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Warsaw is often referred to as a Fenix city as it arose again, beautiful as ever, from the ashes of WWII. UNESCO has acknowledge its meticulous reconstruction enlisting Warsaw's Old Town at the famous World Heritage List. Discover the most interesting elements of the Old Town during 1 day trip of highlights and observe this amazing city from above from the Warsaw's Communist era symbol Palace of Culture and Science. Feel the atmosphere of this vibrant and bustling capital city of the new central Europe!

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Included meals

Lunch on request

Suggested dates

All year

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Free cancellation

Up to 30 days*


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What's included

Private coach transportation
Trip staff

Tourguide, museum guide, driver

Entrance fees to

Royal Castle (Castle Route), Warsaw' Arch-cathedral



Pickup place

Your Warsaw's hotel/hostel

Drop off place

Your Warsaw's hotel/hostel

Language offered

English, German, Norwegian, French, Spanish, Italian and others on request

Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Trip type

City tour

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Optional Excursions

Royal Baths

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. Łazienk...

Wilanów Palace

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’...

Multimedia Fountain Park

The Multimedia Fountain Park in Warsaw is a complex of four fountains. It is located at Skwer I Dywizji Pancernej between Bolięć, Wybrzeże Gdańskie, Sanguszki and Rybaki streets in the New Town in Warsaw. It is the second largest multimedia fountain in Poland. The fountain complex was opened in May 2011. The “Water – Light – Sound” multimedia shows take place each Friday and Saturday (sometimes also on other days) at 9:00 pm or 9:30 pm. On ot...

Warsaw Uprising Monument

Warsaw Uprising Monument is located on the eastern side of Krasinskich Square in Warsaw. It is dedicated to the Warsaw Uprising of 1944. The monument was unveiled on August 1, 1989, on the 45th anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising. The monument is about 10 metres tall and consist of two elements: the first element is the insurgents running out from under the monumental pylon - the so-called "Spurt", the second one the people stan...

Krasiński Palace

The Krasiński Palace is located in the New Town, at 5 Krasińskich Square. The palace was built in the years 1677-1682 according to the design of Tylman van Gameren, for the Voivode of Płock, Jan Dobrogost Krasiński. Is considered to be one of the most outstanding examples of modern architecture in Poland. At its back there is the Krasiński Garden - municipal park with an area of 11.8 hectares. Currently, the palace houses special collections, ...

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...

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...

Folklore show

Polish folklore combines the tradition and culture of our country. The performance of the folklore group is a combination of unique dances, singing and colourful folk costumes. The band consists of professional musicians and a pair of dancers. During the show you will be able to take an active part in both dancing and singing folk songs.


Polka restaurant is located in the old walls of a tenement house in the Old Town. A place where Polish guests and foreign tourists will feel the taste of traditional Polish cuisine. The restaurant serves Polish dishes made of organic products, in large quantities, with good taste. Dishes are served on wooden tables, without tablecloths in the interiors referring to the architecture of Renaissance tenement houses. Guests can enjoy their meals i...


A pleasant walk through the Old Town which has been rebuilt after the war. Good views from the walls and a complete contrast to the more austere parts of the city. The reconstruction of the Old Town is very impressive. It's lovely to wander around and discover the little alleyways and great restaurants here. I also enjoyed the view from the Palace of Culture and Science. This way I was able to recognise the character of the city.
It is simply unbelievable how this city rose from the ashes, literally. Mainly destroyed during bombings, it was rebuilt the exact way it used to be. Oh, what a place with all the monuments. We also really enjoyed the free time when I strolled along cafes and restaurants. We loved the city of Warsaw and its surrounding. The Old Town is full of history and we would gladly come back there.

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