is a story of rebirth. Once you’ve travelled around Poland, you realise this: Warsaw is different. Rather than being centred on an old market square, the capital is spread across a broad area with diverse architecture: restored Gothic, communist concrete, modern glass and steel.
This jumble is a sign of the city’s tumultuous past. Warsaw has suffered the worst history could throw at it, including virtual destruction at the end of World War II – and survived. As a result, it’s a fascinating collection of neighbourhoods and landmarks. Excellent museums interpret its complex story, from the joys of Chopin’s music to the tragedy of the Jewish ghetto.
It’s not all about the past, however. Warsaw’s restaurant and entertainment scene is the best in Poland. You can dine well and affordably here on cuisines from around the world, and take your choice of lively bars and clubs. This gritty city knows how to have fun.

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We regret to inform you that due to lack of minimum number of participants all offered tours are cancelled.


  The Old Town of Warsaw & The Royal Castle

Price: EUR 30,- / person

The price includes: English speaking guide, transportation, admission fee to the Royal Castle.

Duration: 4 hours (9.00 - 13.00)

Date: 29th August 2018 – Wednesday

Minimum attendance: 15 pax

The history of the Royal Castle and the Old Town  goes way back to medieval times. Since 1656, when the capital of Poland was moved to Warsaw, the castle became a royal residence and home of the Polish Parliament. This is the place where the Four-year Gathering of Parliament passed the Constitution of the 3rd of  May in 1791. The constitution was at the time a very modern type of document, first of such type in Europe, and second in the world.  The visit to castle includes: Court and Parliament Halls from the 16th and 17th centuries, as well as the Royal Apartment, the Great Apartment, and the abode of the old Parliament.
The tour continues from the Castle Square, and the monument of King Sigismund III Vasa to the Market Square. The characteristic sculpture of the king on a tall column is the oldest secular monument in Poland. Next we pass by the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist, the oldest church in the capital. The market square welcomes us with many colourful tenements of interesting architectural design. In the middle of the square there is a monument presenting the Mermaid – the heraldic crest of Warsaw. In 1980 the Old Town and the Royal Castle were brought into UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
The program of the tour foresees some free time in the Old Town, there are many art galleries, designers and  souvenirs shops.


  Castles & palaces

Price: EUR 32,- / person

The price includes: English speaking guide, transportation, admission fee to the Łazienki Królewskie complex.

Duration: 4 hours (9.00 - 13.00)

Date: 30th August 2018 – Thursday

Minimum attendance: 15 pax

The Royal Route is the most representative part of the city, full of charming palaces, churches, old bourgeois tenements, government buildings and monuments. The route connects two royal abodes – the Royal Castle and the summer residence located in Łazienki Park. The most interesting historical building among them are: Presidential Palace, Potockich Palace – seat of Ministry of Culture and National Heritage,  Czapskich Palace – seat of Academy of Fine Arts, Kazimierzowski Palace being one of the Warsaw University’s buildings, Staszica Palace. 
Passing along the street of Nowy Świat we get to Plac Trzech Krzyży (the Three Crosses’ Square), than go along Aleje Ujazdowskie – and this is a pleasant part of the trip, as we enter an area of wonderful parks and green squares. There is, in this area the Ujazdów Castle (currently home to the Centre of Contemporary Art) surrounded by English style park . 
Not far from the Royal Route is located  Warsaw’s most beautiful park and the favourite place of walking inhabitants and tourists – the Royal Łazienki Park with its complex of historical buildings- Palace on the Water,  Amphitheatre, New and Old Orangery, Miślewicki Palace. The Palace on Water – a pearl of Warsaw’s architecture,  was a summer residence of Stanisław August Poniatowski – the last king of Poland. The park was designed in English-style.​​​​


  Wilanow Palace & Park

Price: EUR 30,- / person

The price includesEnglish speaking guide, transportation, admission fee  to the Wilanów Palace and Park.

Duration: 4 hours (9.00 - 13.00)

Date: 30th August 2018 – Thursday

Minimum attendance: 15 pax

The Palace of King Jan III Sobieski  and surrounding park are located at the outskirts of Warsaw. This Baroque-styled summer residence was built between 1677 and 1679, as a gift for the queen Maria Kazimiera d’Arquien, wife of the King Jan III. Wilanów historical complex is nicknamed "the Polish Versailles". 
The palace, its beautiful gardens and other buildings are presented valuable and extraordinary works of art - paintings, sculptures, furniture, ceramics, glass, etc. and all constitute records of history. This  venue commemorates Jan III Sobieski, a warrior-king and at the same time a lover of books and paintings, a well-educated patron of art vividly interested in science. Travelling around the baroque apartments, we can find also many  souvenirs connected with the royal pair and the époque they lived in.
The park surrounding the palace is also definitely worth taking a closer look at, as it is decorated with monuments of mythical gods and heroes. The north part is a double-layer Baroque Italian-styled garden, while the south side is more romantic and kept in English fashion.


  History of the Polish Jews

Price: EUR 30,- / person

The price includes: English speaking guide, transportation, admission fee to the Polin Museum.

Duration: 4 hours (9.00 - 13.00)

Date: 31st August 2018 – Friday

Minimum attendance: 15 pax

Museum of the History of Polish Jews Polin was established in the symbolic place of Warsaw, in the center of a district once inhabited by a large majority of Jews, during the Second World War transformed by German occupiers into the ghetto. When visiting the museum, we invite you to travel together for a thousand years of history - from the Middle Ages to the present. The exhibition includes eight multimedia galleries devoted to different periods of history. After visiting the museum, the tour will continue to Holocaust memorials: Ghetto Uprising Monument, Umschlagplatz, Memorial Route of the Jewish Martyrdom and Struggle.



  Piano Concert at Chopin Point Warsaw

Price: EUR 36,- / person

The price includes: English speaking guide, transportation, concert ticket, glass of wine or soft drink.

Duration: 3 hours (18.00 - 21.00)

Date: 31st August 2018 – Friday

Minimum attendance: 15 pax

At the beginning -  short tour of Warsaw in the footsteps of the composer . The most important stops on the route are : the Church of the Visitant Nuns where he gave his first concerts and was an organist, the Czapski Palace where he lived, the St. Cross Church where his heart is interred, the Ostrogski Castle - the seat of modern biographical museum. 
The concert will be organized  in an intimate, unforgettable atmosphere of  Chopin Point Warsaw - historical place connected with Fryderyk Chopin. In this building, the composer at the age of 13 played a concert for the Warsaw Charity Society. In the program Chopin piano compositions performed by a one of the young talented artists, laureates of  prestigious music competitions.


  Fryderyk Chopin’s Birthplace ( Żelazowa Wola and Mazovian  Country Tour ) -  POST-CONFERENCE TOUR

Price: EUR 65,- / person

The price includes: English speaking guide, transportation, admission fee to museums in Żelazowa Wola and Nieborów, lunch.

Duration: 7 hours (9.00 - 16.00)

Date: 1st September 2018 – Saturday

Minimum attendance: 15 pax

Tour  leads through the Mazovian region to the village Żelazowa Wola,  60 km from Warsaw, where world famous composer Fryderyk Chopin was born in 1810. His family moved to Warsaw a few month later, travelling to the countryside only for holidays. The program includes visiting the old manor, which now houses a museum dedicated to composer. Visit to the residence interiors: rooms arranged with ancient furniture, decorative fabrics, porcelain  and musical instruments from Chopin’s childhood period. The manor is surrounded by an impressive garden and park . Żelazowa Wola is one of the most popular day trip destinations from Warsaw. This place is visited by Chopin’s lovers from all over the world. Than drive to Nieborów – village with the aristocratic residence built in the 17th century by one of the greatest Baroque architects, the Dutchman Tylman van Gameren. The historical complex consists of a Palace, Coach house, Majolica Manufactory, outbuilding, Orangery and Baroque Garden and English-style Park. 
The Baroque garden in the regular (French) style was designed in the 60s of the 18th century by Szymon Bogumił Zug. The museum in the Palace presents interior design of residences from the 17th to the 19th century, based on the surviving furniture and collections, featuring portraits of eminent personalities, several thousand drawings and sketches, books (from the 16th century), porcelain and textiles.



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