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Learn about the history of the Holocaust on a full-day trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau from Warsaw. Alongside your guide, visit the site of the former Nazi extermination camp and delve into the history of the Third Reich. See preserved wooden watchtowers and barbed fences, and behold suitcases, shoes, and documents that belonged to Jewish prisoners in the site’s museum. Skip-the-line tickets and a Polish lunch are also included for a hassle-free experience.
Delve into the riotous revelry of Warsaw’s nightlife on a pub tour of the Polish capital. With a knowledgeable guide, visit a selection of Warsaw’s most fashionable and atmospheric drinking venues and enjoy complimentary drinks and special discounts in each one. Conclude your fun-filled night at a popular club, where you can opt to dance and drink until the early hours of the morning.
First time in Warsaw? Explore the parks, plazas and palaces of the Polish capital on this comprehensive 3-hour sightseeing tour. Stroll around the UNESCO-listed Old Town, marvel at the Royal Castle, then stop to snap photos of St. John's Cathedral, the Holy Cross Church and the Royal Park. Next, learn more about Warsaw’s tumultuous history as you walk through the Jewish Ghetto, pay your respects at the Tomb of the Unknown Solider and visit the site of the Mila 18 bunker. This small-group tour is limited to 15 people.
Explore Warsaw from behind the wheel of a vintage Fiat 125p on this private tour. Hop aboard to see the city’s top attractions, including Castle Square, Soviet-era architecture and the Old Town. Opt to add a museum visit, stops at the former Jewish Ghetto or bohemian Praga district or any other points of interest. Pick up insightful Polish history from your guide and top off your trip with a snack or meal (own expense) at a communist-era milk bar.
This bike tour helps you save time and see multiple Warsaw highlights in one day. You won’t waste time waiting for public transport, or studying maps, as a guide will lead the way and show you local shortcuts. Traveling by bike means you’ll be able to access places that can’t be reached by train or bus. See multiple highlights such as The Palace of Culture and Science, the Old Town, University Library, and more.
Poland is known for its hearty and delicious cuisine, such as “pierogi” (stuffed dumplings). This tour helps avoid potential language barriers when eating out, as you are introduced to a large selection of different Polish foods at several different restaurants in the city center. A guide enhances the tour by explaining the history of each dish and how its made.
Learn the art and craft of Polish cuisine with this informative and entertaining Polish cooking class. Cook two or three classic Polish dishes and learn about the history of Polish cuisine as you're cooking. Sip on complimentary drinks and then eat what you have created and cooked.
Take a full-day tour from Warsaw that includes a Krakow city tour and a sobering visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau. At Auschwitz-Birkenau, visit still-standing parts of the original Nazi concentration camps along with artifacts from the prisoners who perished there during World War II. Learn about the murderous Nazi campaigns against Europe’s Jewish populations and other ‘undesirables’ as you tour the camps. Change pace in Krakow, taking in landmarks including St. Mary’s Basilica and more.
Visit both Auschwitz I and Birkenau WWII camps in a single day during this Auschwitz tour from Warsaw that includes round-trip transport from the city center and your admission ticket into the historical site. You’ll explore the concentration camp grounds with a guide who tells you tales of the history of the camp and its people.
Discover Warsaw’s Jewish heritage from the seat of a Fiat 125p on this private tour. Led by a local guide, hop aboard your vintage vehicle to see the Jewish Cemetery, Nożyk Synagogue, and the Ghetto Wall. Feel free to mention any other points of interest to your private guide, including a stop at the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Help yourself to included snacks and opt to pull over along the way to purchase a meal at an authentic Polish restaurant.
Get beyond Warsaw’s tourist trail on a history and culture tour that offers a unique insider’s perspective on the city. Board a Communist-era Zuk van and explore the architectural heritage of Socialist Realism. Step in pre-war courtyards tucked off elegant streets, learn the stories of the families who lived in Warsaw’s Jewish ghetto, and see where Germans and Poles clashed in fierce street battles. Visit the hip neighborhoods of the artistic Praga district, and sample Polish delicacies, pastry and vodka in local eateries as you learn to order, eat and drink like a Pole.
See the best of Warsaw on this 4-hour city sightseeing tour. Hop aboard a comfortable bus and travel past major landmarks including the Ghetto Memorial, the Grand Theatre and more. Take a ride along the Royal Route and spot the impressive architecture of the aristocratic residences and historic churches. After a half day of exploration, you will be returned to your Warsaw hotel.
Get acquainted with the historical sights and cultural delights of Warsaw the alternative way on a tour by retro Nysa van. Travel back in time to Poland’s communist era and visit arresting monuments with a knowledgeable guide; admire the grand architecture of the Palace of Science and Culture; see the Jewish Ghetto and bohemian Praga district; and enjoy a lunch inspired by Polish culinary classics.
Explore Poland's resilient and modern capital city on an afternoon sightseeing tour by coach. Cover most of the major landmarks, including the Royal Castle, King Sigismund III’s Column, Holy Cross Church, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a historic vodka factory, and the UNESCO-listed Old Town, faithfully rebuilt after the destruction of World War II. Hear stories of wartime tragedy and triumph as you see the former Jewish Ghetto and Monument of the Warsaw Uprising of 1944.
It’s always hard to find the best places to eat in a new city—and samples are impossible to negotiate without a local guide. Discover Poland’s rich cuisine and Warsaw’s most authentic eateries on an early evening tasting tour with a guide. Try 13 or 14 different types of food and drink at five or six local restaurants: enough for a full dinner.
Learn about Warsaw’s days under communism on this private historical tour by Nysa 522 van. With a knowledgeable private guide, hear about the Soviet-run elections after World War II and other communist-related events, and visit sites like Constitution Square (Plac Konstytucji) to see examples of socialist architecture.
See Warsaw’s top attractions on a City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off tour, valid for 24 or 48 hours. Hop aboard the double-decker bus and pass the Royal Castle, the National Museum, the UNESCO-listed Old Town and more. Hop on or off along any of the route’s 10 stops and enjoy exploring this vibrant capital city at your own speed.
One of Poland’s national dishes is its delicious stuffed dumpling specialty of “pierogi”. They’re available widely in restaurants, but rather than just tasting them, get more out of your time in Warsaw by learning how to make them. This cooking class provides all the ingredients and utensils you need, so no need to bring anything with you, just turn up and have fun.
Chopin was one of Poland’s most famous composers, and his hometown was Warsaw. This tour combines a music concert with a short speech that teaches you about the background of Chopin. Enjoy a concert in a historic building conveniently located in Warsaw’s Old Town—which means it’s easy to reach by taxi or public transport. You're also be treated to a traditional Polish glass of mead or apple juice.
Immerse yourself in Warsaw's communist past with this private tour of Warsaw's socialist sites with a knowledgeable local guide, cruising around in an iconic automobile of the era while learning all about what the communist ear was like in Poland. See the important communist sites such as the Palace of Culture and Science, the House of the Polish Communist Party and much more.
Zoom around the historic city of Warsaw in a retro Fiat 125p during this 4-hour sightseeing tour. Explore the UNESCO-listed Old Town and learn about the city’s tumultuous history stretching back hundreds of years. Learn about Poland’s role in World War II and its impact on the country and see what daily life is like for modern-day residents as you make your way around town with your private tour guide.
See Warsaw’s essential sites from the wheel of a classic Fiat 126p on a 2.5-hour, self-driving tour with an experienced guide. Hear stories about the city’s most colorful characters and history as you explore the city; start beside the landmark Palace of Culture and Science, then take off through the Old Town to see a castle and war monuments. Cross the river to the up-and-coming Praga district, and get tips on the best places to eat and drink like a local in the city’s hippest bars and cafes.
Segways are a great way to get around Warsaw as you will get a much more intimate perspective of the city than you would on a car or bus tour, but you will still cover more ground than you would on a walking tour. You’ll get a short training session so you feel comfortable using these environmentally friendly vehicles. See the most beautiful and important buildings in Warsaw’s Old Town area, all while having fun.
Enjoy the music of one of Poland’s most famous composers—Chopin, in this everyday concert of Chopin’s music. The concert hall is conveniently located in the beautiful Old Town of Warsaw, where you can admire magnificent gothic architecture, and listen to music at the same time. Different professional musicians perform each day, making your experience truly unique. A glass of Polish honey wine is included, and you'll also get access to a photo exhibition.