A former royal residence on an artificial island in a lake in Lazienki Park.
This palace started as a baroque bathhouse in the 17th-century. King Stanislaw August Poniatowski then turned it into a neoclassical royal palace towards the end of the 18th-century.
Wandering around the palace, you’ll see 140 Flemish paintings from King Stanislaw’s private collection. The highly decorated rooms are filled with classical references, like the marble reliefs depicting scenes from the Roman poet Ovid’s Metamorphoses in the ballroom.
Make sure you walk around the Palace grounds and enjoy the views across the 76 acres of Lazienki Park.