Saxon Garden in Warsaw was established and opened to the public during the 18th century, which makes it one of the oldest parks in the world made available to the public. The garden occupies an area of 15.5 hectares. Besides beautiful flowers and trees, Saxon Garden in Warsaw offers tourists and visitors other attractions, e.g. original Warsaw forts, the palace from the 17th century, rococo sculptures, the opera house, Church of St. Anthony of Padua, and many others.
Saxon Garden in Warsaw is a very popular place as its atmosphere of antiquity and tranquility offers an opportunity to relax quietly in the middle of the hustling and bustling metropolis. The park is open to public all year round.