Warsaw Travel Diary is finally ready! I am so happy for creating another travel post! We shot a lot of pictures and did many things. I came back from Warsaw a few days ago and I wouldn’t mind visiting it again! Have you ever been there? I was a bit disappointed with the rainy weather but that didn’t stop us from exploring the place!
We arrived at our hotel at about 9 o’clock in the evening. A lovely apartment on the 14th floor! Wooden kitchen, a huge tv and a view that unfortunately was blocked by a huge building(most of it). We dropped off our luggage and went to a nearby restaurant to try the traditional polish food! You should definitely try a dish called Pierogi ( stuffed tortellini )! So good!
The next day we went downtown to explore the town center and visited the famous Palace of Culture and Science. A huge building with 33 floors! The view was incredible! Of course, we wanted to check out the Mall. It was huge. I wanted to stay in there and buy so many stuff. Haha typical me!
Later, we were hungry (of course) and stopped to eat some pizza at Trattoria Rucola. Best pizza ever! Thin and crispy pizza crust. We spend all day walking through the city and in the afternoon we went to Lazienki Park. No words to describe it! Enormous park, endless green with a big beautiful lake. There was a cute cafè called Madame but we didn’t get the chance to sit there because by the time we went there was closed. We took so many photos there. We couldn’t explore all of it. On our way home we sat for a quick bite at Green caffé nero. This coffee shop is like Starbucks there. So cute and so many delicious things to try out.
What I wore that day: Camel coat: Stradivarius | similar Missguided
Chunky knit: H&M | similar Forever21
Skinny jeans : Bershka
Ankle boots: Zara | similar Asos
Necklaces: Long Necklace : Ettika / sort one : gift
Shoulder bag: Zara
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Hope that you enjoyed my Warsaw Travel Diary post and stay tuned because there will be part two soon!
Special thanks to my friend for capturing these great shots of mine!