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Warsaw is often called a phoenix city as it was meticulously rebuilt after fatal losses during WWII. Nowadays, it is a modern and vibrant capital city that offers not only historical marvels but also super modern museums, cultural attractions and excellent cuisine. We invite all our explorers to discover this mesmerizing agglomeration.

Number of days/duration

4 days/3 nights

Included meals

HB (3 breakfasts, 3 dinners)

Suggested dates

All year

Number of cities/sights

1 city

Group size


Trip pace


Free cancellation

Up to 30 days*


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What's included

3 nights
6 meals
Private coach transportation
Trip staff

Local guide for sightseeing

Entrance fees to

Viewing deck of Palace of Culture and Science, Warsaw Rising Museum, Royal Baths, Wilanów Palace and gardens.



Pickup place

Airport and hotel for sightseeing trips

Drop off place

Hotel, airport for departure

Language offered

English, German, Norwegian, French, Spanish, Italian

Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Trip type

City break

Not included

General conditions and customs

Optional Excursions

Royal Castle

The Royal Castle, located in the very heart of Warsaw, is the last seat of Polish monarchs. Its history goes as far as the 14th century, when the Great Tower was built. The majority of work dates back to the late 16 and 17 centuries. Despite of numerous adversities, including the partitions of Poland and almost complete destruction during World War II, the Royal Castle is still open to the public. Various exhibitions and works of art can be se...

Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw

Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw is a place striving to popularise science. It is one of the youngest museums in the capital as it was opened only in 2010. It is also one of the most modern museums in Warsaw and definitely one of the most popular. It is situated at 20 Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie Street. The main aim of the center is to popularize science and visitors learn via play and performing experiments on their own. The entire exhibition...

National Stadium

It is situated at 1 Józefa Poniatowskiego Street and is visible from various viewing point in the capital. It was erected in 2008-2011 for UEFA football championships Euro 2012 at old site of Decade Stadium which before the new stadium construction had been known as Europe Fair. Officially the stadium was opened in January 2012. It offers seats for 58 500 supporters, including 4600 higher standard seats and 69 private boxes for 800 viewers. Cu...

POLIN Museum

Museum of the History of Polish Jews – it is a new, ultramodern cultural museum on the map of Warsaw. It is situated at 6 Mordechaja Danielewicza Street in the place which was former Jewish district and also later on Warsaw Ghetto. The museum is a place dedicated to all those who are interested in heritage of Polish Jews and it is a symbol of breakthrough in Polish-Jewish relations during 1000 years history from Medieval times up till now. It ...

Frédéric Chopin Museum

Chopin Museum is situated in Ostrogski Palace. The founder of the museum, Frédéric Chopin Institute, began collecting exhibits as early as 1943. Today, the museum has over 5,000 of them. The Chopin museum itself was opened in 1955. Among museum collections there are numerous manuscripts, printouts, iconographic sets and other Frédéric Chopin memorabilia. It is one of the most modern museums in Warsaw and Poland in general. Foto. M. Czechowic...

National Museum, Warsaw

The National Museum is situated at 3 Aleje Jerozolimskie Street in a Modernist building, erected in 1927-1938 (the east wing of the building is a headquarters of the Polish Army Museum). It is one of the biggest art museums in Poland and the biggest one in Warsaw. The exhibits of the museum include over 830 000 pieces of Polish and international art. Visitors will find here ancient pieces of art (Egyptian, Greek, Roman), Polish paintings from ...


Sejm and Senate Complex of Poland are a complex of buildings located in Warsaw on 4/6/8 Wiejska Street. On the days when there is no sitting of the Sejm, the visitors can see: the gallery of the Assembly Room of the Sejm, the Main Hall (a model of the complex of the Sejm buildings, the plaque commemorating the Deputies of the Second Republic of Poland, the plaque commemorating the Deputies and Senators who died in the plane crash near Smoleńs...

Ethnographic Museum

Ethnographic Museum is one of the oldest ethnographic museums in Poland located in Warsaw at 1 Kredytowa Street. The museum was founded in 1888 and houses over 80,000 objects and about 120,000 archives. The largest permanent gallery is called “Time to celebrate”. The visitors can see here national costumes, festive clothing from Poland and Europe, paintings, sculptures, Christmas decorations and props. The next gallery , "Order of Things", pr...

Geological Museum

The Geological Museum of the Polish Geological Institute - National Research Institute in Warsaw has been around for 100 years. It is located in a historic building built in 1925–1930. It is the only geological museum in Poland in which visitors can see a complete collection of rocks, reflecting the geological structure of our country. The skeletons of animals from the Ice Age also make a big impression: mammoth, rhinoceros and woolly bear. T...

Museum of Sport and Tourism

Museum of Sport and Tourism is a museum established in 1952 and is one of the oldest of its type in Europe. The Museum's collection consists of over 50,000 exhibits and 55,000 photos. Visitors can see sports gear, medals, trophies, antiques and other historic objects. The "History of Polish Sport and Olympic Movement" exhibition shows the history of sport from ancient Greece through the birth of the modern Olympic Games (19th century) and the ...


It was an outstanding trip, your services all worked perfectly, wonderful hotel. Special mention for the excellent guides everywhere, but please tell your transfer service that our driver was absolutely amazing, he was the highlight of our travels and matched the professionalism and excitement of our holiday.

Questions and answers

How far is Warsaw airport from the Old Town?

Warsaw has two airports: Chopin Airport, also called Okęcie and Modlin Airport. Chopin Airport is about 25 min ride from the Old Town and Modlin Airport is about 40 min ride.

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