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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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Fall in love with the traditional Polish cuisine on this delicious food tour in Warsaw! From yummy must-tries like the classic Pierogi to unique dishes like Żurek, a beloved soup made from an old recipe; you're in for a treat, so bring your appetite.
During this culinary tour in Warsaw, you will enjoy authentic local bites ranging from savoury to sweet while also discovering the city and its highlights. Wander around the city center and the historic Old Town, and enjoy your food journey to the max with the help of a local. Visit a super local milk bar, play in Chopin's music benches and go to hole-in-the-wall bakeries where only the locals go. And the cherry on top, do like the locals do and go to a bar covered in old newspapers for a shot of pure vodka. What can be better than that?
Try Drożdżówka, Zapiekanka, Pączki , potato pancakes that you can dip in sour cream a beer and some more in this private tour so what are you waiting for? Join right now!
Visit a shooting range in the former production halls of the FSO car. Meet your professional instructor, who has many years of experience. Receive a safety tutorial as well as ear and eye protection.
Choose between several different options, each containing a different selection of firearms to try out.
Shoot a Glock, AK-47, shotgun, uzi, PPSz pistol “Pepesha”, M4/M16 rifle, TT handgun, Mosin rifle, Magnum revolver, or a G36 carbine. Choose an option you like and come with your friends, partner or by yourself. Have the time of your life as you get your adrenaline pumping. Each option has a description so you can see what exactly is included in it and what to expect.
Taste your way through Warsaw like a local on a half-day Polish food tour. Beginning with pickup in a Communist-era minibus, reach the capital’s best eateries and markets; sample authentic specialties like dumplings, cabbage soup, sausage, and decadent pastries; top it all off with a shot of strong Polish vodka.
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.
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.
The best way to immerse yourself in Polish culture is to learn about its great food. On this fantastic cooking experience, you won’t have to worry about being hungry, as you’ll arrive to a buffet of meats, cheeses, and breads. Your instructor will explain step-by-step how to make Polish dumplings (pierogi), and later you can try them. An optional vodka tasting is also available, where you’ll try multiple flavors and learn about Poland’s history of vodka.
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.
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.
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.
Learn about a poignant part of Poland’s history in this tour of Adolf Hitler’s World War II Headquarters—Wolf’s Lair. You won’t have to worry about navigating in Poland’s countryside, as you’ll be picked up from your Warsaw hotel and taken to Masuria. Learn about Poland’s history and why this area was chosen for Hitler’s headquarters. As you’ll be in a small-group tour, you’ll have better access to your guide for questions.
There’s no better way to get to know a country than by its cuisine. Learn about the history and key flavors of Polish food on a half-day cooking course with a professional chef. Taste meats, cheeses, and breads, then cook and eat two different types of pierogi dumplings as well as another classic dish. Ask to arrange an optional Polish vodka tasting for PLN 49.
If you’ve ticked off Warsaw’s more obvious attractions and are seeking an alternative sightseeing experience, look no further than this bus tour of Praga, an infamous district with a dark history. On a retro bus, you’ll travel to Praga highlights such as 19th-century chocolate factory, Różycki’s Bazaar, and locations used in the hit movie ‘The Pianist.’ Plus, you’ll admire street art murals and learn about the mysteries behind an area known as the Praga Bermuda Triangle.