Old Town Observation Terrace

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Old Town Observation Terrace

From the Old Town Viewing Terrace or St. Anne’s Bell Tower (Polish: Taras Widokowy na Stare Miasto) you can enjoy a stunning panorama of the Warsaw Old Town and the Vistula River. To get to the viewing platform you will have to climb on 150 stone stairs that lead to the very top of the tower. But it’s certainly worth it, as you will experience Warsaw’s probably most breath-taking view.

The tower is closed when it’s raining or snowing.

Children up to 4-years-old have free admission.


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      • Access by public transportation
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    NomadMom

    USA, Washington DC

    7, 7

    Worth the climb

    Reviewed 10 March 2018

    My back-than 6 y.o. didn’t have a problem to climb up to the top and we all enjoyed the view of the Old Town, the Royal Tract and the Vistula river. Great place for taking some good family photos.This is a personal opinion of a KiddieMundo user.

    Tips

    It can be windy on the top of the tower so it’s a good idea to have a sweater or something warm with you.

    Insider tips

    • It can be windy on the top of the tower so it’s a good idea to have a sweater or something warm with you.

    Practical info

    Krakowskie Przedmieście 68, Warsaw, Poland
    00-322 Warsaw, Poland
    +48 22 374 94 84

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