Dominating the beautiful, wide open space of Castle Square, is the former residence of the Polish monarchs. Like much of the Old Town, the Royal Castle was reconstructed following World War 2. The self-guided tour takes around an hour and gives you an idea of the luxury that the Polish Kings enjoyed during the 18th century. An interesting fact that we found out was that the first ever European codified national constitution was signed here in 1791, just four years after the US. Following the visit, it is also worth checking out the side of the castle that faces the river, as it can be easy to miss this lovely vista.
Address: plac Zamkowy 4, 00-277 Warszawa, Poland
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