Guided tours in Warsaw and Krakow
Participants: 1-30 person (Open tour)
Registration:1 days before deadline
Booking option:Booking on fixed rate
The tour is ideal for guests who are in Warsaw for the first time and want to get a quick overview. There is also the longer version with Warsaw Old Town or just the Old Town. The city guide is a German native speaker and passionate city guide with a license.
The city guide awaits the group at the Copernicus Monument in the Krakowskie Przedmiescie Promenade, where the Royal Tract also begins. The avenue is one of the most beautiful and famous streets in Poland.
After a short introduction, the city guide will show you the most important sights. Among them is the Holy Cross Church, where the heart of Frédéric Chopin rests, the University of Warsaw, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier or the Presidential Palace.
A small stopover is the Warsaw Miniatures Park, the only one in Europe that presents buildings that no longer exist. Of particular interest here is the Saxon Palace, which was located in Pilsudski Square. Today there is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Admission to the miniature park is included in the price.
The Royal Tract ends at the Royal Palace Square. There, guests are offered a beautiful view of the National Stadium and the Praga district. Here the city guide still explains the reconstruction of the city after World War 2. At the Sigismund Column he says goodbye to the group. There is then still the possibility to ask individual questions regarding further employment opportunities.