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Warsaw tailor-made guided tours

All our guided tours are arranged on request. They are all tailored to our Clients’ interests and needs, and planned down to the smallest detail. Below you will find some examples of tour itineraries we have created for our Clients. We can guide you by car, by coach or on foot as well as by an old tram or by horse carriage.
For the detailed description of the sights worth visiting in Warsaw refer to „What to see in Warsaw” chapter. For the information on prices of guiding services refer to „Guiding services – the tariff” chapter.

Sample itineraries:

OLD WARSAW (2 hours)

Two hours long walk around the Old Town: the Castle Square, Sigismund’s Column, St. John’s Cathedral, Kanonie Square, Gnojna Gora, the Old Town Market Square, the Barbakan, Holy Spirit Church, 16 Freta Street – Marie Curie birthplace, the New Town Market Place, St. Casimir’s Church, the defensive walls, the Monument to the Little Insurgent,  Piwna Street, Zapiecek.


kolumna-zygmunta-2.jpg Visit to the Royal Lazienki Park. Walk around one of the most beautiful and historic parks of Warsaw: Chopin Monument, Belweder Palace, Diana’s Temple, the White House, the Palace on the Water - the former summer residence of the last king of Poland, Stanislaw August Poniatowski.
Drive along the Royal Way: short stop at the House of Parliament, the Three Crosses Square, Nowy Swiat and Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street.
Visit to the Old Town. Short walk around the streets of old Warsaw: the Castle Square with Sigismund’s Column, St. John’s Cathedral, Kanonie Square, the Old Town Market Place, the Barbakan.
Drive to the former Jewish district and the Ghetto: stop at the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes and Umschlagplatz.
Drive through the Bank Square, Theatre Square (the Grand Theatre) and Marshal Pilsudski Square (the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier).


Visit to the Royal Lazienki Park – Chopin Monument.
Drive along the Royal Way towards Ostrogski Castle (the seat of F. Chopin Society). Visit to F. Chopin Museum.
Walk from the museum towards the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier: Holy Cross Church (resting place of Chopin’s heart), Warsaw University, Fine Arts Academy, Holy Trinity Church.
Drive to Powazki Cemetery, where F. Chopin’s parents and sisters are burried.The above itinerary can be extended to visit to the following sights:

  • Zelazowa Wola – Chopin’s Birthplace
  • Chopin’s Drawing Room

We can also arrange a private piano concert in one of the beautiful buidlings in the Royal Lazienki Park.


Drive to Grzybowski Square: Nozyk Synagogue (if possible, visit to the Synagogue interior), Jewish Theatre, All Saints Church, Prozna Street.
Drive to Zlota Street, where the remaining pieces of the Ghetto wall are preserved. Walk along Zlota, Zelazna, Pereca, Walicow Street towards Chlodna Street, where the bridge connecting two parts of the Ghetto was built.
Drive along Solidarity Avenue and the Bank Square towards the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes. Short walk along the Route of Jewish Martyrdom and Struggle towards Umschlagplatz. Above itinerary can be extended to the following sights:

  • Jewish Cemetery on Okopowa Street
  • Jewish Historical Institute
  • Janusz Korczak Orphanage on Jaktorowska Street
  • Judaica in Praga district

WARSAW BY NIGHT (2,5 hour)

Drive through the most interesting sights in Warsaw: Royal Route, Marshal Pilsudski Square with the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Theatre Square, Bank Square, the very centre of the city with the Palace of Culture and Science, the former Jewish district and the ghetto.
Short walk
around the streets of the Old Town.
Dinner in one of the local restaurants in the Old Town can end the tour.

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