Being the capital of Poland, Warsaw can boast more that 100 museums. Actually, as in any city, most of them are quite dull and boring, with all those expositions of some strange things that only the history lovers will admire. However, there are some places which can impress even the most experienced travelers.
This small tour around Warsaw museums shows you the cultural aspect of this huge city. I advise you to start with the Warsaw National Museum, as it is the biggest one. It help you to see Warsaw as artistic and creative city.
Try not to spend there whole your day (although sometimes it can be difficult to do), because after this museum you have other interesting and impressive places on your itinerary.
After admiring the sizes and pomposity of this building (which houses a whole number of museums, actually), hop on a tram or bus and go to your next museum.
To make your traveling around the city easier, you can use the Jakdojade (‘how to get’) website: warszawa.jakdojade.pl
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Updated: April 10, 2015