The reconstruction of Warsaw was noted by addind the city to the list of The UNESCO World Heritage places in 1980.
Warsaw is situated on the banks of the Wisla (or Vistula) river in the central-east of Poland.
If you wold like to see most of the beautiful historical places you should visit the left bank of the river. On the opposite side there is a glamorouus part of the city called Praga district.
The best-known tourist route starts in the north of Warsaw and goes through the whole city passing by the great palaces which fortunately weren't ruined in WWII, the 'new' and the 'old' parts of the city, then it flows to the Park of Lazienki and it's beautiful gardens. After you've visited the Nowy Sviat stores you get to the Wilanow palace, which is the last point of the 'Royal route'. It's usual to see open-air concerts in the parks of Warsaw, you may want to take a boat and have a cruise through it's flowery parks and glimmering banks. The sight of the city is completely different from what it used to be in the Soviet-era.
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