What you see in Warsaw
I have been passionate about the city for a long time. While sightseeing, I like to show it from different perspectives and observe how it changes. I am a licensed tour guide (licensed by the Marshal of the Mazovian Province, License No. 1902) and a graduate of Varsavian Postgraduate Studies at the University of Warsaw. I guide tours in Spanish, English and in my native language - Polish. I am also a certified guide in the Royal Castle and the Chopin Museum.
What to see in Warsaw? I like to present the city through its history and show what distinguishes it from other cities in Europe: original architecture, street art or traces of the communist era. If you want to know where the most beautiful roof garden is, which way the uprisers were evacuated from the Old Town or why cats are living in the Palace of Culture and Science, go on a sightseeing trip with me!
I guide groups, individuals and business travellers. Please find below my offer. If you know exactly what you want to see in Warsaw – I can also organize a different tour depending on your needs. In case of individual trips, those not included in my programme or organized especially for you, the price is calculated individually.
If you don’t know what to visit in Warsaw or you are interested in specific places, you are in the right hands! Just tell me how much time you want to spend in Warsaw, and I will present you the city in the most interesting and efficient way. Warsaw sightseeing is fun!
Please take a look at the examples of the routes below:
Discover all that distinguishes Warsaw from other European cities!
My offer: The Palace of Culture and Science with Viewing terrace on The Thirtieth Floor, The Warsaw Photoplasticon, the house of Edgar Keret (the smallest house in the world), The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and Saxon Park, The Library of the Warsaw University with a magnificent roof garden.
Duration: 5 hours of walking combined with public transport
If you are interested in visiting museums I recommend the impressive Warsaw Rising Museum, the Chopin Museum and the Museum of the History of Polish Jews (POLIN).
Are you interested in history? Go for it with Warsaw travel guide!
My offer: The Old Town and the New Town, Krakowskie Przedmieście Street with Piłsudski Square
You will see among others: the most important church in Warsaw related to Europe’s first constitution (St. John’s Cathedral), the view on the other side of the Vistula River from point called Gnojna Góra (Dump Hill), the birthplace of Maria Skłodowska-Curie, the Warsaw Uprising Monument, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Duration: 3, 5 h
In addition: visit to the Royal Castle (duration: 1h) or Wilanów Royal Palace (1h)
You can also visit museums: the Warsaw Rising Museum, the Museum of the History of Polish Jews – the possibilities of sightseeing are unlimited.
|WARSAW FOR PEOPLE ON SHORT VISITS
Do you have little time and want to see something more than a view from the window of the office or hotel room?
For those who come to Warsaw for business or short time and want to know a little bit more about the city , I suggest a car tour through the most important places with Warsaw travel guide (a comfort Mercedes C-class with air conditioning). I will show you the most significant and interesting places in Warsaw during the time you can spend there!
You will see, for example: the Palace of Culture and Science, the smallest house in the world, the place where polish National Army (AK) tried to kill Adolf Hitler, the Piłsudski Square with the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Duration and price of sightseeing will be negotiated.
Tired of hasty trip with the busy sightseeing programme? Do you want relaxation and tranquility? Try slow visiting! I’ll show you the most beautiful places in Warsaw. We can combine a walk with using public transport or a bike.
My offer: Walking through the most charming parts of the Old Town and Krakowskie Przedmieście Street, The Warsaw University Library with a roof garden, the Royal Park Łazienki.
Duration: 5 hours
|THE FLAVOR OF PRAGA
Folklore in the city? Renovated post-industrial buildings? Townhouses from before World War II? Cozy cafes with artistic atmosphere? Artistic bohemians? All of this you can find here in Praga. Go with me to the right side of the Vistula River and discover one of the most interesting districts of Warsaw!
My offer: A walk through Soho Factory (the Polish SOHO) and the most interesting streets of Old Praga, visiting the Museum of Neon, the Museum of Life under Communism, Praga murals and the former Connoisseur Vodka Factory.
Duration: 3 hours
Optional: transfer to Skaryszewski Park, walk to the National Stadium and the history of the Tenth Anniversary Stadium, relaxing on the Vistula beach (duration: 2h).
|WARSAW STREET ART
Are you interested in street art? Warsaw is the second city in Poland (after Łódź) with the most interesting street art. I’ll show you the most original projects! Discover new ones with Warsaw travel guide!
My offer: A car or public transport trip to see the best street-art projects (duration and price negotiable). Alternative sightseeing is fun!
Did you know that Jews have lived in Poland for 1000 years? The history of the Jews is an integral part of the Polish history. Why did Jews choose Poland and put down their roots here? How was their live here? What remained of the 400-thousandth Jewish community who lived in Warsaw before World War II? If you are curious about the history of Polish Jews, follow with me the vestiges of those years.
My offer: Palace of Culture and Science (south wall of the ghetto, the Monument to Janusz Korczak), Grzybowski Square with the Nożyk Synagogue, footbridge at Chlodna Street, the Umchlagplatz Monument (the place from where Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto were deported), the Monument to the Heroes of the Ghetto
Duration: 5 hours (bus ride necessary)
In addition: visit to the Museum of the History of Polish Jews (duration: 2h)
I am Warsaw travel guide in three languages: Polish, English and Spanish. I am licensed Warsaw travel guide, I am local and I love Warsaw. Warsaw sightseeing is much more interesting if you try to understand the complicated history of our city. I will help you with pleasure!
But why to take a Warsaw travel guide? Because Warsaw is the city of contrasts. It was almost completely destroyed during The Second World War and then carefully rebuilt. Today the city is a combination of pre-war houses, historical palaces, typical buildings from the communist times, amazing parks and gardens, also located on the roofs and modern skyscrapers.
If you are interested in Jewish Warsaw or any other topic, hiring a Warsaw travel guide would be the best idea! Warsaw sightseeing with me would be discovering Warsaw you will not see by your own!
Just write me or call!
|A guided tour up to 4 hours in English
|A guided tour to Royal Castle in English
|A guided tour to the Museum of the History of Polish Jews POLIN in English
|+ 1 hr
|A private car with a guide
|please call +48 696 410 142