Top attractions in Warsaw
Top sights in Warsaw
Poland's capital, and the largest city in the country, is a beautiful, exciting and culturally rich place to live or visit. There is so much to see and do, but here are some tops tips.
Dedicated to Poland's most famous composer, here you can take a tour to learn more about Chopin's past, see original manuscripts, or hear some music.
This is Warsaw's second largest museum, and boasts a wide array of military history exhibits. You can also take some very interesting and educational tours.
Home to over 4000 animals of more than 500 species, this is a great zoo to visit. The Elephants and Ape House are particular highlights!
A spectacular and fascinating building - make sure to visit when in Warsaw, and maybe even take a tour if you want to learn more.
Fancy a break from the tourism and history? Then why not take a stroll through this amazing 76-hectare park in the city centre?
This is the largest museum in the city and houses a truly world class and extensive art collection.
This powerful Soviet monument is the 8th tallest building in the European Union, and is a very interesting remnant of Soviet history.
This is Warsaw's grand theater, and home to the Polish Opera. If you feel like a night of culture, then pick up some tickets to something special.
The Warsaw Uprising of 1944 was one of the most monumental events in Polish history, and a tour of this musuem will teach you all about it.
This is a really special interactive science museum. Visitors are invited to carry out experiments themselves and discover the laws of science first hand.
Warsaw experiences cold winters and warm summers, and in winter, the snow can get heavy. Summer is the best time to visit.
Warsaw is an interesting city, but 2 days is enough to to take some tours and see all the sights. If you want some more down time, then 5 days might be a better option.
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- Best time to visit
- From June to September, the weather is warmer, the days longer, and there are plenty of outdoor festivals and events to keep you entertained!
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Our guide Jacek arrived at our hotel at the pickup time. He was very chatty and friendly as we drove to Treblinka. Once at the Treblinka site we first looked around the museum and our guide explained the displays, their significance and then organised for us to watch some short films. Jacek waited for us outside, allow my wife and I to take our time and not feel rushed. We then walked to the camp. Jacek was constantly explaining what we were seeing, marked by various stones or displays. We felt that having Jacek describe, highlight the horrors that occurred at Treblinka helped to make our visit extra special, going above and beyond to make sure we had a great trip. On the way back we stopped at the restaurant for lunch which was delicious. Strongly recommend.
My partner and I wanted a break form Warsaw, so this trip to the country was a gentle and pleasant change which left us feeling relaxed and refreshed. A varied and interesting itinerary with the knowledgable and un phased guide Martin. He was knowledgable, efficient and thoughtful, and at the same time comfortable to be around with. An enjoyable day thank you.
The tour is useful to orient you to many of the major sites in Warsaw. Our guide, Gawel, gave an informative talk in Polish and English at each stop. He used laminated photos to show how sites previously looked. Bikes we're good quality. However, the back brake is applied by peddling backwards and the front brake is on your left.
The segway's were pretty simple to learn and we all felt confident fairly quickly. Paul is very knowledgeable and has a passion for Poland and its history. He is also very fun and understanding of our still learning to ride, and even our need to play around a bit. So much fun!
Visiting Treblinka was a very somber, but also important, experience. Gosia from Warsaw Sightseeing is a very knowledgeable and friendly guide, and I enjoyed both the tour and our conversation.