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  • Warsaw: Afternoon City Tour with Pickup & Drop-off

    1. Warsaw: Afternoon City Tour with Pickup & Drop-off

    Climb aboard a comfortable, 18-passenger air-conditioned coach and sit back and relax as you see the sights of Warsaw in the intimacy of a small group. Tours are available year round and can typically start with a hotel pick-up at 2:00 PM and end with a return drop off at 5:00 PM. The program is flexible but includes many landmarks, including the UNESCO World Heritage-designated Old Town. Go to Castle Square and the Royal Castle, where the Polish monarchs resided from 1596 until 1795 and the Polish President briefly took residence in 1918. Get the chance to see King Sigismund's III Column, the first secular monument in Poland. Admire the Gothic church of St. John's Cathedral, where the sarcophagi contain the remains of eminent Poles. Look at the architecture of the Old Town Market Square and Barbican, before visiting the former Jewish Ghetto. Here, stop briefly at the Memorial to the ...

    Started a little late but the knowledge of the guide made up for it. She was born here and her presentation of historical facts and stories was light years ahead of our other tour guide.

  • Warsaw: Warsaw Historical Group Tour with Pickup & Drop-Off

    2. Warsaw: Warsaw Historical Group Tour with Pickup & Drop-Off

    Benefit from pick-up at your hotel, and then journey along the Royal Route of Warsaw to see aristocratic residences and famous monuments. Visit the summer residence of the last King of Poland in Łazienki Park. Then, walk around the UNESCO World Heritage monuments of the Old Town to see the Royal Castle, St. John's Cathedral and the tombs of the Jagiellonian and Vasa dynasties. Enter the former Jewish Ghetto to look at the Polin Museum and Memorial to the Heroes of the Ghetto. Continue to the Museum of the History of Polish Jews and discover where the Nazis assembled the Jews for deportation to the death camps on the infamous Umschlagplatz. Continue by bus to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Monument of the Warsaw Uprising and Monument to the Victims of the Katyn Massacre. Drive through the gritty Praga District, traffic permitting, and see the Monument of Brotherhood of Arms. Get a uni...

    It was great tour in Russian. The guide was super polite, intelligent and told me many interesting stories on top of the classical tour. And he replied on all my questions, and usually I have a lot :)

  • WWII Warsaw: Muranów District Exploration Game

    3. WWII Warsaw: Muranów District Exploration Game

    Explore Warsaw’s fascinating history while solving clues throughout the Muranów District. Each clue will lead you from one place to another by providing you with exact directions, so you won't need a map, GPS, or guide. As you solve the problem and guess the answer, the secret story of Warsaw will unravel before your eyes. If you are a large group, one person can purchase access for the entire group by selecting the number of people in the group. All group members can play the city game on their smartphones. Each person can also play on their own, separate from the group, and meet the group at the end of the tour. The city game will take you about 1.5 hours to complete, but there’s no time limit. You won't need a guide - just download the app, go to the starting point, and begin the adventure.

  • Warsaw: Private Vintage Car Jewish Tour

    4. Warsaw: Private Vintage Car Jewish Tour

    Climb into a vintage car, the Nysa 522, which was popular in Poland during the communist era. Embark on a 3-hour private tour of sites in Warsaw related to Jewish culture and history. Discover how before WWII, almost 350,000 Jewish people lived in the city before their heritage was nearly destroyed by the Nazi occupation. See how the area was rebuilt after the way and visit numerous locations related to Jewish history including Grzybowski Square, the last street of the Jewish Ghetto, the Nożyk Synagogue, The last piece of the Ghetto Wall, the Muranów district, the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes, Zamenhofa Street, Mila Street, and Umschlagplatz. End the tour with a trip to the Jewish Museum where you will have a chance to explore numerous exhibitions with a local guide or an audioguide. 

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based on 122 reviews

It was a great and well organized tour... this tour gives an excellent overview of some highlights of the city. We started at Royal Park (Lazienki), continued the tour at the POLIN museum of the history of Polish Jews and finished the tour by walking in the Old Town. A lot of interesting information was shared and I definitely know where to go back and stay a bit longer for a visit. The tour is something to be recommended.

Excellent experience. The guide offered to alter the tour a little since it was just me and my girlfriend on the tour (which was an unexpected but welcome turn of events). This took us to the Praga district in Warsaw where our guide (a Warsaw-original who spoke English excellently) told us a lot of interesting details. Thank you Peter for the quick but very interesting and educative tour!

It was great tour in Russian. The guide was super polite, intelligent and told me many interesting stories on top of the classical tour. And he replied on all my questions, and usually I have a lot :)

Started a little late but the knowledge of the guide made up for it. She was born here and her presentation of historical facts and stories was light years ahead of our other tour guide.

We enjoyed this trip. Tadeusz was very pleasant and the transport was effective. We learnt a lot about the history of Warsaw.