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Warsaw: Traditional Galar Cruise on The Vistula River

1. Warsaw: Traditional Galar Cruise on The Vistula River

Climb aboard a traditional wooden sailboat and enjoy an intimate, hour-long sightseeing cruise along the Vistula River. Your tour departs from the Copernicus Centre pier, where you will board your traditional 12-person Galar ship. Drift along the river towards the historic old town on a boat that was designed according to principles of folk boatbuilding. Discover the rich history and unique, natural views as you approach downtown Warsaw to get a unique perspective of the city’s skyscrapers and stadium. Look out for the parks and natural refuges along the right bank of the river before being returned to the pickup point.

Warsaw Pub Crawl with Free Drinks

2. Warsaw Pub Crawl with Free Drinks

Get ready for a legendary night out with amazing people on this Warsaw pub crawl. Start the night off right with an open bar on beer, wine, and mixed drinks (with whiskey, vodka, gin or rum) for 1 hour. Your party group will enjoy drinking games such as flip cup, beer pong or 5s to get to know each other. After the open bar, your fun guides will take you on to 3 other cool bars and make sure you get a free shot at each place. Continue to a nightclub, which is the final stop. The pub crawl ends at a cool club in the city center with VIP skip-the-line entry. A shot will be waiting inside for you as well!

Warsaw Old Town 1.5-Hour Segway Tour

3. Warsaw Old Town 1.5-Hour Segway Tour

Explore the historic streets and sites of Warsaw on a 21st-century mode of transport, and Segway your way around the Old Town for 90 minutes. The self-balancing, environmentally-friendly electric scooters avoid the need for long and tiring walks. Instead, jump aboard and ride your own Segway from location to location. After a brief training session, the tour heads past the most important buildings and monuments of the city. Your guide will relate their history and recommend other places to visit during your stay in Warsaw. Get panoramic views of the Vistula River, check out the fountains of the new Multimedia Fountain Park, glide past royal residencies, and Segway along Krakowskie Przedmieście; the oldest avenue in Warsaw.

Warsaw: Polish Food Tour

4. Warsaw: Polish Food Tour

During the course Polish Food Tour, you'll have the opportunity to taste between a large number of Polish delicacies different while visiting 3 to 5 restaurants in the historical centre of the city. You'll be guided by a food expert who will explain to you all the different aspects of the food that you'll be trying, from the ingredients to the history to how it's made. If you want to know what to eat in Poland, this is the way to go. You get to try many different things that make up the Polish gastronomical experience. Come hungry because there is a lot to try and you will need an empty stomach in order to enjoy everything that's on offer. 

Warsaw: 4-Hour Polish Food Tour

5. Warsaw: 4-Hour Polish Food Tour

When most people think about Polish cuisine, there is one thing that springs to mind - “pierogi.” But these tasty cheese and potato dumplings are served in all the English-speaking restaurants. For a more unusual taste of Poland, take this 4-hour food tour of Warsaw and learn what Polish cuisine is really all about. Savor Polish dishes in 4-6 carefully selected establishments, and hear the stories behind them. Discover why the Poles complain about the quality of the bread, and why they sometimes long for food produced in the 1970s. Learn why you can’t trust an invitation for “a cup of coffee,” and much more. Be prepared for the equivalent of a full meal, with dessert of course! But as you’ll do some walking, you’ll be able to work off some of the calories as you go - just remember to wear a pair of comfortable shoes.

3-Hour Guided Cycling Tour of Warsaw

6. 3-Hour Guided Cycling Tour of Warsaw

On this 3-hour tour you’ll have a comfy city bike and an expert guide who’ll take you to impressive places in Warsaw. Bike through the famous Royal Route, the Old Town and get panoramic views of central Warsaw from the banks of the Vistula River. See the University Library rooftop gardens, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and the Palace of Culture and Science.  The duration of the tour is 3 hours and covers about 9 miles, cycling at a very relaxed pace. A break for refreshments is planned at the midpoint of the tour.

From Warsaw: Auschwitz-Birkenau Small Group Tour with Lunch

7. From Warsaw: Auschwitz-Birkenau Small Group Tour with Lunch

Benefit from pick-up at your accommodation in Warsaw and journey to the village of Oświęcim. Enter the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum for a guided tour of the Nazi concentration camps of World War II. Hear how more than 1.3 million Jews and prisoners from Poland, France and Italy were murdered by the Nazis. See the infamous "Arbeit Macht Frei" gate and learn the origins of the camp and what life was like for the prisoners. Visit original sites such as the railway ramps, watchtowers and other reminders of the terrible events. Take a poignant trip through history in the museum and see period photos and personal artifacts that bring the past to life.

Warsaw: Warsaw Ghetto Private Walking Tour with Hotel Pickup

8. Warsaw: Warsaw Ghetto Private Walking Tour with Hotel Pickup

Experience an informative and impressive tour of the Warsaw Ghetto. The topic of this tour is the history of the establishment and liquidation of the largest ghetto in Europe. In 1940 the Nazis established the ghetto in the heart of Warsaw. Over 400,000 Jews from Warsaw and the surrounding area were crammed in an area of 4 square kilometers. 100,000 people died here from exhaustion, hunger, and disease and more than 300,000 were killed in Treblinka extermination camp. As a result of the attempt to completely liquidate the ghetto, an uprising broke out in 1943. The unequal struggle between the rebels against the armed German troops lasted nearly one month. In revenge, the Nazis completely destroyed the ghetto. It was survived by only a few Jews including Władysław Szpilman, the hero of the movie “The Pianist” by Roman Polanski. Before the Second World War, the second largest Jewish community lived in Warsaw, making up 30 percent of the entire city population. Within less than 3 years, the Jewish community no longer existed in Warsaw. During this 3-hour tour you will explore the real places and hear authentic stories. Discover fragments of the ghetto walls, the last street of the ghetto, and neighborhoods that were located within the ghetto. Visit the only synagogue that survived the Second World War and is still in operation. Find out where the supposed logic of destruction came from and how the plan of the final solution was put into action. Learn about everyday life in the ghetto, why the Jews took up arms, and who helped them. Discover the symbolism of the Umschlagplatz (collection point) and the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes. Although the ghetto has no longer existed for a long time, its history needs to be told.

Warsaw: Dinner in the Dark Experience

9. Warsaw: Dinner in the Dark Experience

Enjoy a one-of-a-kind dinner experience consisting of sublime Polish cuisine. Visit a "dark restaurant", where food will excite your taste buds, supercharge your senses, and satisfy your hunger for new adventures. This 1.5-hour culinary event takes place in the city center. Throughout the event, you’ll be served three delicious courses whilst having your senses stimulated by fun challenges in the dark. Prepare to experience strong emotions and exoticism, which will all be accompanied by a desire to feel secure. All of this will be conducted under the care of professionals as you are introduced to a world experienced by each of your senses, aside from sight. You will discover that smell brings out your imagination and stimulates you to guess what you are savoring, touch enables you to discover the texture of meals and to feel a closeness to those who accompany you on this exceptional journey. Hearing maintains the interaction and exchange of sensations, and the sense of taste suggests what is served as well as an appreciation of the quality of the meals.

Warsaw: Afternoon Public City Tour with Pickup and Drop-off

10. Warsaw: Afternoon Public City Tour with Pickup and Drop-off

Climb aboard a comfortable, 18-passenger air-conditioned coach and sit back and relax as you see the sights of Warsaw in the intimacy of a small group. Tours are available year round and can typically start with a hotel pick-up at 2:00 PM and end with a return drop off at 5:00 PM. The program is flexible but includes many landmarks, including the UNESCO World Heritage-designated Old Town. Go to Castle Square and the Royal Castle, where the Polish monarchs resided from 1596 until 1795 and the Polish President briefly took residence in 1918. Get the chance to see King Sigismund's III Column, the first secular monument in Poland. Admire the Gothic church of St. John's Cathedral, where the sarcophagi contain the remains of eminent Poles. Look at the architecture of the Old Town Market Square and Barbican, before visiting the former Jewish Ghetto. Here, stop briefly at the Memorial to the Heroes of the Ghetto and see the awe-inspiring contemporary architecture of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Go to Umschplag Platz and Mila Street to discover the site of the bunker where the leader of the Ghetto Uprising, Mordehal Anielewicz, committed suicide. Journey along the "Royal Route" admiring the aristocratic residences and famous monuments such as the Holy Cross Church, where an urn contains the heart of Fryderyk Chopin (1810–1849). Finally, walk through the Royal Park to experience the city's most beautiful urban oasis. Commonly know as "Lazienki" or "The Baths," the park is home to the "Palace on the Water," the lavish summer residence of the last King of Poland, Stanislaw August Poniatowski (1764–1895). Other important places of interest you might see on the tour include the Tomb of the Unknown Solider, the Monument of the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 and the Monument to the Victims of Katyn. If traffic allows, visit the Warsaw Praga District, including the National Stadium, St. Florian's Cathedral, the Orthodox Church, and Targowa and Ząbkowska Street. See the monument of the Brotherhood of Arms and the 19th-century vodka factory of the Koneser with its unique view of Warsaw Old Town from the Dąbrowski Bridge.

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What people are saying about Warsaw

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A really excellent introduction to Warsaw and it’s history. The guide was very knowledgable and fun, with a wry view of things. She was excellent. Also, an extremely comfortable coach, with water, coke and beer. All round a great experience.

Efficient transition from the plane to the tour, my tour guide Adam was waiting with a sign as soon as I got there. Made sure to show me all the best places in the short time I was there, very informative and friendly☺️

Our English guide Michal S. was fantastic! Yes, this almost 3.5 hour tour into the treacherous past of the Jews and Pols will stay with you for ages. Michal could have not told it better.

Mark was an excellent guide. He was informative, intelligent and understood our interest in the tour.

Marcin was absolutely wonderful!!! Very knowledgeable and entertaining. Loved his tour.