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Lazienki Park : Best Time to Visit & How to Get

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Hello! My name is Harie and I am an expat wife in Warsaw.

Today I would like to introduce you to the most popular park in Warsaw, “Wajenki Park”.
Wazienki Park.
I will introduce you to the most popular park in Warsaw, “Wajenki Park”.

When I first visited, I thought, “Is this park really free? ” I thought, “This park is so beautiful, both in terms of nature and buildings.

In this article.
I will write about the highlights, attractions, and best seasons to visit Wajenki Park.

Basic information on how to get there, how long it takes, and what you need to know before you go!
and how to get there, how long you can stay, and what you need to know before you go!

Wajenki Park, a place of recreation and relaxation for the citizens of Warsaw, is a place like this, and three highlights are also introduced.

Here’s a brief overview of Wajenki Park and what it has to offer!

What is Wajenki Park?

Chopin statue, symbol of Wajenki Park

Wajenki Park was created in the 18th century as a detached palace for the last king of Poland.

It gradually expanded between the 18th and 20th centuries and now covers an area of 78 hectares.
The area is approximately 1.5 times larger than Tokyo Disneyland.

The park also includes a fee-based museum.

Personally, I like
I recommend spending your time in a “European style,” doing nothing but walking among the greenery and relaxing on a bench.

Wajenki Park features three gardens

Wajenki Park consists mainly of gardens from three different periods.
If you have time, you should walk around everything.

18th Century Royal Gardens

It is the most European-like area.
You can see a water palace and an outdoor theater.

floating garden
outdoor theater

Around the Water Palace, visitors often encounter peacocks, the idols of Wajenki Park.

Idols stroll through the park with their own faces.

Romantic garden of the 19th century

There are no very famous buildings, so the area is a bit plain compared to others.
However, it is also a slow and quiet area for that reason.

Very beautiful during the fall foliage season.

Squirrels are also abundant in this area.
It may be especially easy to encounter them in the morning ^^.

Walnuts are their favorite. Many squirrels are friendly.

20th Century Modern Garden

It is famous for its statue of Chopin.
In summer, a Chopin concert is held in front of the Chopin statue.

A map of Wajenki Park can be found on the official website.
Official website map↓↓

Best season for Wajenki Park is mid-May to September.

Wajenki Park in summer. Vibrant green, green, green!

The best time to visit Wajenki Park is summer!
Chopin Concert
Because there are

What is a Chopin Concert?

Free outdoor piano concerts held every Sunday from mid-May to September.
(2018: 5/13 – 9/30). (In 2018, the concerts were held from 5/13 to 9/30.)

You can hear a performance in front of the Chopin statue every Sunday from 12:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Entry and exit are free.

You can listen to it sitting on a bench or lying on the grass.

A very luxurious concert where you can listen to live classical music in the midst of nature.
If you come to Warsaw at this time of year, this is a must-see event.

Even if you can’t go on a Sunday, I recommend Wajenki Park in the summer because the greenery is really beautiful.

Autumn is also a good time to visit, when the leaves turn beautifully red, known as the “golden autumn.

Chopin Statue in Autumn

Spring seems to have a totally different climate from year to year, so a warmer year would be good.
I don’t like to go there in winter because the air is dirty and cold ^^;

How to get to Wajenki Park, hours of operation and approximate length of stay

Address: Łazienki Królewskie, al. Ujazdowskie, 00-001 Warszawa

How to go by bus

Take bus 116, 166, 180, or Take one of the buses #195 and get off at “Łazienki Królewskie”.

After getting off the bus stop, cross the crosswalk and enter through the entrance on the left, just in front of the Chopin statue.

From Warsaw Central Station

Transfers are required.
The streetcar will get you there without transfers, so if you are unsure, the streetcar may be a better option. (It takes less than 10 minutes to walk from the nearest streetcar stop.)

From the direction of the Old Town
Buses 116 and 180 are convenient.Approx. 15 min.

attention (heed)
Please note that buses 116 and 180 have different routes on weekdays and holidays.
Shinsegae Street is not a street on holidays.
Blue is weekday route, gray is holiday route

How to get there by streetcar

Take streetcars No. 4, 10, 14, 18, or 35 to “Pl Get off at “Pl. unii Lubelskiej”.
From the streetcar stop to Wajenki Park (entrance in front of the Chopin statue) is about a 7-minute walk.

From Warsaw Central Station
Streetcar No. 10 is convenient.Approx. 10 minutes (time to streetcar stop)

From the direction of the Old Town
Streetcar No. 4 is convenient.Approx. 18 minutes (time to streetcar stop)

Ticket prices and admission fees


There is a fee for museums and art galleries in the park. (Thursdays are free admission days.)

Please see the official website for details on fees.

Business Hours

Sunrise to sunset.
(Gates close at 9 p.m. HP information as of 10/2018)

Estimated length of stay

If you just want to see the famous Chopin statue and the Water Palace, it takes about 30 minutes to an hour.

If you want to enjoy a leisurely stroll, you should allow about two hours.

Things to know before visiting Wajenki Park

Here are a few things you should know before visiting Wajenki Park.

Few toilets

Despite having an area one and a half times the size of Disneyland.
There are few restrooms.

(Maybe two? There should be a separate one in the facility for a fee.)
So, spend your time planning.

The restrooms here are rather clean.
Free of charge.

The other is located at the far end of the park.
Not as good as the restroom above, but it’s there.
Also free of charge.

There are a few other simple toilets in the park that look like those found at construction sites marked “TOITOI,” but I do not recommend them except in an emergency….

Leisure sheets are useful

If you go in summer, you may enjoy it more if you have a leisure sheet.
You can lie down and relax on the lawn while listening to a Chopin concert.

Polish people don’t mind at all and sleep directly, though ^^;


Gondola and Water Palace. (There is a fee for the gondola.)

How was it?

Spending a relaxing weekend in Wajenki Park is a refreshing experience.

A true Warsaw power spot.
If you ever get tired of sightseeing in the Old City, go for it!


Squirrels are common in Wajenki Park.
If you bring them walnuts, their favorite food, they may eat them out of your hand.

In Poland, squirrels are called “basher basher, basher basher.

Is it like calling a fox “Roolooloo” in “From the North” ^^;