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Travel to Warsaw city – the capital of thrilling Poland! Warsaw tour offers you to visit the most famous attractions of this magnificent city. Take a sightseeing tour through the Old Town, visit Royal Route, enormous Royal Castle, travel to Warsaw Fryderyk Chopin related places, where composer spend his young days. The travel guide of Tours in Warsaw has so much to show you! You only need to choose one of our tour packages for you and a group of your friends and visit Warsaw on your holidays.
Tours in Warsaw will put a big smile on your face and you will fall in love with Poland even more! Warsaw travel guided tours will lead you to visit Warsaw St. John’s Cathedral and the Old Town Market Square. Warsaw travel guide offers day trips from Warsaw – travel and tour extraordinary cities of Poland.
Trust Warsaw guide and visit Royal Lazienki Park with the Palace on the water. Warsaw tours invite you to visit some of the most exciting museums and exhibitions: Copernicus Science Centre, National Museum, Museum of Warsaw and many more… Those Warsaw tours and day trips will make you see Poland from entirely new point of view and think of your own holidays in Warsaw. Believe us, you will want to come back here!
So are you ready to visit Warsaw? Holidays in Warsaw are worth of your attention, because there are plenty of tour packages with great destinations. Sightseeing Warsaw tours on your holiday trip, will give you a chance to discover wonderful places. Travel to Warsaw with a group and feel the spirit of this great country!
Area: 517.24 km2
Postal code: 00-001 to 04–999
Area code: +48 22
Rank in the country: 1st in Poland
The Old Town is no doubt a number one place to visit in Warsaw because of its amazing history, atmosphere and attractions. The Old Town was completely rebuilt after WWII based mostly on the paintings of an Italian painter, at its heart now is the Old Town Market Place. It is full of cozy restaurants and cafes and picturesque winding cobblestone streets. During the summers, the Old Town squares turn into open-air galleries and stages for musical and theatrical performances.
The Royal Castle is one of the most famous and visited places in Warsaw located at the very beginning of the Old Town. Originally built in the 17th century, it was completely destroyed during WWII but later rebuilt and now standing proud as ever of its unique historical background. Nowadays, the castle is open as a museum with different interesting exhibitions available about the history and life of the castle, about the 32 reconstructed rooms of the original castle and much more.
Palace of Culture & Science is no doubt among highly recommended places to visit in Warsaw because it actually was a “gift” from Stalin to the people of Poland. While many Polish people might have mixed feeling about this impressive building, the palace has become a unique symbol of Warsaw. There, you can go up to the 30th floor and enjoy the panoramic view of Warsaw, visit a cinema, four theaters, two museums, a coffee house and even a swimming pool. Not too bad for a gift, right?
Copernicus Science Centre is one of the coolest places to visit since it is the largest science centre in Poland, offering movie screenings and live shows in the planetarium! Besides this, the science centre offers more than 450 interactive exhibitions that give visitors an opportunity to carry out experiments and discover the laws of science on their own. It a super family friendly place because kids will no doubt love all of the activities, but if you feel like you’d rather stick to adults only there are special hours for that too.
Museum of Warsaw is located in the Old Town Market Place and is a perfect place for learning more about Poland’s history. It holds more than 300,000 exhibits that allow you to really understand what Warsaw is really all about. The museum is located inside eleven historic houses and displays exhibits from the 14th up to the 20th century. In the museum you can also find a cafe, a library with special reading rooms and go watch screening films about Warsaw.
Polka Restaurant is definitely one of the best places to try and enjoy Polish national cuisine in the Old Town. The restaurant offers high quality of food, excellent service, reasonable prices and a home-like cozy atmosphere.
Panorama Bar & Lounge is located on the 40th floor of the Marriott Hotel and is a top choice if you like an incredible view to go with your dinner. Here you can find chose from a wide menu of both classical and unique cocktails and order some delicious snacks to go with them.
Mango is a great place to eat for vegetarians and vegans because of so many different dishes to choose from. The atmosphere of the place is super relaxed, the staff incredibly friendly and the portions insanely huge. What more can one ask for, right?
Hard Rock Cafe is popular among locals and tourists mostly because of its special breakfast menu. No better way to start your day than to get your energy bar full with the help of big and cheap American breakfast and no better place to do it than here!
U Fukiera is located in a tenement house that was used for producing wine in the 16th century. Here every person will find something to please his taste because the restaurant’s menu varies from prewar Polish dishes to modern south-European cuisine.
Take a walk along the Royal Route because it is no doubt the most beautiful part of the city. It begins at the edge of the old town, continues through the University of Warsaw’s campus, along the Church of St. Anne, Three Crosses Square and ends at the famous Łazienki Park. Now you see why it is a must do, don’t you?
Take a break in Łazienki Park after enjoying the beauty and charms of the Royal Route. It is the biggest and most fascinating park in Warsaw that was designed in the 17th century in the Baroque style. Apart from the beautiful nature, you can also visit a number of palaces, amphitheater and orangeries.
Visit the Keret House and experience what it would feel like to live in the narrowest house in the world. It is an art installation inserted between two buildings coming from two different architectural backgrounds and is equipped with all necessary furniture and devices for living in it. To see this is definitely one of the best and most unique things to do in Warsaw.
Have a barbecue by the Vistula River because, well, you can. While in Warsaw, make use of the fact that people are allowed to light a campfire in the middle of the city while enjoying the view of the Old Town in the background and go have some fun!
Go up the tower of St. Anna Church so you can appreciate Warsaw from above in all of its glory. From here, you will be able to enjoy the views not only of the Old Town but of the new skyscrapers and the residential areas as well. And of course, there’s no better time to enjoy the town’s view as the sunset.
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