Presidential Palace in Warsaw is located on the street Krakowskie Przedmiescie 46/48. It is the official residence of the President of Poland. Its original construction started in 1643. The palace had a lush history, was ograbywany by the Swedes and burned down in 1852. When a fire destroyed the main building, and the only survivor of the premises located on the ground floor, which protected the strong vaults. Soon after, the palace was restored, and today you can admire its appearance, which is a representation of the neoclassical style. Today it is the largest palace in Warsaw. It consists of four floors and two lateral wings. A major advantage of the palace is a beautiful garden of an Italian style. The palace has many sumptuous halls, for example Nowosielski room with numerous painting works of the artist, White Hall - one of the most representative sites, which hosts discussions of heads of state, during which their wives waiting in the Rococo Hall. In the Blue Hall they held conferences and, in the Ballroom take place all important state ceremonies. The palace is decorated with many works of art, beautiful paintings and elegant chandeliers. Visiting the Presidential Palace takes place only for groups, by appointment, from Monday to Friday, 9: 00-15: 00.