The best trip for everyone who is in Warsaw for the first time! We are going to show you the most important places in the capital of Poland. Nothing interesting can escape our attention. For sightseeing, we suggest the only such means of transport in the city – vintage Nysa 522, which is a spacious and very retro minivan that once used to drive around Polish streets. We will introduce our guests to the history of the city and Poland and most importantly – a professional local guide will make sure you are well taken care of. With us you will see the most important monuments of Warsaw, visit main squares, meet known Varsovians and learn about events in the history of the city. We will not bore you! The information is presented in the form of anecdotes that are easy to remember.
Come aboard and none of the gems of Warsaw will escape your eyes!
We will start our trip at Piłsudskiego Square – one of the most important squares in Warsaw. This place has been a witness to many important events in the history of Poland.We will travel back in time visiting the Old Town reconstructed after World War II – part of the UNESCO World Heritage List. We will get to know the history of Sigismund‘s column, the Royal Castle and the Warsaw mermaid. We will find out what world-famous pianist Frederic Chopin has in common with Warsaw, we will learn about the history of the world’s only Underground State and the history of Warsaw heroes, and we will touch the 1000-year history of the Jewish community in Poland. We will end the tour in the city center - the place where “past” connects with “now” and aims at “the future”. Warsaw is full of interesting contrasts.
If you want to, you can decide additionally:
- to uprade your transportation to: large retro bus caled "Cucumber", a modern mini-van or a modern bus
- to visit the viewing terrace on the XXX floor of the Palace of Culture and Science
- to taste various types of food and drink
- to take a private boat cruise on the Vistula River
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