Any number of buses stop in front of the park’s three main entrances on 'Al. Ujazdowskie', including numbers 116, 166 and 180 from theOld Town/Nowy Świat. Bus108 takes you from 'Plac Trzech Krzyży' to stop 'Agrykola', on the park's eastern edge - bus162 gets you to the same location but from the Praga disctrict at stop Dw. Wileński. From the city centre, however, perhaps the easiest way of reaching Łazienki is to take trams4 and 35 from 'Centrum' (or 10 and 14 from 'Dw. Centralny') to 'Pl. Unii Lubelskiej,' and walk 300 metres along ul. Bagatela to the park’s southern entrance, in front of the Belvedere Palace. Orientation around the park is relatively easy given the prominent placement of maps and signs - in Polish and English - in key locations. There is also a very good Łazienki complex map (again, in Polish and English) which can be picked up for free from the Palace on the Island. If you enter the park via any of the entrances on Al. Ujazdowskie, chances are you will end up, willingly or not, via some surprisingly hilly paths set with tall trees, at the vast artificial lake in the park’s centre, straddled by the magnificent Palace on the Island. In doing so however, you risk missing out on a few treasures, such as The Museum of Hunting & Horsemanship, so try to circumnavigate the park instead. While you can buy tickets for each Łazienki attraction individually, you can also purchase a one-day ticket (45/30zł) which offers single-access to a chunk of the attractions (the Botanical Garden is not among them).