Museum of Caricature
A short detour along ul Kozia leads to this quirky museum holding around 15,000 original works by Polish and foreign caricaturists...
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
Inside the Saxon Gardens, the remnants of the Saxon Palace (Pałac Saski), which was destroyed during WWII, shelter the Tomb of the...
This church also escaped the ravages of war and, like St Anne’s, has 18th-century fittings, including the high altar designed by Tylman...
Delikatesy Braci Gessler
If time or money is in short supply, make a beeline for this upscale deli for the city’s best over-stuffed, over-sized sandwiches for...
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Teatr Wielki information
This magnificent neoclassical theatre, dating from 1833 and rebuilt after WWII, is the city’s main stage for opera and ballet, with a repertoire of international classics and works by Polish composers, notably Stanisław Moniuszko.