The Royal Lazienki Park is the largest public park in Warsaw (Poland). It covers an area of about 80 Hectares. And houses a palace complex has a lake and a botanical garden. It is located on the southern boundary of the district Śródmieście on the Ujazdów Avenue (Move Ujazdowskie), and is part of the so-called “Royal Route” (trakt Królewski) of the Polish capital.
It is famous for housing the monument to composer Frederic Chopin and some beautiful mansions and interesting pavilions: the Palace on the island, the Belvedere Palace, the Amphitheatre, the White House, the Temple of Diana, among others. Most of these buildings have been transformed into museums in recent decades.