We cordially invite you to visit the Łazienki Royal Gardens where one may stroll through paths and garden lane ways among old trees, bushes and beautiful flowers.

The first thing we recomend to see is the Fryderyk Chopin monument in Modernist Garden. The monument to the outstanding Polish composer Fryderyk Chopin (1810–49) is the best-known Polish sculpture in the world, situated close to the Belvedere Palace on Aleje Ujazdowskie.

The present-day 76-hectare Łazienki Gardens are formed by three gardens developed in various years and differing in style: the 18th century Royal Garden, the 19th century Romantic Garden and the 20th century Modernist Garden. There are accompanied by a number of 18th and 19th century palace buildings and garden pavilions as well as outdoor 18th, 19th and 20th century sculptures. A 21st Century Garden, currently on drawing boards, is to be ready in the near future and cover an area of roughly 2.5 hectares.

We invite all those who would like to take a break in sightseeing and rest for a while to visit our special deck chair area near the New Orangery. We also kindly advise our guests to familiarise themselves with rules and regulations binding visitors which can be found in the Savoir Vivre bookmark.