This large stretch of land includes the valleys run through by three rivers: the Bug, the Narew and the Vistula. It also contains several forest regions including the Green and White Forests. Visitors staying in hotels in the Masovian Plain come to marvel at its gorges, valleys and open spaces. They may go to Plock, Nidzica or Hawa. They leave their Masovian Plain hotels to visit Chopin’s house and museum in Zelazowa Wola. In its gardens, you can catch a free Chopin concert. There is also a marble obelisk erected to commemorate the composer’s birthday. Check with EasyToBook.com for accommodations, including Masovian Plain cheap hotels.
Many people come to Masovian Plain to visit one place – Warsaw. They need, therefore, to stay for more than a weekend. The Masovian Plain can then show you all the sights of Warsaw. It could become expensive. If you are on a budget look for discount hotels. Masovian Plain then becomes more affordable. You can then visit the Warsaw Mermaid, the Palace of Culture and Science and the Neoclassical Palace on the Water with its wandering peacocks and overhanging tree branches. For something completely different, visit the Former Warsaw Ghetto and Insurgent’s Square.