The Saxon Garden (Polish: Ogród Saski) is a 15.5–hectare public garden in central (Śródmieście) Warsaw, Poland, facing Piłsudski Square. It is the oldest public park in the city. Founded in the late 17th century, it was opened to the public in 1727 as one of the first publicly accessible parks in the world.
The Saxon Garden was originally the site of Warsaw fortifications, "Sigismund's Ramparts," and of a palace built in 1666 for the powerful aristocrat, Jan Andrzej Morsztyn. The garden was extended in the reign of King Augustus II, who attached it to the "Saxon Axis", a line of parks and palaces linking the western outskirts of Warsaw with the Vistula River.
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Dor Levy | May 5, 2018
Beautiful park in the center of warsaw! Park is very well maintained and had very nice fountain and gardens.
Tomasz Boguszewski | Apr 21, 2018
It used to be beautiful but please, don't build these new things and let's move some of them, it becomes to have less and less space.
Lee Grant | Apr 27, 2018
Nice little park for a walk in the centre of Warsaw. The national war mormorial is there too. No Cafe's though.
Uncle Davey | Apr 10, 2018
This is an iconic Warsaw park. An oasis of tranquillity on days when there isn't an impromptu concert by the fountain. Sometimes gets too crowded like all Warsaw parks.
Alice Vellani | Mar 28, 2018
Lovely gardens but so cold in winter! Wish I was there in summer, to enjoy the sun and have a nice promenade with green grass, flowers, birds and sweet ducks.
Olga Borysenko | May 20, 2018
Another perfect and amazingly well-maintained park in Warsaw. Benches around the fountain are actually a place where one can sit and enjoy surrounding nature. There are enough spots to buy snacks after a walk.
Elisabeth Philips | May 27, 2018
Great place to spend some quality time during the day! My favourite park in Warsaw.
Michal Krygier | May 17, 2018
Very beautiful place without famous mountain. Aling without The Romb od The Unknown Soldier Ogród Saski is on The list od The most famous landmarks of Warsaw everyone should see. The park is very noce. Big fountain gives very noce atmosphere especially during warn days. Park is a part of great urban axis. The tomb used to be a part of monumental palace which I hope will be rebuilt one day.
Michal Krygier | Jun 25, 2018
Very beautiful place with famous fountain. Along with The Tomb of The Unknown Soldier Ogród Saski is on the list of the most famous landmarks of Warsaw everyone should see. The park is very nice. Big fountain gives very nice atmosphere especially during warm days. Park is a part of great urban axis. The tomb used to be a part of monumental palace which I hope will be rebuilt one day.
Don Duke | Jun 29, 2018
I thought here was nice. Really loved the fountain and the flower beds. It was also nice how there are constant guards at the tomb of the unknown soldier.
Ali Saeedi Kia | Jul 9, 2018
Very large green place, it,'s good for walking, running, relaxing and breathing pure oxygen. There also is a kid's playground that make this place ideal as an family park. There is a big skate rink too.
Kerttu Northman | Jul 15, 2018
Сравнительно небольшой, но вполне можно его посетить. Расположен в историческом центре, так что далеко особо от основных туристических дорожек уходить не надо. Красивый ряд статуй, много людей, музыканты, много скамеек, шикарный фонтан и гроб неизвестного солдата. Интересная атмосфера и хорошее место для отдыха в жаркий летний день.
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