Are you looking for a bespoke city tour in Warsaw? Our professional local guide will show you all the absolute top sights in the city and tell you everything you need to know about its history. You will also hear many interesting facts about Warsaw that only locals can share with you.
- Explore Warsaw with your own private guide - you choose what you want to see!
- Discover the top 10 sights of Warsaw that nobody can miss
- Listen to stories and legends about Warsaw in the Old Town
- Take pictures of Warsaw gems located along the Royal Route
- Discover the traces left by World War 2 and remainings of the Jewish district
- Be charmed by The Royal Lazienki Park and its beautiful gardens
- Last but not least, hear recommendations of the local guide about the best diners, pubs, and off-the route spots that Varsovians love!
From 140€ per group /
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You will see:
Warsaw Old Town
Warsaw Old Town was almost completely destroyed during World War 2 and later rebuilt with great attention to details. Colourful tenements an... [ read more ]
Royal Castle in Warsaw
Royal Castle – the pride of Warsaw completely rebuilt after its destruction during World War 2. As a part of the Warsaw Old ... [ read more ]
The Old Town Market Place
The Old Town Market Place is the oldest part of the Old Town, Here, the Warsaw Mermaid has been standing since 1855.... [ read more ]
Located between the Old and the New Town, Warsaw Barbican once encircled Warsaw.... [ read more ]
The New Town
In the New Town, you can see the house in which Maria Sklodowska-Curie was born. She was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize for her scie... [ read more ]
In Krasinski Square you get to hear the amazing stories of the Warsaw Uprising standig next to the Warsaw Uprising Monu... [ read more ]
Warsaw Uprising Monument
The monument commemorates the insurgents of Warsaw Uprising. It was unveiled in 1989, on the 45th anniversary of the Uprising. ... [ read more ]
Pilsudski Square is where significant national celebrations take place and where the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is located.... [ read more ]
Walking down Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street (Royal Route) you can pass many important sites. In St. Anne’s Church, you can climb up it... [ read more ]
The official residence of the president of Poland, once hosted the authors of the Constitution of May 3, 1791. Also here, Frederic Chopin pl... [ read more ]
University of Warsaw
The largest university in Poland, for many years continuously placed on the list of the best Polish universities. ... [ read more ]
Holy Cross Church
A beautiful baroque building with a distinctive statue of Christ. It is here that the heart of Frederic Chopin is hidden.... [ read more ]
Palace of Culture and Science
Palace of Culture and Science was the highest building in the country for a long time. It is 237 meters high and was recently pushed to the ... [ read more ]
Before World War II, Grzybowski Square was the heart of Jewish culture in Warsaw. It was a part of the Warsaw Ghetto from 1940 to 1942. ... [ read more ]
Former Warsaw Ghetto
The Warsaw ghetto existed from November 1940 to May 1943 (when the Ghetto Uprising was put down) in the area of today's Northern Srodmiesc... [ read more ]
Remains of the Ghetto wall
You can see two characteristic fragments of the Ghetto wall (Sienna street and Zlota street), from which some of the bricks were removed and... [ read more ]
Lazienki Royal Park
Lazienki Royal Park consists of the Royal Gardens, that have been existing there since the 18th century, the Frederic Chopin's monument whic... [ read more ]
Frederic Chopin Monument
Frederic Chopin Monument commemorates the brilliant Polish composer and is one of the most recognizable points in the Lazienki Royal Park. I... [ read more ]
We offer 3 tour options:
3-hour walking tour
Your tour starts in Castle Square, where you will see Sigismund’s Column. Then, you will admire the magnificent Royal Castle – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the gothic St. John’s Archcathedral. In the oldest part of the Old Town – the Old Town Market Place you will see the symbol of the Polish capital - the Warsaw Mermaid. Another important point of your tour, located between the Old and the New Town, is the Warsaw Barbican that once encircled Warsaw. In the New Town, you will pass the house in which Maria Sklodowska-Curie was born.
Afterward, you will walk along Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street (Royal Route). You will first pass St. Anne’s Church. You can climb up its tower to the viewing terrace from which you will see the entire Old Town. Then, you will pass the Presidential Palace, the University of Warsaw, the Copernicus Monument, and the Holy Cross Church, where the heart of Frederic Chopin is buried.
You will also see two important Warsaw squares - Pilsudski Square, where the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is located, and Krasinski Square with the impressive Warsaw Uprising Monument.
5-hour walking tour
During a 5-hour walking tour, you visit all the places listed in the 3-hour tour and move on to the next tour points.
You will proceed to see Grzybowski Square and the former Warsaw Ghetto. You will also have a unique chance to see the remains of the Ghetto Wall. During the tour, you will also pass the Palace of Culture and Science. If you wish, you can get to the 30th floor and admire the beautiful panorama of Warsaw.
7-hour walking tour
During a 7-hour walking tour, you visit all the places listed in the 5-hour tour and move on to visit Lazienki Royal Park.
There, you will see the iconic Frederic Chopin Monument. Every summer on Sundays at 12 and 4 pm, Chopin Concerts take place next to the monument (free of charge). Also, you will see the Palace on the Isle, the Old Orangery where the Royal Theatre is situated, and the Myslewicki Palace.
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Prices include our professional licensed guide and apply to groups of 1-10 people. The price for groups of more than 10 people is quoted on request.
Entry tickets are not required in most of the places you will visit and they are not included in the tour price (but can be added to the final recepit/invoice).
The route can be modified according to your preferences. The starting point can be Sigismund’s Column in the Castle Square (by default), the Kopernik monument, the Krasinski Square or any other place in the city centre (including your hotel/apartment). You move on foot from one point to another, but public transportation (buses and trams) is also available. During the 7-hour tour we suggest taking a lunch break (not included in the price).
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