Warsaw TOURIST Guide
Warsaw Tourist Guide: guided walks - Old and New Town, Krakowskie Przedmieście:
We like the oldest part of Warsaw very much. It is a place full of history. It is a place visited by Napoleon, Casanova, Russian Tsars, ambassadors, princes etc. It is also a great place to understand the uniqueness of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Unfortunately due to WWII the city was demolished and some interesting artefacts are hiddeen. That’s why you new a Warsaw tourist guide! We are flexible, we can prepare a route according your requests.
We will be happy to show Warsaw to organized groups. Bus tours have a different specificity, the Palace of Klutura and Nauki, the National Stadium, and the Copernicus Science Center are very often chosen by tourists. On request, we can also suggest or even help organize tickets to selected attractions. As a Warsaw Tourist Guide we can help you in everything.
Warsaw Tourist Guide: Wilanów and Łazienki Królewskie:
Łazienki Królewskie and Wilanów are undoubtedly the most beautiful and must-see parts of Warsaw. Łazienki Królewskie is a beautiful English-style garden decorated with real pearls of architecture from the end of the 18th century: the Palace on the Water, the Old Orangery, the Water Collection, the White House … It is undoubtedly a magical place that we will be happy to show you. Wilanow Palace is a summer residence of the powerful Polish king, Jan III Sobieski.
Powązki is a unique district of Warsaw. It is a cementary quarter including: Catholic graveyard, two Evangelic, Jewish and two Muslim ones. They are all at least 200 years old. They are also full of the best artistic sepulcralic art. There is no a better place to understand the multicultural backgraound of Warsaw and Poland.
You can also see graves of Fryderyk Chopin family as well as a symbolic grave of Maria Sklodowska-Curie.
Warsaw Tourist Guide: the Jewish route:
30% of the inhabitants of pre-war Warsaw had Jewish roots. After the collapse of the ghetto uprising, the Germans demolished almost all the buildings. Exactly – almost. We invite you to take a walk in the footsteps of what is left. You will see the last fragments of the wall, surviving tenement houses, the place with the famous bridge connecting the small and large ghettos, the place where the Ringelblum Archives were discovered. We end the walk either at the Polin Museum or at the Jewish Cemetery.Y
Guided walks - themed tours:
We can personalize our excursions: perhaps you are curious of all places of Fryderyk Chopin? Alternatively, perhaps you would like to visit ex Jewish Ghetto? You’d like to know more about the newest Warsaw architecture? Call us, we’ll try to find the best solution for you!
Warsaw Tourist guide: location Based Games:
Does your team need some outdoor integration fun? Do you want to show Warsaw to visitors? A city game can be a great idea to show our city from a different perspective. These types of offers are always prepared individually, please contact us.