Get to know the city contrasts with a local guide
Warsaw is an unbelievable city - demolished during the Second World War and rebuilt from the ashes, for ages an unimportant town which eventually started to play a capital role. Here meet the socialist realist 'paradise for living' and an old palace, a sinister river and luminous parks.
This is a tour for anyone who wants to see how varied this city is, and get to know the city contrasts. It's great to see a fascinating blend of styles in the city center, which seamlessly crosses towards the royal city - the most beautiful palaces and tenement houses.
Let me show the faces of Warsaw!
We will start next to The Palace of Culture and Science (the option is to enter the viewing terrace), pass along The Saxon Garden, see The Tomb of The Unknown Soldier and the most representative part of The Royal Road, walk across The Old Town and get to the place where the wall surrounding The Warsaw Jewish ghetto was built.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: The Palace of Culture and Science (plac Defilad 1) or anywhere you wish.
End location: The tour ends in the city centre, next to Krasinski Square.
Duration: 4 hours
This is a walking tour.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 Polish zloty - 50 PLN - It's enough if you would like to buy snacks, beverages, or small souvenirs (coffee - 10 PLN, sandwich - 10 PLN).
I am not a driver guide but I can arrange for transportation with a car and driver.
I do not have a license to give tours inside The Royal Castle and Polin Museum.