Romantic Things To Do In Warsaw For Couples

Warsaw is the capital of Poland. Some people love it, some hate it. It’s all because the city was almost completely destroyed during World War II and its architecture is quite odd. Due to its uniqueness, there are many romantic things to do in Warsaw for couples.

Those who like Polish capital say that it’s better than Krakow or Zakopane. It is hard to say whether they are right or wrong, as these destinations are completely different. One thing is certain though- it is surprisingly easy to fall in love with Warsaw.

This romantic guide is perfect for those who wonder where to spend a date in Warsaw. It’s also an interesting read for the couples and all the other tender-hearted souls who want to discover the idyllic side of the Polish capital. 

Here’s a map of the most romantic places in Warsaw for couples that you can find in this post:

Read also–> the most romantic places in Poland.


Stanisława Kostki Potockiego 10/16, 02-958 Warszawa

The Wilanów Palace is one of the few buildings that survived two World Wars. Most of the amazing architecture of Warsaw was totally destroyed.

This beautiful baroque castle was built in the 17th century by one of the best Polish kings: Jan III Sobieski. Not only was he a great ruler but also a loving husband. The romantic letters that he has written to his wife, Marysieńka, are famous to this day. It makes Wilanow one of the most romantic places in Warsaw.

The palace is surrounded by a beautiful garden. It is a great area to relax and unwind in the capital of Poland. What can be better than a romantic walk with someone you love?

If you want to get the most out of your visit to Wilanow, book a private tour.

TIP: Most tourists don’t know that there is a lake close to the palace. You can rent a boat there and take a romantic Warsaw cruise with your partner.

Valentine’s Bridge

Wilanowska and Przyczółkowa intersection (Potok Służewiecki)

This cute love bridge is the most romantic hidden gem of Poland! It is located quite close to the palace in Wilanow and it’s best to visit at night. The three hearts that you can see in the picture below are beautifully highlighted after dark.

Like in most other places in the world, lovers are hanging the padlocks on the bridge, promising each other eternal love. According to tradition, they need to throw away the key to the river afterward.

Visiting Love Heart Bridge is definitely one of the most romantic things to do in Warsaw for couples.


Aleje Jerozolimskie 51, 00-001 Warszawa

It is one of the best spots for a date in Warsaw. Fotoplastikon was very popular in the past, especially in the short period between the First and the Second World Wars. People could see their places that weren’t available to everyone. Where else could they watch wild African lions or the modern landscape of New York City?

Fotoplastikon is a place unique on a global scale. It has a specific atmosphere that cannot be compared to anything else. 

TIP: One of the most popular Warsaw shopping malls is located across the street from Fotoplastikon. Go to Zlote Tarasy, if you want to buy some Warsaw souvenirs.

Łazienki Królewskie

Aleje Ujazdowskie, Szucha, Armii Ludowej, Myśliwiecka, Gagrina; more info here.

Łazienki Królewskie is the city’s biggest park and one of the most romantic places in Warsaw. It’s located in the center, so it’s like a green oasis in the heart of the Polish capital.

You can spend hours walking around Łazienki. There are many beautiful monuments, restaurants and a lake in the park, so you won’t get bored there.

Copernicus Science Centre

Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 20, 00-390 Warszawa

Centrum Nauki Kopernik is a perfect idea for a romantic date in Warsaw! It is an interactive museum where you can learn a lot about science and the world in general. You can check how you’ll look when you are old or fight a mental battle with your partner (using willpower).

It’s so much fun! We spent a few hours at Copernicus Science Centre. For us, it is one of the best museums in Warsaw and the top tourist attraction in the capital of Poland.

TIP: With a Warsaw city pass, admission to Copernicus Science Centre, as well as to many other tourist attractions in the city, is free. You can buy a Warsaw travel card online or at any Tourist Information Point in the city.

Check out also: Neon Museum in Warsaw.

Old Town of Warsaw

Hands down, Old Town is number 1 of all the cool places in Warsaw. It is perfect to visit all year long. No matter if it’s cold or hot outside, there is always a lot going on at Krakowskie Przedmieście street.

The beautiful architecture, awesome restaurants, cafes, and unique atmosphere are what make this place special. Walking around the narrow and empty streets of Old Town is one of the most romantic things to do in Warsaw.

If you want to see Warsaw at night, there is no better place to go than the Old Town.

Pałac Kultury i Nauki

plac Defilad 1, 00-901 Warszawa

The Palace of Culture and Science is a landmark of Poland. It is located in the heart of the city, close to the main bus and train stations.

Some people love it, some hate it. It is the remainder of the communist time in Poland. The specific Stalinist architecture of this building can also be found in other post-communist countries like Riga or Moscow.

What’s interesting, Pałac Kultury is the tallest building in Poland. You can get almost to the top of it to see the beautiful aerial view of Warsaw. The admission is 20 PLN ($5.5) per person.

E.Wedel Chocolate Store 

Szpitalna 8, 00-031 Warszawa

Wedel is the most famous chocolate brand in Poland. They have an old-fashioned store in the heart of Warsaw. It’s definitely one of the best places for a date in Warsaw!

Couples Massage

While it’s not one of the most unique things to do in Warsaw, it’s always a great idea for a date. If you are looking for the best massage in Warsaw to go with your partner, consider visiting Tajskie Spa. There is nothing better than a Thai massage!

If you are looking for something more regional, go to My Masujemy. They even have a lesson for couples on how to give each other the best massage!

Where To Stay In Warsaw?

If you want to find the best place to stay in Warsaw, be sure to choose the hotel in the city center. It’s good to have all the tourist attractions within the walking distance.

If you are looking for a romantic hotel at an affordable price, check out Mercure Grand located on Krucza street. The modern rooms are fully equipped and have all the facilities you need like fast WiFi and a comfy bed.

If your budget is a bit higher, consider staying at another romantic hotel in Warsaw, Sofitel Victoria. It’s definitely the best Warsaw spa hotel.

Located just a few steps from the Presidential Palace and Krakowskie Przedmieście is a perfect accommodation even for the most demanding customers.

Map of hotels in Warsaw:

Best Romantic Tours In Warsaw For Couples

If you are visiting Warsaw for just a couple of days you probably want to get the most out of your time. There are many romantic tours in Warsaw for couples.

The most popular is, of course, the Warsaw bus tour. Hop on hop off buses are popular all around the world, and we love them, especially if our time in a specific place is limited. Here are the other great Warsaw excursions:

Warsaw Walking Tour

The center of Warsaw is closed to cars, that’s why the best way to see everything is to join the Warsaw walking tour.

This 2-hour tour is perfect for everyone. You will see all the important places in Warsaw’s Old Town (and you will have a chance to try traditional Polish cake). The price is really affordable, see more here.

Check out more recommended Warsaw Walking Tours here:

Warsaw Food Tour

Polish cuisine is much more than pierogi! If you want to taste the local dishes and get to know the rich Polish cuisine, join the Warsaw food tour.

When in Warsaw, be sure to try the famous Polish vodka! Buy it at the store or join a vodka-tasting tour.

Warsaw Concert Tour

Did you know that one of the greatest musicians of all time, Frederic Chopin (Fryderyk Szopen), was actually Polish? He moved to France to grow his career. Warsaw’s main airport was named after him.

While in Poland, it’s worth going on Warsaw Concert Tour to listen to the piano music he composed.
Check out the Warsaw Concert tour here.

Alternative Things To Do In Warsaw

A good way to explore Warsaw is by joining alternative Warsaw city tours by Odd Urban Things. They’ll bring you around Warsaw on a cult fire truck from Communist times and they’ll cover the main attractions as well as some hidden gems!

If your time in Poland is limited and all you have is a Warsaw layover, check out this tour. They will pick you up at the airport, show you all the important places in the city and drop you off anytime you want.

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Disclosure: We want to thank Mercure Grand and Sofitel Victoria for complimentary stays. All opinions presented in this post are honest and our own.

41 Responses

  1. Many tips to know for every couple want to get there; the romantic bridge is a pure gem of Poland, like you said! I have never been in Poland but it’s so close to my home (Sardinia), so maybe I can make a weekend there for Christmas time, it should be amazing!
    thanks for all the tips in your post, 😀

  2. Strange that I don’t remember seeing any travel lbog posts about Warsaw, ever. People just ignore it in favor of places like Krakow, so good of you to feature its attractions. I like the way you had an earlier impression of it and then gave it another chance.

    1. Thanks for your comment, Tom. Yes, Krakow is definitely more popular but Warsaw has a lot to offer as well!

      1. Hi, Karolina! My husband and I planned a romantic getaway to Warsaw for a weekend, while our daughter is spending some quality time with her grandparents. Your post has been most helpful in planning out stay there. Could you also recommend some mid priced romantic restaurants in the Old town area (we’ll be staying at Ibis) where we could enjoy the local cuisine? And maybe recommend some traditional dishes, as we are not familiar with Polish food. Thank you! Greetings from Romania!

        1. Glad you enjoyed our guide! There are two restaurants with traditional Polish food in the Old Town of Warsaw that we can definitely recommend: Podwale25 and Bazyliszek. If you want to visit really romantic place, check out Stary Dom (it’s quite far from the center though). Polish cuisine is very diversified, there are so many dishes that you should try! If you are a meat lover, choose schabowy/sznycel, bigos, gołąbki, kiełbasa or kaszanka. If you prefer vegetarian food, pierogi (dumplings), knedle or rosol is a must.
          Have fun in Warsaw :).

  3. Love is in the air! I love how you decided to give this place another go, despite your original feelings. How’s being a tourist in your home country?

    1. Thanks Sarah! It’s quite easy to be a tourist even in your homeland. We are traveling full time, so we just feel like tourists everywhere we go :).

  4. I think this is the first time I read a blog post about Warsaw. And Its a romantic guide! Okay seeing those gardens and pathway with trees makes it truely romantic.. and its seems not too crowded unlike what others said.

  5. I would love to have a walk especially in the old town but everything looks beautiful! Glad you had a romantic time in Warsaw. Thank you for sharing this selection with us 🙂

  6. I am planning on visiting Poland next year as i have friends living there. I will include Warsaw on my list of cities to visit too, it looks very beautiful. I bet in summer it gets even more wonderful. I like the look of the love bridge, I haven’t seen any other bridge to have hearts built on it. I bet that’s a really good dating spot.

  7. I was confused with Warsaw of Belgium 😛 🙂
    Romantic guides are so sweetly different. Hope to spend some beautiful moments there. Loved the setup in each of the hotels. 🙂

  8. Poland of me is all about heritage. It never struck me as romantic till I came across this post of yours. Now I have to plan an anniversary getaway here. 🙂 Thanks for sharing this.

    1. Poland is not only about awesome monuments- it’s definitely a great destination for the honeymoon or the anniversary trip :).

  9. The heart bridge is so cute! I’m not big on romantic things as it’s not what my boyfriend and I tend to do. But I would love to visit a chocolate store – definitely something I would be down to visit!

  10. It is strange that a beautiful place like Warsaw hasn’t really been talked about before. I am glad that you introduced it to us that too with a romantic touch. Will save it for future reference.

  11. Glad you gave it a second chance, the romantic tree lined pathways and Old Town look so picturesque. I also rather enjoy going for a walk and exploring hidden gems in cities rather than overload on too many tourist things or going out to party. Lovely guide!

  12. I spent a couple of days in Warsaw last year during winter, and there’s so many things from your list that I didn’t get to do! I would’ve loved a stop at the Chocolate Store, such a pity that I didn’t hear about it before! 🙂

    1. Chocolate Store is definitely a hidden gem of Warsaw! You need to visit the capital of Poland again to go there 😉

  13. The 3 heart bridge is gorgeous ! Sounds like the perfect place for a romantic weekend getaway.I love discovering Hidden gems like these.Thank you for sharing.

  14. Thanks for showing the different sides of Warsaw! Looks like there’re so many amazing gems out there. Poland is on my wishlist. Hope to go there someday in my life!

  15. I like the way you choose to describe Warsaw in romantic way. Bay covered with trees from both sides in Łazienki Królewskie and Wedel Chocolate store I found as the most romantic places.

  16. I actually had a first date with my husband in Warsaw! He took me to a romantic restaurant for a dinner. It was the Akademia Restaurant and we like to go back there, not only because of our great memories with this place:) It is very nice and romantic and the food is incredible. After our romantic dinner we went on a long walk and we were talking for hours. On the first sight Warsaw is not very romantic city, but it can also be very charming:)

    1. We haven’t been to Akademia Restaurant but we must go there next time we will be in Warsaw. Your first date seems really romantic! Best wishes to you and your husband :).

  17. We were in Poland for 7 days this summer and don’t have much time to visit Warsaw too. But this post is amazing and now I want to come back and visit this city with my friends.

  18. We visited many places in Warsaw during our stay, a beautiful place, we fell in love with this charming atmosphere. For sightseeing I recommend the Royal Castle as someone is interested in monuments, or if you want to rest then places by the river. The Akademia restaurant is a great place, delicious food and friendly service.

  19. I’ve read some just right stuff here. Certainly price bookmarking for revisiting.

    I wonder how much effort you set to make any such wonderful informative site.

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