Nowy Świat Street – also on the Royal Route, this one-kilometre artery leads southwards from Krakowskie Przedmieście down to Three Crosses Square. Nowy Świat Street’s origins lie in the 16th century when it was first used by the upper class to reach their properties in the countryside south of the old town. As Warsaw grew, the city’s wealthier and aristocratic residents built homes along the street. And by Napoleonic times these were remodelled from half-timbered buildings into fine Neoclassical mansions and villas. The thoroughfare has cafes, upmarket shops and international retailers and lots of nightspots with international clientele when the sun goes down.


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