Warsaw Old Town Walk
Warsaw – the biggest city and capital of Poland. Place full of history and memories. During the Warsaw Uprising in 1944, the German army razed the city to the ground, leaving only rubble. It was completely rebuilt after World War II, so today’s Warsaw is an outstanding example of a near-total reconstruction of a span of history covering the 13th to the 20th century. This is the reason why UNESCO included Old Town of Warsaw on its list of World Heritage Sites in 1980. Let us show you all highlights of this area during our guided Old Town walk which is the shortest version of city tour in our offer.
We offer private guided walking tours of Warsaw Old Town on request
- meeting our private city guide in chosen language at your hotel at chosen time (if your hotel is located too far from Old Town, we suggest meeting point in the centre or at additional cost we can provide private transfer service)
- walking tour of Old Town in Warsaw up to 2 hours total that includes all important sites of this district of the city:
- Tomb of the Unknown Soldier – commemorating all Polish soldiers who died during numerous wars for freedom and independence
- Presidential Palace – official seat of the president of Poland
- Chopin’s bench close to Wessel Palace – benches is group of 15 monuments commemorating composer Fryderyk Chopin, you can sit on the bench and listen to one of Chopin’s compositions after pressing the button.
- Castle Square – located at the entrance to the Old Town, must see place, together with King Zygmunt’s III Waza Column is the most famous spot of the city.
- Royal Castle – completely destroyed during the war, rebuilt in the 70s of the last century, for decades it was official residence of Polish monarchs.
- St. John’s Archcathedral – famous for significant national celebrations, one of the most important places for Polish culture and tradition.
- Old Town Market Square – surrounded by magnificent, colourful tenements with the monument to the Mermaid of Warsaw in the center – symbol of the city
- Barbican – part of the defensive walls, constructed around 1548, destroyed during the Second World War and reconstructed in 1952–1954
- The Little Insurgent Monument – commemorating child soldiers who fought and died during Warsaw Uprising in 1944
- Warsaw Uprising Monument in Krasinski Square – dedicated to heroic 63 days battle for independence in 1944 against German army occupying Warsaw
Whole tour lasts up to 2 hours
- 650 PLN for a group of up to 10 people
What is included:
- service of professional private city guide in chosen language for up to 2 hours walking sightseeing tour of Warsaw Old Town
This private tour is available in following languages:
English, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Russian, Portuguese, Swedish, Norwegian, Chinese and others
*some languages may be subject of availability and prices can vary