What to see in Warsaw while visiting the dentist?

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warsawPoland is a beautiful city with lots of amazing views and places. If you wish to have dental treatment done for a reasonable price and by the experienced surgeon, then you should visit Warsaw! During your visit here, you can see breathtaking monuments and historical places.

Dentists in Warsaw are professional with years of experience

Warsaw, as a capital city, has a very competitive dental clinics market and our clinics are one of the best in town! We have clinics that can offer you different types of treatment such as quicker work, shorter waiting time, cheaper prices or more detailed dental works. Contact our patient adviser, say what is important for you and we will find the best dentist in Warsaw for you!

Places to visit in Warsaw

The Old Town

This is the oldest part of the city and it lays on the bank of Vistula river. Warsaw’s Old Town is on the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites as “an outstanding example of a near-total reconstruction”. While you are there, make sure to see Royal Castle, St. John’s Cathedral and the Barbican. This area is rich in cafés, restaurants and shops.

The Royal Route

It is a former communication route that connected all old royal residences. It starts at Castle Square and ends in the Wilanow royal residence.The Route, with the part of Old Town, are one of Poland’s official national Historic Monuments.

Lazienki Royal Park

This is the biggest park in Warsaw and one of the most beautiful palace and park complex in Europe. Lazienki Park and Palace was created in 17th century by Jan Christian Kamsetzer and Domenico Merlini among others. The most popular building is Palace on the Water that was built for Poland’s last monarch King Stanisław August Poniatowski and it served as his summer residence. The whole estate has 76 hectares of nature which is located almost in the city center. The park was created within the old forest, so the animals living there are kept in their natural habitat.


The history of the Palace in Wilanow began in 1627, when King John Sobieski III claimed it as his property. The Palace was one of the first museums in Poland and was opened in 1805. While being there, you must see:

  • The White Hall
  • The Chapel
  • The King’s Library
  • The Grand Vestibule
  • The North Gallery
  • The Etruscan Cabinet
  • The Paintings Gallery


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