What is the best way to explore a new place that you've never been to? Let's just walk into it, and blend yourself in it like a local. Of course there's a lot of different ways to get to the Old Town in Warsaw, you could simply just take a bus, tram or even a taxi. However, if you prefer walking like me, I'd suggest that you should reach the old town from the other side across the Vistula River, and take a walk on the Śląsko-Dąbrowski Bridge. As you will be able to see The Royal Castle in Warsaw from far, and that's also the starting point for you to truly walk into the Warsaw Old Town.
So what makes the Warsaw Old Town special? To be honest, I found this old town quite new in the way it looks like. It's just like freshly repainted so that it's colourful everywhere. And perhaps this makes the Old Town so special. I guess this was the busiest old town that I've ever been to though...
There's really not much you could do in the Old Town if you are not a museum person. However, the architectures here are amazing. I love how the colours and buildings work together. So I believe that The Royal Castle in Warsaw is something that you might not want to miss when you are in the Old Town area. There's also quite a lot of "instagramable" spots inside the castle and you might end up spending lots of time here, trying to get the best shots from them. Haha!
I'm going to write a blog post about the traditional Polish food that I had when I was in the Old Town very soon. Just keep an eye on it!