Guided tours in Warsaw and Krakow
Participants: 1-15 person (Only group booking)
Registration:1 days before deadline
Languages:German, English, Polish
Booking option:Booking on fixed rate
The museum tour is aimed at guests who want to learn how it is that in the Polish character the martyrdom urge is so extremely intertwined with an arrogant imperial thought.
You can expect from the tour that it is tailored to German visitors. I am convinced that after visiting this museum you will look at Warsaw and possibly all Poles with completely different eyes.
This museum tour combines a number of areas of interest that are not discussed in detail, but rather are meant to complement each other. Guests should be prepared that only exhibits relevant to German tourists will be shown and discussed on this tour. Otherwise, there would only be a chaos of information. This is the only way to ensure that a red thread can be traced. So you should book this tour if you are interested in the following topics:
The address of the museum is Aleje Jerozolimskie 3, 00-495. This is not far from the palm tree at the Charle-de-Gaulle roundabout, which in turn is at the southern end of Nowy Swiat Street. From the city centre (Centrum station; Novotel-Centrum, Hotel Mariott, Central Station) it is only 2 or 3 suburban train stops.
I will be waiting for you at the entrance to the museum. There you can leave your jackets and bags with the porter.
The exhibitions are on 2 floors. Stupidly there is a historical gap from 1763 to 1830, but this has no negative influence on the tour. At the end I will show you the most comfortable way to get to the next restaurant or hotel.
The tour will last max 90 minutes.
Tour of the Polish Army Museum with a licensed guide at native-speaker level.