Visit the buzzing capital of Poland. Once called “Paris of East” and the World’s capital of Jeddish culture, the city lots its ‘old’ beauty in the WWII. However, it didn’t stop “Warszawianie” (in Polish: the citizens of Warsaw) from rebuilding it. Nowadays the reconstructed Old Town is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List next to the Egyptian Pyramids and the French Versailles. Having the population over 2 million citizens, Warsaw offers all the attractions of the European metropolis, but because of its complicated history and unconventional beauty it is more demanding to appreciate it after the visit to the charming Cracow. Let’s enjoy Warsaw highlights with our tour!

In the program

  • listen to Chopin’s music
  • get to know the history of Jewish society in Warsaw
  • see a beautiful palace in Wilanów
  • socialist architecture

1st Day – where everything began…

Pick-up from the hotel. Visit to the Old Town, nicely located on the bank of Vistula River: Royal Castle, Market Square, Maria Curie’s house, exploring the nooks with our local guide.

Krakowskie Przedmieście Street – one of the most representative streets in Warsaw, where many important institutions such as the Presidential Palace or Warsaw University are located. We will see the most important monument in Warsaw – the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier; and we will check where Frederic Chopin lived in Warsaw. Afterwards we will visit the Chopin Museum.

We would enjoy local food specialities in the restaurant.

Let’s end this day with a relaxing walk in Łazienki Garden, the beautiful park which in the XVIIIth century used to serve as the residence of the last Polish king. We will see the palace beautifully located on the island, the amphitheatre, and the monument to Chopin.

Overnight in Warsaw.

2nd Day – complicated history…

High time to for a short history lesson. We would start this day following the footprints of Jewish Community in Warsaw, which before the WWII was the second biggest in the World (right after New York City). That period was shown in the Oscar movie “The Pianist” by Roman Polański. We would see the remnants of the Ghetto wall, monument to the Ghetto Heros, the breathtaking Museum of the History of Polish Jews and the Umschlagplatz – a place from which Jews were transported to Treblinka extermination camp. Visit to the modern and interactive Warsaw Uprising Museum commemorating the civil uprising in 1944, one of the most tragic event in the city’s history.

Overnight in Warsaw.

3rd Day – old meets new…

Visit to the baroque Wilanów Palace and the surrounding garden, often called the Polish Versailles. After the walk in the park we would go to the National Stadium, built to held European Football Championships, which Poland organized together with Ukraine in 2012. We will see the magnificent view from the terrace located on the 30th floor of the highest building in Poland – the Palace of Culture and Science – the gift from Soviet Union. Afterwards there would be free time for shopping in the nearby shopping center – Złote Tarasy, with more than 200 shops of the popular brands.

Overnight in Warsaw.