, on the Principe Pio Hill, there is the Debod Temple, an Egyptian Temple from the 4th century AD. The temple was brought here when the area, in southern Egypt, where it was located, was flooded by Lake Nasser.

Climb to the top of Parque del Oeste, to the Paseo Pintor de Rosales walkway, from which you can look at the park from above and watch amazing sunsets. Along the walkway are cafes where many of the cities well-off residents tend to sit.

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A Visit:

Real Jardin Botanico
#About the Oldest Botanical Gardens in Europe

South of the Prado Museum, along the Prado promenade, there are Madrid's Botanical Gardens (Real Jardin Botanico). This is a place for plant and gardening enthusiasts, you will find many flowers here, plants and information. The park spreads between the Neptune Fountain and Atocha metro station.

The botanical gardens, considered the most ancient in Europe, were established in 1755 by King Ferdinand VI. It was a time when botany was a popular hobby, and very popular among European nobility. In 1781 the gardens were design and renovated by the architect Juan de Villanueva, and the botanist Gomez Ortega.

In the botanical gardens there are almost 100,000 plants, different bushes, including herbs, medicinal plants and water plants. There is also a great greenhouse with tropical vegetation that requires a controlled climate and quite a few pleasant corners, which will allow rest for visitors, between the beautiful vegetation and the special trees.

At the store at the entrance you can buy books about botanical gardens, dried plants, photos, and souvenirs.


Entrance to children under 10 years old is free.

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A Visit to the Madrid Botanical Gardens:

Casa de Campo
#About Madrid's Large Park for the Madrid Natives

If you need to take a rest, or a place to let your kids run around, then Casa de Campo is the place for you.

Once it was just for royal family members, who used it as hunting grounds. It is also a forest created by King Philip II.

Today Casa de Campo is open to all. There are many walking trails and bike riding lanes, a fun amusement park, boats for sailing on the lake, sports facilities, wide greenhouse, food stalls with delicious local foods and few cafes and restaurants.

The park itself is spread on almost 20 square kilometers and is without a doubt the largest public park in Madrid. There is the large Madrid Zoo and Aquarium.

You can arrive at Casa de Campo from the cable car, leaving from Parque de Oeste.


Casa de Campo is not a must-see site in Madrid, but anyone with a little time to spare should make the trip.

A Closer Look at Casa de Campo:

San Lorenzo de El Escorial
#About the Palace that Financially Destroyed Spain

San Lorenzo de El Escorial is a Royal Palace and Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo. This is a massive building built by Philip II, after Spain's victory on August 10, 1557, in the Battle San Quintín. The same victory happened on the day of Saint Lorenzo, over the French forces that were at war with Spain.

There are 24 inner courtyards, and 16 kilometers of corridors, the huge palace, about 50 kilometers from the city of Madrid, is one of the largest buildings in the world. Building this building was very expensive and very fast. Actually, it was completed within 21 years, while spending enough money on construction to quicken the financial fall of the kingdom.

Thanks to the fast construction, the palace-monastery was completed fast. This leads to the impressive stylistic uniformity of the huge structure. Simply, not enough time passed during construction for styles to change.

The unique thing about this place is the breath-stopping combination between the wide and fancy palace gardens, and the natural beauty of the grounds. The massive San Lorenzo de El Escorial was built on the southern foothills of the Sierra de Guadarrama, and the view set from here is over the magnificent mountains and the landscape around them.

#Architecture of the Palace

At 1,065 meters above sea level, the palace-monastery where you are located, the fruit of the labor of architect Juan de Herrera, is considered one of the most important buildings in Spain, and has been an inspiration for many palace designs in the Spanish kingdom.

This is a huge complex; there is a palace and a monastery, and a shared library, and an impressive burial building where the kings of Spain are buried. The severe building, built in the Renaissance period, in the mid 16th century, began an important architectural precedent in Spain and has since influenced many palaces in the Spanish kingdom.

The design of the monastery built here in the severe, unkempt, almost cold style of the architect Juan de Herrera, is in sharp contrast to the monstrous and glamorous style that was popular at the height of the Renaissance, and at the time it was built.

#What Can Be Seen Here?

A tour around San Lorenzo de El Escorial takes about half a day. In the treasure museum in the palace there is an impressive collection of art pieces, a royal basilica, and reconstructions of apartments of the royal family.

More in the palace, you can visit the Royal Pantheon, where many of Spain's kings are buried, since Carlos I, the first king buried here. The fancy and impressive Pantheon was built in the 17th century.

Another point of interest is the El Escorial Library. This is a library that contains ancient texts, many rare writings. Actually, this library has one of the largest collections in the world of ancient handwritten texts. The collection includes over 5,000 handwritten texts in ancient languages, including Greek, Latin, Arabic, and even Hebrew.

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#About the Renewing Neighborhood in Madrid

Once, the Malasana neighborhood (Barrio de Malasaña) at the center of the Plaza 2 de Mayo square, was one of the older and crumbling places of Madrid. Malasana was already set to be destroyed. Young enthusiasts, together with the residents of the neighborhood, opposed the destruction and stopped it completely. In a wonderful civil movement, the neighborhood became one of the trendiest places in Madrid, to a popular residential area, and an area for outings for Madrid's young people.

This is called urban renewal, and this is what turned this tired and gloomy place to a hipster fortress and a real entertainment area, filled with pleasant restaurants and cafes, friendly to locals and tourists, optimistic and full of life.

Today, this is one of the most bohemian quarters in the city. The quarter is known for its cool rock and funk clubs. Each evening the Malasana clubs bring in many young people, that come in groups to the live performances and the parties.

The magical Malasana neighborhood, in north Madrid, is behind the luxury mall Gran Via, the must eat food temple, cultural and shopping centers of Madrid.

Many in Madrid call Malasana el Barrio de Universidad, for the student atmosphere here. Another name that sticks around is Chueca-Malasana, named for the nearby Chueca neighborhood. This is a neighborhood for the LGBTQ community of Madrid, with a liberal atmosphere, young and open. Many tend to see both of them as one urban place, the two strongest entertainment quarters in the Spanish capital.

#The Hours of Malasana

During the passing hours, Malasana goes through different stages and receives a different face.

Throughout the day you can walk along with the elders of the neighborhood, drink espresso in a designed cafe, and enjoy a good meal in restaraunt with a Spanish feel.

In the evenings you can sit at a local bar, or go to a cool alternative rock club, one of the many scattered around.

In the night hours Malasana changes its face. The club atmosphere in the night clubs and the bars become more vibrant, jumpy, and fun. You can see all the big names in the city of Madrid, beautiful, musicians and artists, everyone dancing, drinking, and having a good time.


There is no specific place here. Just come to the neighborhood and wander around. You will discover over and over again hip places, fun things, people, and entertainments. Enjoy!

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CaixaForum Madrid
#About the Modern Exhibits and the Hanging Gardens

CaixaForum Madrid is an art gallery, most of the exhibits here are temporary and constantly changing, dedicated to modern art. Every now and then retrospective exhibits are shown in the 6-floor gallery, dedicated to known artists that are not necessarily modern.

Not any less than the modern art displayed here, the CaixaForum Madrid received its fame from the eclectic and interesting design.

This begins with the hanging gardens that cover the walls that have been expertly planted here. The verticle garden here is in touch with Royal Botanical Gardens of Madrid, located in El Retiro Park nearby.

To combine this verticle garden with the building, the best architects were brought to design the building, the well-known Swedish architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron. French botanist Patrick Blank, who is also an expert in these gardens, was also brought to help.

The building, which in the past was used as a powerhouse, the architects added more floors that were painted red. With the additional space, the architects created a modern and colorful space, interesting and special, which corresponds to and does not deny the materials and usability of the original structure and also preserves green and respectful awareness of the environment, while creating a contrast between its part and the time.


The entrance to the gallery is totally free.

A Look at the Face of the Gallery:


Another Look at the CaixaForum:


Museo de Cera
#To Be with the Beatles, Harry Potter and Charlie Chaplin

On Columbus Circle you will find the Museo de Cera, where you can meet popular characters from the world of cinema, sports and culture, in their wax versions. The wax museum is suitable for children, but it is also an experienced for adults with humor.

In each room here are characters from another field. Here are figures from Spanish history, the world of sports and the world politics. All these are presented alongside famous film actors, pop stars and well-known artists from the history of art.

Each room plays music adapted to its theme. Here you will find the stars of the Real Madrid football team. Characters from the world of television and film, such as Bart Simpson, Superman, Harry Potter, Mary Poppins, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. History and art also take a place here, with figures of great artists such as Picasso, standing next to historical figures such as Queen Cleopatra and Columbus.

There are also nice and unique attractions, such as the "Fear Train," suitable for large children, a terror museum and a simulator that simulates space flight. There is also a film about the history of Spain and dinosaurs that just left Jurassic Park.

Among the sculptures of wax seen when wandering around, there are also "living" characters, who amuse the audience and take selfie photos with them.


Buying tickets online will lower the entrance fee.

There are discounted rates for whole families.

A Closer Look at the Madrid Museo de Cera:

Gyermekvasutas Tornaterem
#About the Real Train that Kids Can Drive

In Hungary, since 1948 a train has been operating that is driven by kids between the ages of 10-14. The children's train rides along the 11-kilometer track and has passengers of all ages. The children's train was established in 1948 for a communist youth movement, as part of an educational procedure. From then and up to today, the scenic train rides along the green hills of the Buda area, the area near the capital Budapest. Actually, children do everything - operate the train, drive the train, sell tickets, and check the passenger's tickets.

Train passengers can exit at any stop and walk around the walking trails around the forests. At the last stop, at János Hill (János-Hegy), most of the passengers get off for a wonderful view of Budapest.

Some of the train carriages are open-aired, and the atmosphere in the train is special, for all the roles for operating the train are conducted by children. For worried parents - adults supervise the safety of the train, and ensure that the kids are correctly fulfilling their jobs.


Bring food with you, as there are no places to buy.

At the end of the train, there is a bus to the city center, near Margaret Bridge and Margaret Island.

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Lake Vouliagmeni
#About the Spa Lake with Impressive Cliffs

About an hour drive from the center of Athens is Lake Vouliagmeni (Limni Vouliagmenis), nicknamed the Sunken Lake. This is a beautiful lake located in the suburbs of the big city. Its splendid location, close to the sea and with views of impressive cliffs, gives it an impressive and dramatic look. It is a favorite among locals, as a preferred place to swim.

The lake water is sweet and comes from a natural warm underground stream more than 100 meters below the surface. In the lake the stream water mixes with the salt water. The water's temperature varies between 21 to 27 degrees Celsius, and turns the lake into a sort of spa, that is fit for swimming all year long.

Especially nice are the small fish that peck at your feet, at anyone who stands in one place for too long.


On the lake's shores are showers and restrooms.

Nearby is also a cafe, not that cheap, but nice.

The entrance fee is 12 euros per person.

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A View from Above:


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The Royal Castle in Warsaw
#About the Royal Castle of the City of Warsaw

In the beautiful and colorful castle square, sits the Royal Castle of Warsaw, originally built in the 15th century. The castle served as the residence for the princes of Mazovian. After Warsaw became the capital of Poland, the castle served as a seat of the king and the government.

It was renovated several times in the past, and during World War II the castle was completely destroyed, mainly by the Nazis who sowed great destruction, both during the suppression of the Polish underground uprising and in their defeat.

The reconstruction of the King's Castle took place between 1971-1984 with the remains of it and its ruins. It was reconstructed in great detail, including frescoes and painted tiles, and antique furniture, works of art and impressive and authentic chandeliers being added.

Today you can see it in all its splendor, because of its iconic appearance and long history it is one of Warsaw's most prominent landmarks.

You can go on a tour of the castle and see donated or restored items, or enter exhibitions of various works of art. Note that in front of the castle is the castle square, and in the middle stands King Zygmunt. The clock tower, part of the castle complex, opens the way to the Old City.

A Closer Look at the Castle:

Lotus Pond Garden
Avenue of Stars
Snoopy's World
Grevin Wax Museum
Drum Museum

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