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Warsaw Old Town & More Walking Tour

Warsaw Old Town & More Walking Tour

Welcome to the captivating Warsaw Old Town walking tour, commencing in front of the impressive 22-meter-high Sigismund's Column on Castle Square. The focal point of our tour is the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1980. Our knowledgeable city guide will unveil the following highlights: 1. Market Square: Discover the bustling heart of the Old Town, adorned with the iconic statue of the Warsaw Mermaid. Take in the vibrant atmosphere and admire the charming architecture. 2. The Narrowest House Façade: Marvel at the architectural curiosity of the narrowest house façade, a testament to Warsaw's unique charm and ingenuity. 3. St. John's Cathedral and the Jesuit Church: Explore these magnificent religious landmarks, each boasting its own rich history and architectural splendor. 4. City Wall and the Barbican: Encounter the remnants of the city wall, accompanied by the formidable Barbican. Discover the defensive structures that once protected Warsaw. 5. Viewing Terrace in the Old Town: Ascend to the viewing terrace and savor a breathtaking panoramic view of the river and the cityscape, capturing the essence of Warsaw's beauty. But our tour doesn't stop at the Old Town alone. The "More" on this city tour encompasses the following sights and topics: 1. Royal Castle and the Royal Gardens: Immerse yourself in the grandeur of the Royal Castle and wander through the serene Royal Gardens, relishing the regal ambiance. 2. New Town and Marie Curie's Birthplace: Explore the charming New Town and visit the birthplace of the renowned scientist, Marie Curie, gaining insights into her remarkable life and achievements. 3. Ghetto Wall Monument and Jewish Heritage: Pay homage to the Jewish heritage at the Ghetto Wall Monument, and learn about the Jewish Uprising of 1943 and the significant role it played in Warsaw's history. 4. Monument of the Warsaw Uprising of 1944: Gain a deeper understanding of the monumental Warsaw Uprising of 1944 as you stand before its commemorative monument, with our guide providing detailed explanations of the historic event. In addition to the tour's enriching insights, our guide will share a wealth of recommendations, including the best Polish restaurants, cafés, and a must-visit traditional pastry shop nestled within the Old Town. Rest assured, you won't be confined to tourist-packed areas throughout the tour. Our experienced guides know the secret paths that allow us to fully savor the Old Town, away from the bustling crowds. Join us on this captivating journey and immerse yourself in the wonders of Warsaw's Old Town and beyond. Small Groups: To create a cozy and personalized experience, we limit our group size to a maximum of 15 people, even for public walking tours. Meeting Point and Guide Recognition: Arriving 5 to 10 minutes before the scheduled start time at the meeting point is sufficient. Look for our guide holding a white umbrella, making them easily recognizable in the crowd.

Warsaw: 3-Hour Panoramic City Bus Tour with Pickup

Warsaw: 3-Hour Panoramic City Bus Tour with Pickup

Take a 3-hour comprehensive tour of the main highlights of Warsaw on a comfortable air-conditioned bus with a group of 15 participants at most. Learn about the somber and troubled history of the city by visiting some of the remaining sites and monuments to the uprisings and tragedies that took place in Warsaw during WWII. Your knowledgeable guide will also point out some iconic architectural wonders along the way.   Start your trip in the Royal Garden Lazienki, full of monuments that survived the war. The next stop will be the Monument to Warsaw Ghetto Heroes, which commemorates the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising during WWII. Continue on to Umschlagplatz, one of the most heartbreaking places in Warsaw: on this square, Nazis loaded Jewish people into carriages and transported them to Treblinka concentration camp.   Visit Warsaw’s Old Town, where the Royal Castle is located—destroyed during the Warsaw Uprising in 1944, the castle was rebuilt in 1984 and remains today one of the city’s most iconic landmarks. In the Old Town you’ll also drive by the Archcathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist, one of the most important churches in Warsaw. The building was created in a specific Masovian Gothic style and went through the same destruction and rebuilding as the Royal Castle.     Next, take a stroll through the Old Town with your guide—take in the magical atmosphere of the old town and explore Barbicam, a defensive wall made in the Gothic style with handmade red bricks. Finish off this historical tour with a visit to the Warsaw Uprising Monument, the most expressive and symbolic monument in Warsaw. Here, you can take a moment to process all that you’ve seen during the day.

Warsaw: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Warsaw: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Welcome to the Warsaw Self-guided Audio Tour, a captivating journey through the heart of Poland's vibrant capital. Immerse yourself in the rich history, culture, and dynamic spirit of Warsaw as you explore its iconic landmarks and hidden gems at your own pace. This audio tour is designed to provide you with a personalized and insightful experience, allowing you to discover the city's stories and secrets while enjoying the freedom to wander through its charming streets. As you embark on this self-guided adventure, you'll encounter a tapestry of historical narratives, from the medieval origins of the Old Town to the resilient spirit of Warsaw during World War II and its post-war reconstruction. Listen to fascinating anecdotes about the city's architecture, witness the juxtaposition of old and new, and feel the pulse of Warsaw's contemporary vibe. Whether you're a history enthusiast, architecture lover, or someone simply seeking to soak up the local atmosphere, this self-guided audio tour will be your companion, providing a seamless blend of information and entertainment. Let the narrations guide you through the city's diverse neighborhoods, inviting you to appreciate the unique charm of each district. Learn more about the top 18 tourist attractions in Warsaw. Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in this audio commentary which starts from the city's central station then the itinerary gradually moves one by one. 1. Warsaw Central Railway Station 2. Palace of Culture and Science 3. Museum of Fryderyk Chopin 4. The National Museum in Warsaw 5. Chopin Monument 6. Łazienki Park 7. Warsaw University Library 8. Copernicus Science Centre 9. Warsaw University Library 10. Royal Castle 11. Warsaw Old Town 12. Castle Square 13. Old Town Market Square 14. Warsaw Barbican 15. Warsaw Uprising Monument 16. POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews 17. Warsaw Uprising Museum So, grab your headphones, set your own pace, and let the Warsaw Self-guided Audio Tour be your key to unlocking the captivating stories woven into the fabric of this remarkable city. Enjoy your exploration of Warsaw, where history meets modernity in a harmonious dance that reflects the resilience and dynamism of its people.

Warsaw Uprising and WWII Old Town Walking Tour with Museum

Warsaw Uprising and WWII Old Town Walking Tour with Museum

Warsaw is known as the city that rose from its ashes, but do you know the story of the brave Polish soldiers and ordinary citizens who fought for its freedom? On this Expert-led Old Town tour you will learn the history of WWII in your native language, and we can help you skip the lines to the world-class Warsaw Uprising Museum. Experience the year 1944 in Poland. Book this 2-hour private tour to discover the traces of World War II in Warsaw Old Town. The walking tour will start at an easily-reachable meeting point in Castle Square, where you can see the beautiful Royal Castle that was, along with all the buildings in the city center, reconstructed after WWII. From there, you will explore the charming streets of the Old Town with your Private Guide, discovering interesting history and war memorials along the way, such as the Warsaw Uprising Monument, which is located only a few steps away from the former Jewish ghetto boundary markers, and the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes. Book a 3-hour tour to receive skip-the-line tickets to the Warsaw Rising Museum. It is a leading museum on World War II with great information and interactive exhibits, so it’s a great opportunity to go deeper into the subject and see a replica bomber and artifacts from the 1944 Warsaw Uprising. After the Old Town walking tour, the guide will take you directly to the museum by tram or bus (tickets are included). With our pre-booked tickets, you will skip the lines to the Warsaw Uprising Museum and freely explore the exhibitions at your own pace with audio guide commentary available in 27 languages.

Electric Scooter Tour: Full Tour - 3-Hours of Magic!

Electric Scooter Tour: Full Tour - 3-Hours of Magic!

Explore Warsaw and have fun on an electric scooter. Get the best recommendations from your local guide. The environmentally-friendly electric scooters avoid the need for long and tiring walks. Instead, jump aboard and ride your own scooter from location to location. The tour will 3 hours during which you will get the essence of Warsaw. This is our full package tour. After a brief training session, the tour heads past the most important buildings and monuments of the city. Your guide will relate their history and recommend other places to visit during your stay in Warsaw. During the tour you will see places: Castle Square | Sigismund’s Column | Royal Castle | Goliath Caterpillar at the Catedral | Canon Square with Bell Monument | Old Town’s Narrowest House | Old Town Market Square | Warsaw Mermaid | Barbican | Maria Skłodowska Curie Museum | New Town Market Square | Multimedia Fountain Park | Old Gunpowder House | Warsaw Uprising Monument | Krasińskich Square | Krasińskich Garden | Old Ghetto | Monument to the Ghetto Heroes | Polin Museum | Anielewicz Bunker | Umschlagplatz | Footbridge of Memory | Grzybowski Square | 4 Tenement Houses at Próżna Street | Palace of Culture and Science | Saski Garden | Tomb of the Unknown Soldier | Hotel Bristol and European | Presidential Palace We wish you a great tour. Segway Point.

Warsaw Historic Heart Walking Tour - must-see & hidden gems

Warsaw Historic Heart Walking Tour - must-see & hidden gems

Warsaw. The phoenix city. The Paris of the east. The queen who never was. Warsaw is the city that you don’t know you wanted to visit, but will be so happy you did. Join us on the “Historic Heart of Warsaw” walking tour and discover one of the greatest European stories you haven’t heard of. Uncover the fantastic stories of the capital of a once great and powerful nation as we take in all the must-see sites (and a few extra hidden gems for good measure). Sign up for this walking tour if you want to hear about: - why Warsaw is also called the phoenix city - how Warsaw was the first to put famous people on pedestals (quite literally) - the symbol of Warsaw and the interesting legend surrounding it - why the Old Town is on UNESCO’s World Heritage list - how to make even your most secret wish come true simply by counting to three Don't just visit Warsaw, discover it! Tour duration: approx. 2h Distance: approx. 1,5 km

World War II Warsaw Old Town, Military Cemetery Walking Tour

World War II Warsaw Old Town, Military Cemetery Walking Tour

Do you know what led to the Warsaw Rising of August 1944? On this private tour, we'll recreate the events of World War II, following the history of occupation, destruction and liberation of Warsaw and its heroes. We'll show you what's behind the beautifully reconstructed Old Town. Immerse yourself in the true and uncensored history of World War II in Warsaw! Discover World War II sites in Warsaw Old Town on a 2-hour walking tour with a Local History Guide. Your journey back in time will begin at the Market Square, which was completely destroyed during the fight for the liberation of Warsaw from German occupation. The vivid story told by your passionate Private Guide will help you properly understand the events that led to the German Occupation of Poland and the course and effects of World War II in Warsaw and beyond. On this tour will follow the WWII trail in the Old Town and see memorial sites such as the Warsaw Uprising Monument, which commemorates the sacrifice of anti-Nazi resistance fighters such as General Tadeusz Komorowski. You will learn about the underground movement, spies and everyday heroes. You will also learn about the largest of the Nazi ghettos during World War II and its uprising as you will pass by the former boundary markers of Warsaw Ghetto. At the end of the tour, you will have the opportunity to pay your respects at the symbolic site of the Tomb of an Unknown Soldier. Book a 4-hour WWII tour to learn more about the war in Warsaw Old Town and Military Cemetery. We provide two-way public transport tickets to the Powazki Military Cemetery, so you won't have to walk all the way! Visit the necropolis that honors members of the Polish military, where many World War II heroes are buried. Together with your Private Guide you will discover the true cost of the German occupation of Poland.

Warsaw: Private Polish Beer Tasting Tour with a Guide

Warsaw: Private Polish Beer Tasting Tour with a Guide

"Take part in a funny and educational Beer Tasting Tour with the accompaniment of a Private Beer Guide and make your day or evening very special. The main concept of the tour is to make you try the best Polish popular, regional and craft beers. With commentary of the 5-Star Beer Expert you will be able to compare the taste, smell or color and understand the difference in beer quality and price. You can also expect to learn interesting facts or anecdotes about the city's general history, breweries and everyday life of its citizens from the middle ages to modern time. But also the Guide will tell you many stories about Polish culture and customs that will shock you as those are very colorful. The Guide is professional with an Official License which guarantees his knowledge. However, the communication and Guide age is adjusted to the preferences of your group and the occasion. So if you book the experience for a Stag Party, we will make it more fun, but if you have chosen a tour for a birthday to have some fun and learn about the city and beer in an alternative way, we will prepare the tour according to your expectation. So all in all just let’s take part in this fun and cultural experience which will offer an insightful introduction to the world of Polish beers. You'll spend time only with your group of friends or family as it’s a private tour, and your guide will take care of you personally, explain to you each beer that you will drink. The 2-hour tasting tour is the perfect choice as a before party to get to know the best spots in the city to which you can return on the following days. Also for single travelers, couples and groups who love to have fun with a glass of refreshing beer and want to learn some interesting facts about the history of brewing and Polish drinking customs. You will taste the set of 7 Polish beers paired with simple snacks at 2 different venues. It's a great way to If you want to try more different flavors of beer then the 3-hour tasting tour is for you. Moreover, you will visit additional venues very characteristic of Poland referring to special periods in the history so you will be shocked! So, try special 11 beers at 3 different venues with appetizers instead of snacks which are a perfect match to beer. Consider a 4-hour food and beer tasting tour if you are looking for an exceptional experience for a special occasion. It is the best combination of Polish traditional food, inclduing appetizers, hot main dishes and snacks served with 13 Polish beers at 3 locally loved venues, such as traditional pubs and restaurants. Surely, it will be the main attraction of your day! You can try pierogis, bigos and other foods charecteristic of Polish cuisine. You don’t need to worry about choosing the right dish or the best beer as your Private Beer Guide will take care of the organization and provide interesting anecdotes to make your feast fun and exciting. "

Warsaw: Layover City Tour with Airport Pickup and Drop-Off

Warsaw: Layover City Tour with Airport Pickup and Drop-Off

Make the most of your layover in Warsaw and forget about waiting around at the airport. Get to know the city in a short amount of time by booking a custom panoramic tour. Get picked up at Chopin Airport, explore as many sites as possible, and get dropped off in time for your next flight. Take a drive through the Old Town, a renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site, and gaze at the Royal Lazienki Park, a majestic palace complex. Hear all about Marie Cure, Fréderic Chopin, Lech Walesa, Pope John Paul II, and other famous Polish characters. Depending on the amount of time you have available, you might get to see areas associated with World War II and with the post-war era, when the fate of the city was in the hands of Moscow. You may also drive by modern-day Warsaw, or any other sites according to your interests.

Warsaw: Private Walking Tour with Professional Guide

Warsaw: Private Walking Tour with Professional Guide

Your tour will begin at Castle Square, where you will see Sigismund’s Column. Then you will see the magnificent Royal Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the gothic St. Johns Arch cathedral. In the oldest part of the Old Town – the Old Town Market Place you will see the symbol of the Polish capital - The Warsaw Mermaid. Another main stop of your tour located between the Old and the New Town is the Warsaw Barbican that once encircled Warsaw. You will walk past a house where Maria Sklodowska-Curie was born in New Town. Afterward, you will walk along Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street (Royal Route). You will first pass St. Annes Church, the famous center of Warsaw, next to the Castle Square, at Krakowskie Przedmieście. You can climb up its tower to the viewing terrace from which you will see the entire Old Town. Following that, you will see the Presidential Palace, the University of Warsaw, the Copernicus Monument, and the Holy Cross Church, where Frederic Chopin's heart is buried. There are two important Warsaw squares to visit: Pilsudski Square, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and Krasinski Square, with the impressive Warsaw Uprising Monument.

Warsaw Uprising Monument: Our most recommended tours and activities

Warsaw Old Town & More Walking Tour

Warsaw Old Town & More Walking Tour

Welcome to the captivating Warsaw Old Town walking tour, commencing in front of the impressive 22-meter-high Sigismund's Column on Castle Square. The focal point of our tour is the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1980. Our knowledgeable city guide will unveil the following highlights: 1. Market Square: Discover the bustling heart of the Old Town, adorned with the iconic statue of the Warsaw Mermaid. Take in the vibrant atmosphere and admire the charming architecture. 2. The Narrowest House Façade: Marvel at the architectural curiosity of the narrowest house façade, a testament to Warsaw's unique charm and ingenuity. 3. St. John's Cathedral and the Jesuit Church: Explore these magnificent religious landmarks, each boasting its own rich history and architectural splendor. 4. City Wall and the Barbican: Encounter the remnants of the city wall, accompanied by the formidable Barbican. Discover the defensive structures that once protected Warsaw. 5. Viewing Terrace in the Old Town: Ascend to the viewing terrace and savor a breathtaking panoramic view of the river and the cityscape, capturing the essence of Warsaw's beauty. But our tour doesn't stop at the Old Town alone. The "More" on this city tour encompasses the following sights and topics: 1. Royal Castle and the Royal Gardens: Immerse yourself in the grandeur of the Royal Castle and wander through the serene Royal Gardens, relishing the regal ambiance. 2. New Town and Marie Curie's Birthplace: Explore the charming New Town and visit the birthplace of the renowned scientist, Marie Curie, gaining insights into her remarkable life and achievements. 3. Ghetto Wall Monument and Jewish Heritage: Pay homage to the Jewish heritage at the Ghetto Wall Monument, and learn about the Jewish Uprising of 1943 and the significant role it played in Warsaw's history. 4. Monument of the Warsaw Uprising of 1944: Gain a deeper understanding of the monumental Warsaw Uprising of 1944 as you stand before its commemorative monument, with our guide providing detailed explanations of the historic event. In addition to the tour's enriching insights, our guide will share a wealth of recommendations, including the best Polish restaurants, cafés, and a must-visit traditional pastry shop nestled within the Old Town. Rest assured, you won't be confined to tourist-packed areas throughout the tour. Our experienced guides know the secret paths that allow us to fully savor the Old Town, away from the bustling crowds. Join us on this captivating journey and immerse yourself in the wonders of Warsaw's Old Town and beyond. Small Groups: To create a cozy and personalized experience, we limit our group size to a maximum of 15 people, even for public walking tours. Meeting Point and Guide Recognition: Arriving 5 to 10 minutes before the scheduled start time at the meeting point is sufficient. Look for our guide holding a white umbrella, making them easily recognizable in the crowd.

Warsaw: 3-Hour Panoramic City Bus Tour with Pickup

Warsaw: 3-Hour Panoramic City Bus Tour with Pickup

Take a 3-hour comprehensive tour of the main highlights of Warsaw on a comfortable air-conditioned bus with a group of 15 participants at most. Learn about the somber and troubled history of the city by visiting some of the remaining sites and monuments to the uprisings and tragedies that took place in Warsaw during WWII. Your knowledgeable guide will also point out some iconic architectural wonders along the way.   Start your trip in the Royal Garden Lazienki, full of monuments that survived the war. The next stop will be the Monument to Warsaw Ghetto Heroes, which commemorates the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising during WWII. Continue on to Umschlagplatz, one of the most heartbreaking places in Warsaw: on this square, Nazis loaded Jewish people into carriages and transported them to Treblinka concentration camp.   Visit Warsaw’s Old Town, where the Royal Castle is located—destroyed during the Warsaw Uprising in 1944, the castle was rebuilt in 1984 and remains today one of the city’s most iconic landmarks. In the Old Town you’ll also drive by the Archcathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist, one of the most important churches in Warsaw. The building was created in a specific Masovian Gothic style and went through the same destruction and rebuilding as the Royal Castle.     Next, take a stroll through the Old Town with your guide—take in the magical atmosphere of the old town and explore Barbicam, a defensive wall made in the Gothic style with handmade red bricks. Finish off this historical tour with a visit to the Warsaw Uprising Monument, the most expressive and symbolic monument in Warsaw. Here, you can take a moment to process all that you’ve seen during the day.

Warsaw: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Warsaw: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Welcome to the Warsaw Self-guided Audio Tour, a captivating journey through the heart of Poland's vibrant capital. Immerse yourself in the rich history, culture, and dynamic spirit of Warsaw as you explore its iconic landmarks and hidden gems at your own pace. This audio tour is designed to provide you with a personalized and insightful experience, allowing you to discover the city's stories and secrets while enjoying the freedom to wander through its charming streets. As you embark on this self-guided adventure, you'll encounter a tapestry of historical narratives, from the medieval origins of the Old Town to the resilient spirit of Warsaw during World War II and its post-war reconstruction. Listen to fascinating anecdotes about the city's architecture, witness the juxtaposition of old and new, and feel the pulse of Warsaw's contemporary vibe. Whether you're a history enthusiast, architecture lover, or someone simply seeking to soak up the local atmosphere, this self-guided audio tour will be your companion, providing a seamless blend of information and entertainment. Let the narrations guide you through the city's diverse neighborhoods, inviting you to appreciate the unique charm of each district. Learn more about the top 18 tourist attractions in Warsaw. Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in this audio commentary which starts from the city's central station then the itinerary gradually moves one by one. 1. Warsaw Central Railway Station 2. Palace of Culture and Science 3. Museum of Fryderyk Chopin 4. The National Museum in Warsaw 5. Chopin Monument 6. Łazienki Park 7. Warsaw University Library 8. Copernicus Science Centre 9. Warsaw University Library 10. Royal Castle 11. Warsaw Old Town 12. Castle Square 13. Old Town Market Square 14. Warsaw Barbican 15. Warsaw Uprising Monument 16. POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews 17. Warsaw Uprising Museum So, grab your headphones, set your own pace, and let the Warsaw Self-guided Audio Tour be your key to unlocking the captivating stories woven into the fabric of this remarkable city. Enjoy your exploration of Warsaw, where history meets modernity in a harmonious dance that reflects the resilience and dynamism of its people.

Warsaw Uprising and WWII Old Town Walking Tour with Museum

Warsaw Uprising and WWII Old Town Walking Tour with Museum

Warsaw is known as the city that rose from its ashes, but do you know the story of the brave Polish soldiers and ordinary citizens who fought for its freedom? On this Expert-led Old Town tour you will learn the history of WWII in your native language, and we can help you skip the lines to the world-class Warsaw Uprising Museum. Experience the year 1944 in Poland. Book this 2-hour private tour to discover the traces of World War II in Warsaw Old Town. The walking tour will start at an easily-reachable meeting point in Castle Square, where you can see the beautiful Royal Castle that was, along with all the buildings in the city center, reconstructed after WWII. From there, you will explore the charming streets of the Old Town with your Private Guide, discovering interesting history and war memorials along the way, such as the Warsaw Uprising Monument, which is located only a few steps away from the former Jewish ghetto boundary markers, and the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes. Book a 3-hour tour to receive skip-the-line tickets to the Warsaw Rising Museum. It is a leading museum on World War II with great information and interactive exhibits, so it’s a great opportunity to go deeper into the subject and see a replica bomber and artifacts from the 1944 Warsaw Uprising. After the Old Town walking tour, the guide will take you directly to the museum by tram or bus (tickets are included). With our pre-booked tickets, you will skip the lines to the Warsaw Uprising Museum and freely explore the exhibitions at your own pace with audio guide commentary available in 27 languages.

Electric Scooter Tour: Full Tour - 3-Hours of Magic!

Electric Scooter Tour: Full Tour - 3-Hours of Magic!

Explore Warsaw and have fun on an electric scooter. Get the best recommendations from your local guide. The environmentally-friendly electric scooters avoid the need for long and tiring walks. Instead, jump aboard and ride your own scooter from location to location. The tour will 3 hours during which you will get the essence of Warsaw. This is our full package tour. After a brief training session, the tour heads past the most important buildings and monuments of the city. Your guide will relate their history and recommend other places to visit during your stay in Warsaw. During the tour you will see places: Castle Square | Sigismund’s Column | Royal Castle | Goliath Caterpillar at the Catedral | Canon Square with Bell Monument | Old Town’s Narrowest House | Old Town Market Square | Warsaw Mermaid | Barbican | Maria Skłodowska Curie Museum | New Town Market Square | Multimedia Fountain Park | Old Gunpowder House | Warsaw Uprising Monument | Krasińskich Square | Krasińskich Garden | Old Ghetto | Monument to the Ghetto Heroes | Polin Museum | Anielewicz Bunker | Umschlagplatz | Footbridge of Memory | Grzybowski Square | 4 Tenement Houses at Próżna Street | Palace of Culture and Science | Saski Garden | Tomb of the Unknown Soldier | Hotel Bristol and European | Presidential Palace We wish you a great tour. Segway Point.

Warsaw Historic Heart Walking Tour - must-see & hidden gems

Warsaw Historic Heart Walking Tour - must-see & hidden gems

Warsaw. The phoenix city. The Paris of the east. The queen who never was. Warsaw is the city that you don’t know you wanted to visit, but will be so happy you did. Join us on the “Historic Heart of Warsaw” walking tour and discover one of the greatest European stories you haven’t heard of. Uncover the fantastic stories of the capital of a once great and powerful nation as we take in all the must-see sites (and a few extra hidden gems for good measure). Sign up for this walking tour if you want to hear about: - why Warsaw is also called the phoenix city - how Warsaw was the first to put famous people on pedestals (quite literally) - the symbol of Warsaw and the interesting legend surrounding it - why the Old Town is on UNESCO’s World Heritage list - how to make even your most secret wish come true simply by counting to three Don't just visit Warsaw, discover it! Tour duration: approx. 2h Distance: approx. 1,5 km

World War II Warsaw Old Town, Military Cemetery Walking Tour

World War II Warsaw Old Town, Military Cemetery Walking Tour

Do you know what led to the Warsaw Rising of August 1944? On this private tour, we'll recreate the events of World War II, following the history of occupation, destruction and liberation of Warsaw and its heroes. We'll show you what's behind the beautifully reconstructed Old Town. Immerse yourself in the true and uncensored history of World War II in Warsaw! Discover World War II sites in Warsaw Old Town on a 2-hour walking tour with a Local History Guide. Your journey back in time will begin at the Market Square, which was completely destroyed during the fight for the liberation of Warsaw from German occupation. The vivid story told by your passionate Private Guide will help you properly understand the events that led to the German Occupation of Poland and the course and effects of World War II in Warsaw and beyond. On this tour will follow the WWII trail in the Old Town and see memorial sites such as the Warsaw Uprising Monument, which commemorates the sacrifice of anti-Nazi resistance fighters such as General Tadeusz Komorowski. You will learn about the underground movement, spies and everyday heroes. You will also learn about the largest of the Nazi ghettos during World War II and its uprising as you will pass by the former boundary markers of Warsaw Ghetto. At the end of the tour, you will have the opportunity to pay your respects at the symbolic site of the Tomb of an Unknown Soldier. Book a 4-hour WWII tour to learn more about the war in Warsaw Old Town and Military Cemetery. We provide two-way public transport tickets to the Powazki Military Cemetery, so you won't have to walk all the way! Visit the necropolis that honors members of the Polish military, where many World War II heroes are buried. Together with your Private Guide you will discover the true cost of the German occupation of Poland.

Warsaw: Private Polish Beer Tasting Tour with a Guide

Warsaw: Private Polish Beer Tasting Tour with a Guide

"Take part in a funny and educational Beer Tasting Tour with the accompaniment of a Private Beer Guide and make your day or evening very special. The main concept of the tour is to make you try the best Polish popular, regional and craft beers. With commentary of the 5-Star Beer Expert you will be able to compare the taste, smell or color and understand the difference in beer quality and price. You can also expect to learn interesting facts or anecdotes about the city's general history, breweries and everyday life of its citizens from the middle ages to modern time. But also the Guide will tell you many stories about Polish culture and customs that will shock you as those are very colorful. The Guide is professional with an Official License which guarantees his knowledge. However, the communication and Guide age is adjusted to the preferences of your group and the occasion. So if you book the experience for a Stag Party, we will make it more fun, but if you have chosen a tour for a birthday to have some fun and learn about the city and beer in an alternative way, we will prepare the tour according to your expectation. So all in all just let’s take part in this fun and cultural experience which will offer an insightful introduction to the world of Polish beers. You'll spend time only with your group of friends or family as it’s a private tour, and your guide will take care of you personally, explain to you each beer that you will drink. The 2-hour tasting tour is the perfect choice as a before party to get to know the best spots in the city to which you can return on the following days. Also for single travelers, couples and groups who love to have fun with a glass of refreshing beer and want to learn some interesting facts about the history of brewing and Polish drinking customs. You will taste the set of 7 Polish beers paired with simple snacks at 2 different venues. It's a great way to If you want to try more different flavors of beer then the 3-hour tasting tour is for you. Moreover, you will visit additional venues very characteristic of Poland referring to special periods in the history so you will be shocked! So, try special 11 beers at 3 different venues with appetizers instead of snacks which are a perfect match to beer. Consider a 4-hour food and beer tasting tour if you are looking for an exceptional experience for a special occasion. It is the best combination of Polish traditional food, inclduing appetizers, hot main dishes and snacks served with 13 Polish beers at 3 locally loved venues, such as traditional pubs and restaurants. Surely, it will be the main attraction of your day! You can try pierogis, bigos and other foods charecteristic of Polish cuisine. You don’t need to worry about choosing the right dish or the best beer as your Private Beer Guide will take care of the organization and provide interesting anecdotes to make your feast fun and exciting. "

Warsaw: Layover City Tour with Airport Pickup and Drop-Off

Warsaw: Layover City Tour with Airport Pickup and Drop-Off

Make the most of your layover in Warsaw and forget about waiting around at the airport. Get to know the city in a short amount of time by booking a custom panoramic tour. Get picked up at Chopin Airport, explore as many sites as possible, and get dropped off in time for your next flight. Take a drive through the Old Town, a renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site, and gaze at the Royal Lazienki Park, a majestic palace complex. Hear all about Marie Cure, Fréderic Chopin, Lech Walesa, Pope John Paul II, and other famous Polish characters. Depending on the amount of time you have available, you might get to see areas associated with World War II and with the post-war era, when the fate of the city was in the hands of Moscow. You may also drive by modern-day Warsaw, or any other sites according to your interests.

Warsaw: Private Walking Tour with Professional Guide

Warsaw: Private Walking Tour with Professional Guide

Your tour will begin at Castle Square, where you will see Sigismund’s Column. Then you will see the magnificent Royal Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the gothic St. Johns Arch cathedral. In the oldest part of the Old Town – the Old Town Market Place you will see the symbol of the Polish capital - The Warsaw Mermaid. Another main stop of your tour located between the Old and the New Town is the Warsaw Barbican that once encircled Warsaw. You will walk past a house where Maria Sklodowska-Curie was born in New Town. Afterward, you will walk along Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street (Royal Route). You will first pass St. Annes Church, the famous center of Warsaw, next to the Castle Square, at Krakowskie Przedmieście. You can climb up its tower to the viewing terrace from which you will see the entire Old Town. Following that, you will see the Presidential Palace, the University of Warsaw, the Copernicus Monument, and the Holy Cross Church, where Frederic Chopin's heart is buried. There are two important Warsaw squares to visit: Pilsudski Square, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and Krasinski Square, with the impressive Warsaw Uprising Monument.

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We had a great tour with Francisco, he was extremely knowledgeable, proving humour as well as in depth history and culture references. Even though we experienced the heights of a thunderstorm, he did a great job at keeping spirits high and making sure we felt safe and accommodated at all times. Thoroughly recommend the tour, absolutely brilliant way of exploring the city!

Extremely informative guide. Showed us many interesting sights and spent a great deal of time explaining the history of the city. Would recommend.

The guide was great! He told lots of interesting stories that you won't find in any travel guide. Great!

The guide was simply very good and showed us Warsaw really well.

My tour was great, very interesting and informative.