One of the most beautiful squares in Europe
Also known by the name of St. Sigismund Square (Rynek Starego Miasta) it was begun in the XIII century and finished in the XIV. The facades combine elements of Renaissance, Baroque and Gothic and it's the most famous square in Warsaw where fairs were installed. In the center of the square there's a statue of a mermaid - the emblem of Warsaw. What we see today is a reconstruction of the original that was destroyed in World War II. There are also many tourist establishments, especially, cafes and restaurants.