Social Activities

Warsaw City Tour


Date:
April 16, 2020 Thursday

Start & End Time: 15:45 - 18:45 (3 hours)

Pick-up location: In front of the university

Drop-off location: Same as pick up location (in front of the university)

Cost: 30 Euros per person

Please see the sample program:

The Royal Route: The most elegant artery of the city, shaped over ages, it enchants you with the air of beautiful palaces, magnificent churches, middle-class tenement-houses and splendid monuments. Driving along the Royal Tract one will see among others the President’s Palace, Holy Cross Church, the University of Warsaw, the monument to Nicolaus Copernicus, and the Parliament buildings.

The Royal Łazienki Park: An utterly beautiful and unique European park with the monument to Fryderyk Chopin.

Warsaw Praga District: This part of the capital takes its unique air from its authenticity present in its centennial tenement-houses, beautiful churches and old cobblestoned streets. A short drive through this district of Warsaw located on the right bank of the Vistula River will uncover, among others, the mysterious tenementhouses on Ząbkowska and Targowa Streets, St. Florian’s Cathedral, the National Stadium.

Historic sites: Former Jewish ghetto - prior to World War II the Warsaw Jewish community was one of the largest in the world. You can still find here hidden traces of the rich culture such as Umschlagplatz, the Monument to the Heroes of the Ghetto, a monument founded to the fighters of the Warsaw 1944 Uprising, Zamenhof and Miła Streets and fragments of the very busy Nalewki Street. We will also show you many other interesting places such as the Tomb to the Unknown Soldier, the Grand Theatre, the Monument to the Katyń Victims and many others constituting a part of the history of our city.

Warsaw Old Town: A magical place where you will want to come back over and over again to glance once more at Sigismund’s Column, the Clock Tower of the Warsaw Royal Castle, the monument to the Warsaw mermaid and colourful facades of tenement houses. The Warsaw Old Town stands for seven hundred years of history told by the city walls (the Barbican), churches (St. John’s Cathedral - a gothic church with urns containing the remains of eminent Polish citizens), commemorating plates and bullet holes on the walls of buildings.

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In some places walking can take about 20-30 minutes at a time.

*** The price of 30 Euros includes 3-hours city tours with English speaking guide service and transport service by bus.

Phone: 90 (212) 220 5451

Fax: 90 (212) 220 5452

E-mail: [email protected]