The Palm Tree started it all…

The Palm Tree started it all…

The perfect alternative walk through town. Don’t start with monuments, start with art.

While looking for Maurycy Gomulicki’s neon, you’ll wander through a park in one of Warsaw’s loveliest districts. To levitate on Jan Sukiennicy’s bench, you’ll have to head down to the riverside. For a selfie with a giant giraffe, you’ll have to cross to the other side of the Vistula.

You won’t miss the city center with the Joanna Rajkowska Palm Tree that pays tribute to the Jewish community that lived on Jerusalem Avenue (Aleje Jerozolimskie) in the 18th century. Send your friends a postcard from Warsaw – they might not be able to guess where you are.

– Lightsurt / Światłotrysk, Maurycy Gomulicki, 2009, Kępa Potocka
– Icarus / Ikar, Jan Sukiennik, 2015, Wybrzeże Gdyńskie 2
– Slither / Ślizg, Maurycy Gomulicki, 2015, Wybrzeże Gdyńskie 2
– Giraffe / Żyrafa, Władysław Frycz, 1981, park Praski
– Mural, Conor Harrington, 2015, ul. Środkowa 7
– Greetings from Jerusalem Avenue / Pozdrowienia z Alej Jerozolimskich, Joanna Rajkowska, 2002, de Gaulle Roundabout

Pozdrowienia z Alej Jerozolimskich
Mural Conora Harringtona
Żyrafa w parku Praskim
Światłotrysk na Kępie Potockiej