Lazienki Palace is located in the beautiful Łazienki Park in Warsaw. This is the biggest and most popular park in the city and it provides visitors with many things to explore. During a walk around the 76 hectares park, you’ll see the Art Nouveau Chopin monument, a classicist amphitheatre, summer houses, pavilions, cafes & restaurants, lakes, the English garden, an Old Orangery, palaces and much more. There’s so much to see that it is possible to spend the full day in the park.
Lazienki Palace is a lovely neoclassical building originally built in the 17th century and is the former residence of King Stanisław August Poniatowski who was a great patron of the arts.
The palace is built on an artificial island that divides the lake into two parts, a smaller northern lake and a bigger southern lake; it is connected by two colonnaded bridges to the rest of the park. The location of the palace has provided the building with its unofficial name, The Palace on the Lake.
Inside the palace, you’ll find sumptuous interiors, some 140 paintings and works of art from the king’s collection and an ornate ballroom.
The palace was very nearly destroyed by the retreating Germans during the final stages of WWII, they went as far as to drill holes in the structure in preparation for demolition; however the plan was never carried out.
One of the best times to visit the palace and park is from spring to late autumn when the gardens are at their best. In addition to the flora and fauna, you’ll also see peacocks, squirrels, swans and ducks.
Summer visitors should not miss out on one of the famous Chopin concerts; which take place from May to September every Sunday at 12 noon and 4pm at the Chopin monument.
Relax in private transportation from your accommodation in Warsaw to Lazienki Palace, visit the Palace on the Water using your skip-the-line ticket to the main exposition and enjoy a gondola ride through the park.
Lazienki Palace also called the Palace on the Island is one of the most beautiful palaces in Warsaw. This magnificent building is located in Warsaw’s Royal Baths Park – the largest park in capital city. Learn the history of this place, origins of its name and former purpose of the building. Inside you will explore many richly ornamented chambers, such as Solomon Room, Bathing Room or King’s Bedroom with your private guide.
Take a gondola cruise through water canals in the park surrounding Łazienki Palace. Discover the wonderful nature, where peacocks and friendly squirrels (which you can feed) are often guests.
Finally, see the Belweder Palace – former residence of Polish presidents – and learn its history before returning to Warsaw – Book tickets