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Warsaw’s Sunday hotspot is a park and palace complex that is best known for its calming green spaces and stunning Palace on the Island. The park’s centrepiece was originally built as a private bathhouse in the 17th century for Stanisław Herakliusz Lubomirski.

Formally laid out as a private garden in 1772, the park is now home to palaces, statues, pavilions, cafes, lakes and even a theatre on an island. Lazienki Royal Park is the ideal spot to unwind and do as the locals do. Whether you wish to admire the Chopin monument, snap a selfie in front of the Palace on the Island or simply lay down and take in the sights and sounds of an authentic Polish park on a Sunday - you probably won’t ever want to leave.

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