Łazienki Palace

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General Information

The Lazienki Palace, also known as ‘The palace on the water’ is a Neoclassical palace in Warsaw, Poland. The palace was built from 1683 to its completion date in 1689, its intended purpose was for a bathhouse for the owner of the nearby Ujazdow Castle. The castle has plenty of sculptures around its impressive facade and the interior of the palace is just as impressive with fantastically painted ceilings. During the Second World War the Germans cut holes into the walls to blow the palace up, but fortunately, that didn't happen and the palace still stands.

Getting there

The palace is situated just outside of the city centre. Buses run to the Palace, travel to ‘Łazienki Królewskie’ on the 116, 166 or 180 buses; the 138, 182, 188, 411 and 523 buses also travel to a bus stop close to the palace.

Opening Times and Admission

The palace is open to visitors on six days of the week, Tuesday to Sunday 9am-4pm, tickets are priced at 25PLN for adults, 1PLN for children and students and 18PLN for other concessions.

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