Visitors to Warsaw who are short on time will love this easy guided tour to Krakow and Auschwitz, two of Poland's must-visit places. Take an early train to Auschwitz, where you’ll take a 3.5 hour tour to learn the sobering history of the place. Continue to Krakow, where you can wander at leisure in the pretty city. Return to Warsaw on a late-evening train.
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 may different types of food and drink at local restaurants: enough for a full dinner.
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.
Visit Warszawa Shooting Range in Warsaw and learn to shoot a range of firearms under the guidance of a professional instructor. With this 45-minute shooting package, fire six different guns from distances of 5, 10, 15, and 20 meters, including an AK 47, a CZ 75 Kadet pistol, a Glock 17, a Colt 1911, and a shotgun.
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.
The Fryderyk Concert Hall is one of Warsaw’s most beautiful and luxurious musical venues, with the intimate feel of the 19th-century salons in which Fryderyk Chopin performed. Spend the evening listening to a world-renowned pianist performing some of Chopin’s most famous compositions amid crystal, mirrors, chandeliers, and stucco. Upgrade for a VIP ticket, which places you in the first three rows: all tickets include a drink.
Discover the poignant history of Treblinka, home to a former Nazi concentration camp and penal labor facility, on a 7-hour tour from Warsaw. Far less crowded than the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, Treblinka features a museum, commemorative monuments, and peaceful natural landscapes. This small-group tour is limited to eight people to ensure an intimate atmosphere. Lunch, entrance fees, and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
World War II history enthusiasts–and anyone interested in learning more–won't want to miss this war-themed private tour of Warsaw. Tour in a cool retro minibus to sites that uncover the history of the war in the Polish capital. Visit the Warsaw Uprising Monument, a remaining fragment of the Warsaw Ghetto wall, remains of tanks and airplanes, and much more, all while listening to stories of Warsaw’s past.
A convenient option for travelers who want to learn about Warsaw’s Jewish history without putting in the hours of research time, this private tour encompasses important buildings and landmarks as well as the remains of the Jewish Ghetto. Pass by the Jewish Cemetery, Nozyk Synagogue, and Grzybowski Square, and see a fragment of the Ghetto Wall while hearing insightful commentary about Poland’s Jewish community throughout history.
Simplify your visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau from Warsaw on this private full-day tour with private transport. Learn more about World War II history in Poland at the infamous concentration camp, now a UNESCO-listed site, where so many innocent people died. Pay your respects to the victims of the Nazis and see first-hand where they lived and died.
Visiting Krakow and Auschwitz by yourself is almost impossible if you don’t rent a car. Avoid the hassle of driving yourself with this private tour that includes round-trip transport from Warsaw. Plus, your admission ticket to Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum allows you to explore the former concentration camp at your own pace. Your guide also takes you on a tour of Krakow afterward.
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.
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.
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.
Our private Wolf's Lair & Treblinka Tour combines 2 very important World War 2 sites: Hitler headquarters and a death camp. This tour starts and ends in Warsaw. If you are limited with time and interested in WW2 and the Holocaust, this is an option for you.
We prepared with high precision and special for you a unique program of tour. During this tour you will explore the top attractions, the most famous places and beautiful views which are full of history and culture like Old Town Market Square, Warsaw Barbican, Royal Castle, Holy Cross Church, University of Warsaw, most important Munuments and much more. You will be led by licensed guide who has many-years of experience and they are the best in all country! All of it will make this tour very unforgettable.
Take in the sights of Warsaw’s Old Town and give your legs a rest with this environmentally-friendly electric scooter tour. No need to worry if it’s your first time driving one, as the tour begins with a short training session. Along the way, whizz past key sights and landmarks, including Castle Square, the Warsaw Mermaid, the Warsaw Barbican, and King Sigismund's Column.
See more of Warsaw with less of the foot ache on this speedy small-group Segway tour (no experience required). Cruise past the Presidential Palace, the Royal Castle, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the site of the Jewish Ghetto, St. John’s Cathedral, the Vistula River, and the Multimedia Fountain Park.
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.
On board our traditional ships, we will show a number of Warsaw attractions, such as: Copernicus Science Center, Warsaw Mermaid, panorama of the Old and New Town, National Stadium, parks and green areas on the right bank of the Vistula and many others, a modern center, beaches and a descent to a sandy island in the middle agglomeration.
Our ships provide comfort in the sun and rain. These are replicas of former historical vessels adapted to float on the Vistula River.
Discover the Vistula River.
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.
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.
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.
The Wolf's Lair (Wolfsschanze or Wilczy Szaniec) was Hitler’s main headquarters during World War II and its overgrown remains maintain an eerie power. A 4-hour drive from Warsaw, it’s impossible to reach by public transport and a tough drive in a hire car. Skip the stress on this private tour, with lunch and entrance fees included, and stop at the Mamerki bunkers, Castle Reszel or Swieta Lipka Sanctuary en route.
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