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Let’s visit Chopin’s birthplace, Żelazowa Wola and Brochów’s unique church-fortress where he was christened. This trail is also a great opportunity to stop at Granica to breathe the air of the Kampinoski National Park and see what the villages in...more
A long drive from Warsaw, but very much worth it. About 30 miles, but it took well over one hour. We arrived on a lovely September Sunday afternoon. Had a great walk around the gardens, took some fab photos and then joined the crowds for...More
I took the day tour; the tour I took does not go anywhere else; just out and back at about 2 pm. Can't remember the tour company but found them at the Tourist Info office in Old Town. Tour leaves from downtown, a black van,...More
Chopin was born here and lived here for six months before moving to Warsaw for the subsequent two decades. We took the hour bus ride and were happily surprised by the lovely surroundings. It doesn’t take long to tour the grounds or his house, the...More
It was about two hours driving from Warsaw to Zelazowa Wola , the village that Chopin was living with his parents and his two sisters. We saw his House-Museum, with a very beautiful garden as nature was his inspiration to write his music, his piano...More