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Warsaw's Mixed Identity

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Warsaw, Poland

  • Activities

    Heritage-History Tour, Private Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $62 USD per trip
  • Duration

    3h

  • Avg Distance

    2 km

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    every day, start time adjusted to the guests.

  • Starting Location

    Near the your place of stay

  • Notes

    It is recommended to stop at a historical or local cafe during that time. You can prolong the tour even up to 7h for additional cost. The price is for up to 3 persons of family or friends.

Highlights

  • The Royal Route - the street of aristocracy and royalty in the city, which lead to Krakow the previous capital of Poland.
  • The Chopin Heart buried in the pillar of the church.
  • Fotoplastikon - exhibition of 3D photos remained unchanged since 1901 in spite of the huge destruction of the city in WWII.
  • The Palace of Science and Culture - the stalinist skyscraper.
  • Art nouveau stained glass in the first Polish Department Store of Brothers Jabłkowscy.

Guide

Trip Info

This is my basic cultural sightseeing tour lasting 3 or more hours, where you will see places of different origins and from different periods and which all played big cultural, social or political role in the life of the city. I show not only famous places but also other places and areas that are harder to find. This tour I adjust to my guests – for example we can concentrate on the oldest part of Warsaw (started in 14th century), choose less touristy area that you haven’t seen yet, see Warsaw modernism, learn about the communist effect etc.. We can make this tour on bikes or scooters too! Bike gives an exceptional opportunity to see more of the city landscape and see how different parts of the city are seamed in one.

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