Your culture attendant: things to do in Warsaw

SUNDAY 24TH MARCH 2019
A THING TO DO THIS SUNDAY

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Founded in the ninth century and becoming a thriving 18th century capital, and a city that suffered extraordinary levels of destruction during World War II, Warsaw hides much history hiding behind its buildings. Discover it for yourself with a walking tour of the historic Old Town, beginning at 10.30am this Sunday - meet your guide at Zygmunt’s Column in Castle Square.
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WARSAW
52.23°N, 21.01°E

Sunrise: 05:29
Sunset: 17:54
Weather: broken clouds, 7°C max, 3°C min


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