Warsaw Old Town highlights private walking tour
- Explore Warsaw on a guided walking tour
- Learn about the capital's turbulent history and unique culture from your local guide
- Get an insight into the city's best-kept secrets
Experience the beauty of Warsaw with a private guide on a walking tour of the historic city center. Get to know the true history of Warsaw's people and their fight for freedom.
The privat tour comprises the city’s most important monuments. Despite being devastated by Nazi troops during WWII, the masterful restoration of Warsaw’s historic center has transformed the riverfront district into one of the city’s most atmospheric areas, even earning a place on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
You will discover the charm of the old town area, which was destroyed during the war but rebuilt to the old baroque style. You'll go to Castle Square and the Royal Castle, where the Polish monarchs resided from 1596 until 1795 and the Polish President briefly took residence in 1918. There you will also admire the Copernicus Statue and the Holy Cross Church and you will see the column containing Chopin's heart.
On this 3-hour scheduled sightseeing tour, visit the Old Town, the Royal Castle, Lazienki Park, the Memorial to the Heroes of the Ghetto and the awe-inspiring contemporary architecture of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
- Walking tour with private guide
- Tickets to the museums
- Transport (on request additional cost)
Marszalkowska 99A, 00-693 Warszawa
In front of the hotel Metropol
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