Łazienki Park was built and designed for a Polish politician, but became King Stanisław Poniatowski's, the last king of Poland, residence for much of later half of the 18th century

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Warsaw: 6-Hour Lazienki Park & the Warsaw Rising Museum

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Afternoon Warsaw City Tour

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...r, visit Old Town, the Royal Castle, Jewish Ghetto, Lazienki Park and much more. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.

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Lazienki Park, Warsaw

Łazienki Park was built and designed for a Polish politician, but became King Stanisław Poniatowski's, the last king of Poland, residence for much of later half of the 18th century.

Łazienki Park was built and designed for a Polish politician, but became King Stanisław Poniatowski's, the last king of Poland, residence for much of later half of the 18th century. During Poniatowski's reign, much of the buildings on the park grounds were built. The most interesting buildings are the Łazienki Palace, Roman theater, and the so called Little White House, where the King sought the worldly comfort of mistresses. The park is a wonderful escape from hustle and bustle of the city streets that surround the park and can be the setting for a picnic or a wedding. Strangely, it's a great place to find peacocks and occasionally, a rat.


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About Lazienki Park

 Warsaw, Poland

Lazienki Park and Nearby Sights on Map

Polish Emigration Museum

Center for Contemporary Art

Sejm Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej

Sejm'' is the name for the lower chamber of the Polish parliament (the name has also been adopted by Lithuania and Latvia)

Ujazdów Park

Ujazdów Park, another beautiful park, lies just north of Łazienki, but is far less known and visited by tourists

Szuster Palace