Tours around Warsaw

Suggested tours

Especially for you, we prepared some tours that can be easily modified. We are also open to your ideas and suggestions. We are flexible to changing itinerary regarding your previous arrangements (lunch, museum).

You can find several propositions of trips in Warsaw listed below – not only traditional, but also “theme tours”. Enjoy!

Our program:

  • Warsaw Treasures
    We will walk through the most prestigious part of Warsaw – the Old and the New Town, Krakowskie Przedmieście Street and see the most important historical landmarks.

  • Old Town – is it so old?
    The Old Town was almost completely destroyed during the Warsaw Uprising in 1944. Thanks to its people the capital of Poland regained its glory and is one of UNESCO heritage sites. A walk around the Old Town, you will have a chance to experience the history and feel Warsaw’s enormous spirit.

  • The Royal Route
    Stroll around streets: Krakowskie Przedmieście, Nowy Świat, Aleje Ujazdowskie and finally the residence of the President of Poland – Belvedere.

  • Socialist realism
    Warsaw and its architecture in the years of socialist realism (1945 – 1956). The most significant symbol of those times being the Palace of Culture and Science.

  • Jewish Warsaw – city that does not exist anymore
    History of Warsaw Jews – a group which before World War II accounted for 30% of city inhabitants. Monument of the Ghetto Heroes, the Route of Remembrance, the Grzybowski Square, the Jewish Historical Institute, the synagogue of Nożyks.

  • Warsaw during World War II
    Warsaw was one of the cities which fought the longest against the Nazis in September 1939, for almost a month the people of Warsaw defended their city. Then again Warsaw stood up against the occupant in August 1944 and battled for 63 days to regain its freedom. We will see the objects and places connected with the tragedy of World War II.

  • Famous cemeteries in Warsaw
    Stare Powązki – one of the oldest cemeteries in Warsaw, the burial place of famous Poles, very similar to Père-Lachaise,
    Military Cemetery – it’s the resting place for those who fought and died for Poland,
    Jewish Cemetery – it’s one of the largest Jewish cemeteries in Europe,
    Lutheran Cemetery – many famous and notable people of Warsaw from 18th to 19th century are buried here.

  • Chopin’s Warsaw 1810-1830
    Frédéric Chopin was living and composing in Warsaw until he was 20 years old. Spending the rest of his life in Paris, he missed Warsaw very much. You will have a chance to see a lot of places connected to Chopin and feel the special atmosphere of those days.

  • The footsteps of Maria Skłodowska-CUrie
    Maria Skłodowska-Curie who was born in Warsaw, spent a part of her life in this city. She also often returned to Poland during her life. Trip around places associated with the only woman in history who won the Nobel Prize twice.

  • Praga
    Stroll around the most unique Warsaw district. It’s the only one which survived the war almost with no damage. Today it is the center of artistic and night life.

  • Warsaw in paintings
    Warsaw seen by painters: Canaletto, Vogel and others. After the Second World War, many of them helped the architects in rebuilding the capital of Poland from rubble.

  • Warsaw on two wheels
    Warsaw seen from a bike – the length and the route is set individually.

  • Warsaw by tram
    Incredible journey in a historic tram wagon.