Warsaw Your trip will likely begin at Warsaw Chopin Airport, your entryway to this fascinating capital. Warsaw sprawls across a broad area—and an even broader array of architectural styles. The 13th-century Old Town Square has been painstakingly reconstructed and is worthy of its UNESCO World Heritage Site status. The Royal Castle, also rebuilt after World War II, is one of the city’s, and country’s, most iconic landmarks. Stroll through the 188-acre Royal Lazienki Park and enjoy a free open-air Chopin concert there if you are visiting in the summer. The city’s cultural highlights include the Museum of Warsaw, the Palace of Culture and Science, and the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Warsaw’s not all about the past, however, with an exciting restaurant and club scene waiting to be explored after sundown.