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Saxon Gardens

Corner ul. Marszalkowska and ul. Krolewska, Warsaw, Poland
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Once serving as the gardens of Saxon Palace, this magnificent park features shady tree-lined avenues, Baroque sculptures, an elegant 19-century fountain and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a grave reminder of Poland's recent past.
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Corner ul. Marszalkowska and ul. Krolewska, Warsaw, Poland
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Saxon gardens used to be the home of the Saxon palace which was destroyed during the war. Pleasant place to relax and approach the unknown soldier tomb and onto the royal parade.

Thank IAN O
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

clean , tidy , well laid out and beautifully presented - at one entrance you have the soldiers on guard at the eternal flame - a fullfilling experience.

Thank markelders
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Next to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, this park has nice flowers, benches, large trees, nice pathways to walk around and chill out. If the city becomes too much, head here. It is only a block off of Krakowskie Przedmiescie. Just turn right on...More

Thank Nina1940
Reviewed 16 October 2017 via mobile

This is very central in Warsaw and a great place to stroll through. At one end is the tomb of the unknown soldier: well worth a good look. The trees in autumn were fantastic (Oct) as was the very large water fountain. Take a seat...More

Thank kevinbreen01
Reviewed 15 October 2017

Worth taking the time to wander through these very beautiful gardens and surrounding areas with many beautiful flowers, trees etc...

Thank Peter R
Reviewed 14 October 2017

The Saxon Gardens are very big park place, with fountain and a lots of statues. In the autumn the trees get yellow-orange colours, and thus you have a stunning landscape.

Thank GR_Family_Plus_3
Reviewed 10 October 2017

These are well kept lovely gardens.This is a place to take a slow peaceful stroll,It is absolutely beautiful and nobody bothers you.

Thank William K
Reviewed 8 October 2017

Gardens of the destroyed Saxon Palace, in WW11, behind the only remains of the old Saski Palace colonnade which is now the tomb of the unkown soldier, with a large 'parade ground' looking area which was the Palace area. The gardens are superb, beautifully kept...More

Thank George K
Reviewed 27 September 2017

beautiful gardens with several fountains and sculptures, beautiful flowers and a playground for children. It is quiet and a way to break with the madness of being tourists...

Thank apocalipse
Reviewed 24 September 2017

A nice small park next to the Tpomb of the unknown soldier. Its quite small as compared to the other parks in Warsaw, bur worth a visit. In summer, there are musical performances, ice cream stalls which people can enjoy.

Thank Lucy_kumar
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