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The Best Day Trips from Warsaw

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While Warsaw has many wonders of its own, the city is close to a number of fascinating attractions. A day trip to Żelazowa Wola, the birthplace of Frédéric Chopin, is a must for classical music fans, and can be combined with a visit to Kampinoski National Park. Art lovers shouldn’t miss Kazmimierz Dolny and its open-air gallery, while those interested in Poland’s industrial heritage should head to the city-within-a-city of Księży Młyn in Łódź. Also worth seeing is Janów Podlaski, a historic stud farm with Arabian horses and beautiful scenery.
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21-505 Janów Podlaski, Poland
The Janów Podlaski Stud was established in 1817, and though it’s had its share of trials and tribulations over time, it’s still fully operating today. Home to 500 animals, it’s famous for its Arabian horses with documented...
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05-092 Dziekanów Nowy, Poland
About an hour west of Warsaw, Kampinoski National Park is home to several well-marked walking, cycling, horseback-riding, and, in winter, cross-country skiing trails. The main trail stretches 34 miles from the east to the west end of the park,...
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24-120 Kazimierz Dolny, Poland
Once a magnet for writers and artists, the charming town of Kazimierz Dolny is now a favorite weekend destination for vacationing Varsovians. Here, buildings from the 13th through 17th centuries form a splendid collection of historical...
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Księży Młyn, 90-345 Łódź, Poland
Księży Młyn in Łódź is a city-within-a-city, founded by the Scheibler and Groham families, who partnered in 1921 to co-run the largest cotton mill in Europe. The industrial village once comprised production facilities, shops, its own fire...
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Żelazowa Wola 15, 96-503 Żelazowa Wola, Poland
Frédéric Chopin was born in 1810 in a small 19th-century manor house in the town of Żelazowa Wola. While his family moved to Warsaw soon after his birth, he often returned to Żelazowa Wola for holidays, and his home—not to...