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Warsaw: Warsaw Ghetto Private Walking Tour with Hotel Pickup

1. Warsaw: Warsaw Ghetto Private Walking Tour with Hotel Pickup

Experience an informative and impressive tour of the Warsaw Ghetto. The topic of this tour is the history of the establishment and liquidation of the largest ghetto in Europe. In 1940 the Nazis established the ghetto in the heart of Warsaw. Over 400,000 Jews from Warsaw and the surrounding area were crammed in an area of 4 square kilometers. 100,000 people died here from exhaustion, hunger, and disease and more than 300,000 were killed in Treblinka extermination camp. As a result of the attempt to completely liquidate the ghetto, an uprising broke out in 1943. The unequal struggle between the rebels against the armed German troops lasted nearly one month. In revenge, the Nazis completely destroyed the ghetto. It was survived by only a few Jews including Władysław Szpilman, the hero of the movie “The Pianist” by Roman Polanski. Before the Second World War, the second largest Jewish community lived in Warsaw, making up 30 percent of the entire city population. Within less than 3 years, the Jewish community no longer existed in Warsaw. During this 3-hour tour you will explore the real places and hear authentic stories. Discover fragments of the ghetto walls, the last street of the ghetto, and neighborhoods that were located within the ghetto. Visit the only synagogue that survived the Second World War and is still in operation. Find out where the supposed logic of destruction came from and how the plan of the final solution was put into action. Learn about everyday life in the ghetto, why the Jews took up arms, and who helped them. Discover the symbolism of the Umschlagplatz (collection point) and the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes. Although the ghetto has no longer existed for a long time, its history needs to be told.

Warsaw: Jewish Ghetto Private Tour

2. Warsaw: Jewish Ghetto Private Tour

During this 3-hour tour you will explore the real-life neighborhoods, streets, and homes that made up the Warsaw Ghetto, the largest of all the Jewish ghettos in German-occupied Europe during World War II. Learn from a professional guide who will weave together the harrowing stories of everyday life in the ghetto while you explore fragments of the ghetto walls, the last street of the ghetto, and the still-functioning synagogue that survived the Second World War. Learn about the history of this haunting place where German authorities imprisoned Jews, located in the Muranów neighborhood of the Polish capital, between October and November 1940. Over 400,000 Jews from Warsaw and the surrounding area were located in this area of four square kilometers. 100,000 people died here from exhaustion, hunger, disease and more than 300,000 were killed in the nearby Treblinka extermination camp. Discover the ghetto's history, including the 1943 uprising, and its lasting legacy. 

Warsaw: Private Transfer to/from Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW)

3. Warsaw: Private Transfer to/from Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW)

Ensure your trip to Warsaw is hassle-free with a convenient private transfer to or from Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW). Choose from 3 suitable vehicle options that all give you the comfort and space your transfer needs. Enjoy a friendly meet and greet service from an English-speaking professional driver at the airport's arrivals hall. Have assistance with your luggage, then board the comfortable air-conditioned vehicle. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride as you are taken to your destination. For groups of 3 passengers or fewer, choose from a Sedan vehicle that can fit 3 standard-sized pieces of luggage. Alternatively, for groups of up to 8 passengers, choose the minivan option that can fit 8 standard-sized pieces of luggage.

Warsaw: Full-day Tour to Krakow and Auschwitz by Train

4. Warsaw: Full-day Tour to Krakow and Auschwitz by Train

Following an early morning pickup from your accommodation in Warsaw, get transferred to the train station with a private vehicle. Your English-speaking driver will assist you with the check-in and wait until you are boarded for the train to Krakow. After a short train ride, you will be welcomed by a local English-speaking driver and start your tour via shared transportation to Auschwitz. Embark on a 3.5-hour guided group tour of Auschwitz and Birkenau. Start the tour with a visit to the Auschwitz concentration camp where you'll learn about how its establishment by German Nazis on the outskirts of the town Oswiecim in 1940. After the war, the camp was turned into a museum displaying evidence of the genocide, which you will have the opportunity to browse. In the museum watch a film made after the liberation of the camp shown in various languages. After spending time in Auschwitz continue the tour to the Birkenau section of the concentration camp. Discover how, in 1941, the German Nazis established a new camp called Auschwitz II Birkenau. Between 1942-1945, approximately 1.5 million people lived and died here. Around 90% of them were Jews, others were Poles, Gypsies, Russians, and prisoners from 28 countries of Europe. In 1979, Auschwitz–Birkenau Concentration Camp was listed as a UNESCO World Culture and National Heritage Site. Depart Auschwitz-Birkenau for a 1.5-hour journey to Krakow. You will have three hours of free time to see the Main Market Square in Krakow, the biggest Medieval old town square in Europe. In the Old Town, visit Wawel Hill where the Cathedral and the Royal Castle are, the Town Hall Tower, St. Mary’s Basilica, Krakow Barbican, and Sukiennice, famously known as the Cloth Hall. Absorb the city's unique atmosphere with its thousands of bars and delightful regional restaurants, historic buildings, and horse-driven cabs. During the trip, there will be time to eat lunch in a restaurant. After your time in Krakow board the train at about 7.30 PM, get picked up at the platform and be transferred from the train station back to your hotel in Warsaw.

Warsaw: Chopin & Modlin Airport Transfers

5. Warsaw: Chopin & Modlin Airport Transfers

Book a chauffeured service and avoid the hassle of public transport and long taxi queues when your arrive at either Chopin or Modlin Airport in Warsaw. Get an experienced driver, full of local knowledge, who is always ready to assist you. By tracking your flight, your driver will be waiting for you on time at the arrival hall. Your driver will get you from the airport to your accommodation in Warsaw (hotel, airbnb or private apartment) in a safe, stress-free manner. Choose from a selection of modern vehicles that best suits the size of your group and luggage needs. Our vehicles are disinfected before each transfer and hand sanitizers are available in each car. Do not hesitate to book a private transportation service for your next stay in Warsaw.

Warsaw Half-Day Private Panoramic Tour

6. Warsaw Half-Day Private Panoramic Tour

Get to know the sights in Poland's capital on a tour to explore the city of Warsaw. With the company of a private guide, visit some of the most important sites from the city's long and remarkable past, all as you get to know the city's background and its role in the history of Poland. Start your route with a visit to the city's Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Now inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List, after World War II, much of Warsaw lay in ruins. But it has been painstakingly restored to its former glory, with buildings dating from the 13th to the 20th-Century. Pass the former residence of Polish monarchs at the Royal Castle, the Baroque edifice of Krasinski Palace, the modern columns of the Supreme Court building, and the monument dedicated to the Warsaw Uprising of 1944. Next, visit the city's largest park, Lazienki Park, where you see the famous monument to Frederic Chopin. During World War II, the Royal Lazienki was extensively plundered and heavily damaged by the German occupiers. In 1960, after many years of careful restoration, the Royal Lazienki was returned to the Polish people as a museum. Walk around the sublime park with its serene Palace on the Water, see the beautiful Orangery and Amphitheatre, and admire the exquisite Island Theatre, nestled among the sound of ducks and swans. Take the chance to relax in the beautiful rose garden and among the amazing nature of this place before the tour comes to an end with a ride back to your hotel.

Warsaw: Three-Hour Tour of Daily Life in the Ghetto

7. Warsaw: Three-Hour Tour of Daily Life in the Ghetto

Experience an informative and impressive tour of everyday life in the Warsaw Ghetto, which was the biggest ghetto in Europe. In 1940, the Nazis set up the ghetto in the very heart of Warsaw. 460,000 Jews from Warsaw and the surrounding area were herded together in an area of just four square kilometers. 100,000 people died here from exhaustion, hunger, and disease. Over 300,000 were sent away to the Treblinka extermination camp. In 1943, an uprising broke out in the ghetto in response to an attempt to totally liquidate it. In an act of revenge, the Nazis laid waste the area of the ghetto. In just three years, Jewish Warsaw had ceased to exist. During this 3-hour tour, you will see real places and hear authentic stories. You will get to know what the ghetto was, how daily life problems were solved, and why the uprising broke out. You will hear about the destruction, helpfulness, indifference, blackmail, and resistance. Furthermore, you will learn about the Underground Archive of the Warsaw Ghetto and the secret organization Oneg Shabbat, which took on the task of documenting the life in the ghetto. The archive survived the war in metal cases and milk cans and was entered into the UNESCO Memory of the World register, which comprises the most important documents preserved by mankind. You will also get to know the history of the courier of the Polish Underground State, who was among the first people to tell the world about the Holocaust. You will see the last preserved street of the ghetto, remains of the ghetto wall, the former location of the Footbridge over Chłodna Street, and the bunker at 18 Miła Street. You will also learn about the symbolism of the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes, the Umschlagplatz, and the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Although the ghetto itself long ago ceased to exist, it is worthwhile to know its history.

From Warsaw: Private Full-Day Suntago Water World Trip

8. From Warsaw: Private Full-Day Suntago Water World Trip

Escape the hustle and bustle of Warsaw and experience the thrill of Europe's largest waterpark, located just outside Warsaw and featuring 30 slides, thermal baths, mineral pools, a spa complex and over 10 different types of saunas.  After getting picked up from your hotel in Warsaw, travel to the park and explore the 3 distinct sections: Jamango Water Jungle, Relax and the Saunarium. In Jamango, enjoy fun for all the family with various swimming pools, a “lazy river”, a wave pool with a retractable roof, an artificial surf park and several slides. The other 2 areas are reserved for guests over the age of 16. In the Relax zone, enjoy a calming oasis filled with 700 palm trees dotted around tropical gardens, heated thermal pools, and a swim-up bar. In the saunarium, relax on one of the sunbeds or make your way through the neverending network of saunas, steam rooms, and relaxation areas set to different temperatures and humidities. At the end of the day, get dropped off back at your hotel in Warsaw.

Gdansk: Private Guided Tour to Warsaw with Transportation

9. Gdansk: Private Guided Tour to Warsaw with Transportation

The day begins with pickup from your accommodation in Gdansk and heads to the train station where you travel by train to Warsaw, or drive directly to the city (depending on option selected). Upon arrival in Warsaw, meet your local guide and set off into the historic city streets.  Pass by iconic sights and landmarks, including the Palace of Culture and Science, the Grand Theater, and Saxon Garden, home to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Head into the Old Town district and soak up the charm of this idyllic neighborhood. See the magnificent Royal Castle, and learn about the impressive Polish Kings who once lived here. Wander through Market Square next, then see the Warsaw Barbican and Uprising Monument.  Finally, enjoy a visit to the impressive Wilanow Park, a complex of palaces and vibrant gardens. Admire the richly decorated interior as you explore the impressive White Hall and Apartments of King Jan III Sobieksi. At the end of an insightful day, relax on the return journey to Gdansk.

Warsaw Modlin Airport: Private Economy Transfer

10. Warsaw Modlin Airport: Private Economy Transfer

Airport transfers include a private, modern and comfortable Mercedes Benz/Skoda/Toyata car or van operated by a friendly, English-speaking driver who will be waiting for you upon your arrival to give you a hand with your luggage and assist you to the car. Transfers from Warsaw Modlin Airport to the city center take around 45 to 50 minutes. If you book a transfer from Warsaw city center to Warsaw Modlin Airport, pick-up time should be set at least 2-hours before your flight departure time. Necessary amenities can be provided for this service such as child seats or booster seats if you are traveling with little children. Standard car fits 1 to 8 passengers, but it is also possible to accommodate larger groups.

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What people are saying about Warsaw

Picked us up from our hostel right when they said they would, took us to the train station and mad sure we got on the correct train, spend an hour in Krakow before heading to Auschwitz, enough time to get a quick bite to eat then off to the tour where we had an excellent guide. The only part of the experience that wasn't great was having 3 hours from the time the tour ended until we had to catch the train back to Warsaw, but if it wasn't cold and rainy in Krakow it would have been much easier to find things to take up the time. 9verall great experience.

Mary was excellent. She guided us through sites of the former ghetto and despite the volume of information narrated very well the history and kept us captivated the entire tour. Her tour is very thorough and was so interesting that it felt like we had only been together for an hour after 3 hours of walking talking and visiting the different sites. I highly recommend this tour with Mary

Very long day so pack snacks, all was organised for us which was great, shown exactly where the next meeting point was. Coach was comfortable. Auswitz itself was haunting, good experience though. Wear comfy shoes and wrap up as can be windy there.

Guide and drivers were amazing but the price is too high (I made a comparison with the price of everything included and this is very very overrated). But lived the experience anyway

Mary was fabulous! My daughter and I learned so much and Mary was patient with all our questions and knowledgeable about everything we asked.