from 1 person 383,50€ per person
from 2 person 21450€ per person
from 3 person 156€ per person
from 4 person 123,50€ per person
Participants: 1-4 person (Open tour)
Booking option: Booking on fixed rate
Use a day to explore Mazovia - the area around Warsaw. On this day trip you will get to know all the highlights of this region at a glance: the birthplace of Frédéric Chopin and his world-famous piano music, noble residences of the Polish nobility and colorful folklore of Masovia.
In Żelazowa Wola you can walk in the footsteps of Frédéric Chopin and visit his birthplace. In the surrounding park you can enjoy the beautiful nature and lovely piano music. You will learn what Chopin had in his ears when he saw the Mazovian landscape and what music was close to his soul.
In Nieborów you will visit the baroque castle of the Radziwiłł family and get to know the turbulent fate of these cosmopolitans. In the magnificently furnished castle rooms you can admire valuable art collections, rich collections of books, English and Meissen porcelain and ceramics from the local majolica factory. You will learn how one of the most powerful families in the Polish-Lithuanian Republic once lived and how they financed their lives. You will discover that the Radziwiłłs were not only related to the Hohenzollerns, but also had a network of contacts with kings, emperors and presidents and had residences in France, Italy, Germany and Russia. No wonder the great and famous of that time visited Nieborów, to name Alexander von Humboldt, King Frederick II, Emperor Alexander I or the Kennedy family.
Afterwards you will visit a regional restaurant, where you can try the specialties of the Mazovian cuisine and admire the colorful folklore of this region. In the late afternoon you will come back to Warsaw full of impressions. Discover Mazovia with our expert German-speaking guide! Join us on this cultural discovery tour!
Transport by car/minibus
Licensed German-speaking tour guide and guide on site
Please choose a date in the calendar and make a request.