The Copernicus Science Centre is the newest attraction on the map of Warsaw. The two-storey building with an area of 15,000 m² forms one of the most modern European institutions showing the relationship of science to culture and everyday life.
The former summer residence of the last king of Poland is one of Europe's best palatial and garden complexes. Its name comes from the bath (lazienki) converted into a palace.
The Warsaw Old Town is 700 years old. It was entirely distroyed during the second world war and then fully reconstructed. Listed as a UNESCO heritage site in 1980.