The Polish capital has much to offer for culture lovers: music, history, amazing architecture. 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. It is the highest time you discover this part of the world and its outstanding cultural heritage.
5 days/4 nights
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1 city, 1 village
Up to 30 days*
Warsaw is the capital of Poland and the largest city in the country with about 2 million population. The Warsaw's Old Town is a real pearl of the capital. Enlisted on the UNESCO World Heritage List, delights with colourful tenements and the unique atmosphere of narrow streets. In the Old Town square you will meet the Mermaid - the official symbol of the city. You'll see the Barbican and the bell on Kanona Street. You must also visit the Royal Castle, the former home of Polish rulers. Here it is possible to see the ro...
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. Czechowicz / NIFC
The Wilanów Palace, together with its garden, is one of the most beautiful objects of its type in Poland. Baroque palace and the meticulously designed surrounding gardens, situated at the end of the Royal Road and built for the king John III Sobieski, are filled with Polish as well as European culture. Wilanów hosts many exhibitions and concerts, including the International Summer Early Music Academy. The Wilanów Palace also houses one Poland’s first ever museums, established in 1805.
Royal Baths or Łazienki Królewskie is the largest park in the centre of Warsaw. Łazienki are situated halfway down the Royal Route, between Royal Castle and Wilanów. On the area of 76 hectares one may find over 40 points of interest and numerous historic buildings, designed by the king Stanisław August Poniatowski’s in-court architects. Palace on the Isle, Roman Theatre, Myśliwiecki Palace or Chopin Monument are just a small selection. Łazienki Królewskie host various cultural and entertainment events, displays and e...
Żelazowa Wola – a small village approximately 53 kilometres from Warsaw. It is a birthplace of Frédéric Chopin. Today it is a modern division of Frédéric Chopin Museum. Each year tourists form all over the world visit Chopin’s birthplace and Żelazowa Wola Park. The museum was modernised in 2010. A vast number of exhibits was replaced with a tale. An audio-guide takes you through both the house and the park.
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 the 13th century up till current times, international paintings (Russian, G...
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Chopin Museum Ostrogskich Palace, Wilanów Palace and Gardens, Royal Baths, Concert of Chopin Music, Żelazowa Wola Museum, National Museum.
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Żelazowa Wola Museum offers seasonal concerts for visitors. If we establish date of trip accordingly you will be able to attend that. The same applies to Royal Baths Park concerts by Frederic Chopin Statue.
Warsaw has many marvels to discover. As most of contemporary European capital cities, it enchants visitors with vibrant variety of attractions and quick pace and energy. The city that survived the calamity of WWII, still surprises with its amazing...
Poland is an outstanding country in the central Europe, still undiscovered by wider masses of tourists. Go on a five day adventure with three Polish capitals: Warsaw - administrative, political, economy and media centre of the country; Cracow - hi...
Warsaw is often referred to as a phoenix city as it was immensly rebuilt after WWII. This is also one of the reasons why it has been enlisted at UNESCO World Heritage List. Tourists usually say that a visit here was a great surprise for them as th...
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 ...