First Warsaw Golf & Country Club (Golfowa 44, Rajszew; tel. 22/782-45-55;, located 29km (18 miles) from the city, is an 18-hole facility, complete with a driving range, equipment rental, and English-speaking staff.


 Warsaw has woefully few attractions targeted at kids, but the saving grace is there's always a playground at hand. In and around the Old Town, the swings and slides are in the Saxon Garden (Ogród Saski, near the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier) and in Krasinkich Garden (near the Monument to the Warsaw Uprising). Along the Royal Route, the play area in Ujazdowski Park (al. Ujazdowskie) is often crowded. There's also a sandy play corner in the southern section of Lazienki Park. In the Zoliborz district in the north, Park S. Zeromskiego (pl. Wilsona) has a large playground, and the nearby Kalimba i Kofifi cafe and shop is very family-friendly. One of the largest rumble-and-tumble terrains is the Jordanowski Garden (at the corner of al. Niepodlegosci and Odynca St.) in the Mokotów district; the nearest subway station is Racawicka.


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