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Weekend in Warsaw

Poland's capital is a mash-up of restored Gothic architecture, communist concrete, modern glass and steel. Use these tips to ensure you glean the most you can from Warsaw in two to three days.


Chopin Museum (; ul Okolnik 1)

A high-tech museum within the Baroque Ostrogski Palace shows the work of Poland's most famous composer. Take your time across four floors of displays, stopping by the listening booths where you can browse Chopin's oeuvre to your heart's content. Limited visitation is allowed each hour; book your visit in advance.

tazienki Park

(; ul Agrykola 1)

Pronounced wah-zhen-kee, this park is a beautiful place of manicured greens and wild patches. Its popularity extends to families, peacocks and fans of classical music, who come for the al fresco Chopin concerts on Sunday afternoons.

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