“ A 2.4 kilometer stretch that runs between Mokotowa and Ursynow, Warsaw, Poland. „
Dolina Sluzewiecka which translates to Sluzew Valley is part of a 2.4km green belt of water and park, unfortunately a dual-carriageway runs relatively close to it so it is far from secluded. Located in a residential area, it gives a tourist a good view of day to day life and "park life" at the same time in Warsaw's southern districts of Mokotow and Ursynow whilst at the same time connecting the likes of "Krolikarnia" (also reviewed) and "Fort Sluzewiec" (likewise) as well as the metro line. Not so long ago this valley was part of countryside but due to the spurt in growth of the cities southern regions, it's very much urban these days.
Rarely given a visit by tourists, there's some nice water features and it's definitely a nice enough place to hang out, unfortunately competition for parks in the city is rife and due to the lack of either historic buildings or bars and restaurants this can't be compared to the likes of Park Saski, Ogrod Krasinskich, Pole Mokotowskie or Lazienki Park.
In fact it's going to be relatively low down any visitors lists of things to see but could make up one of many sightseeing things during a day in the south of the city. You can basically walk through it directly from Metro Ursynow and that's definitely the most straight-forward way of getting there.
A 2.4 kilometer stretch that runs between Mokotowa and Ursynow, Warsaw, Poland.