I don’t know why I hadn’t described this park sooner. I am here every second day. It’s my favourite place for running.
It is simply beautiful. It shows you some of Warsaw’s history, when we were a kings’ city. The whole complex was finished in the late XVIII century as a summer residence for our last king. The style is classical, that’s why around the park you can find statues from the Greek mythology (the lanterns are held by fauns).
The gardens are charming and discovering hidden statues is lots of fun, and the views here are some of the most iconic views of Warsaw. But what really makes it special is the nature. Coming here every second day I can observe how it changes – specially now with all the green stuff in full bloom. I love red squirrels here (no matter what time of the year they approach people directly and wait to be given a “sweet” treat). You can admire the peackoks with they amazing tails, watch the ducks tending to their duckilngs, and sometimes you can even spot a deer!
Here, like anywhere else, you can enjoy the summer to its fullest (specially with the deckchairs spread all around the park!).