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From Warsaw: Krakow Sightseeing Tour by Express Train

1. From Warsaw: Krakow Sightseeing Tour by Express Train

Benefit from pick-up at your hotel, and then travel to the train station to board the express train to Krakow. A local guide will meet you on arrival. Experience the atmosphere of the city of the Kings of Poland at the landmark monuments of the medieval Old Town. Visit Wawel Castle and see some of its ceremonial rooms, and gaze in awe at the beauty of Sigismund Chapel inside the Royal Cathedral. Learn more about the Piast, Jagiellonian and Vasa dynasties and admire tapestries that once belonged to King Sigismund August. Look at the monumental Cloth Hall on Main Market Square. Discover the remains of the old city wall and learn about the ceremonial St. Florian's Gate. See the oldest synagogue in Poland in the Jewish Quarter of Kazimierz, and get the chance to buy souvenirs of amber and silver jewelry along the way.

Gdansk: Private Guided Tour to Warsaw with Transportation

2. Gdansk: Private Guided Tour to Warsaw with Transportation

The day begins with pickup from your accommodation in Gdansk and heads to the train station where you travel by train to Warsaw, or drive directly to the city (depending on option selected). Upon arrival in Warsaw, meet your local guide and set off into the historic city streets.  Pass by iconic sights and landmarks, including the Palace of Culture and Science, the Grand Theater, and Saxon Garden, home to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Head into the Old Town district and soak up the charm of this idyllic neighborhood. See the magnificent Royal Castle, and learn about the impressive Polish Kings who once lived here. Wander through Market Square next, then see the Warsaw Barbican and Uprising Monument.  Finally, enjoy a visit to the impressive Wilanow Park, a complex of palaces and vibrant gardens. Admire the richly decorated interior as you explore the impressive White Hall and Apartments of King Jan III Sobieksi. At the end of an insightful day, relax on the return journey to Gdansk.

Krakow Private Tour to Warsaw with transport and guide

3. Krakow Private Tour to Warsaw with transport and guide

The day begins with pickup from your accommodation in Krakow in a private car. Next, travel to Warsaw either by car or train, depending on your preference. Arrive in Warsaw and be greeted by your friendly guide, then set out on your sightseeing adventure.  Stroll through the New Town and stop by the Palace of Culture and Science, the Grand Theater, and the Saxon Garden to see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Explore the historical Old Town next and admire the impressive Royal Castle. Listen to your guide’s fascinating stories about the city's impressive history and former Polish Kings. Afterwards, wander around the Market Square, soak up the bustling atmosphere, and see the Uprising Monument. Stretch your legs as you discover Wilanow Park and admire the colorful gardens that surround you. Finally, stop by the White Hall to marvel at the richly decorated and ornamented interior. At the end of the tour, relax on your return journey to Krakow.

Krakow: Cultural Capital of Poland full Day Trip from Warsaw

4. Krakow: Cultural Capital of Poland full Day Trip from Warsaw

Take a 3h scenic train ride from Warsaw to Krakow, a UNESCO World Heritage listed city, and meet a local guide who shows you all of the city's top sights. Along the route, take in the stunning city of this charming Eastern European country. Arriving in Krakow Main (Krakow Glowny) railway station, look for your guide who awaits you at the platform with your name. Begin your guided tour with a walk from the train station through the Old Town. Listen to stories about the architecture, inhabitants, local history and attractions of Krakow. Walk along Florianska, one of the most famous and most exemplary streets of Kraków, leading straight to the heart of the city – the Main Market Square. Today it tempts with a variety of shops, restaurants, and clubs, while centuries ago it hosted the solemn coronation and funeral processions of monarchs. Admire the Main Market Square, the most important public space in Krakow, the most expansive Market Square of medieval Europe, gathering everything most characteristic of the city and having the most distinctive hallmarks, the most beautiful, the most important, the most charming, the most… Stop by the Collegium Maius and the Jagiellonian University the oldest in Poland and in this part of Europe. Immerse yourself in the culture of Krakow visiting Wawel Hill an ancient centre of power: legendary – connected to Krak or Krakus, the mythical founder of the stronghold and his descendants, and historical: ducal, princely, ecclesiastical, and royal. Be amazed by the castle and the cathedral with a bell tower and catacombs where many Polish monarchs are buried. See the six-metre tall Wawel Dragon statue and stop by the cave on the bank of the Vistula where the legendary dragon inhabited, terrorised the locals and demanded offerings of cattle, though in an alternate version of the tale these were virgins. Heading back down into Old Town, walk along the medieval cobblestone streets to St. Mary's Basilica with a high altar by Veit Stoss (Wit Stwosz), a bugle call and the star strewn murals by Jan Matejko covering the vaulting. Visit Sukiennice - Cloth Hall - full of stalls offering typical Krakow souvenirs. See the defensive walls and Barbican fortress before hopping on the train back to Warsaw.

Warsaw: Full-Day Private Tour from Poznan

5. Warsaw: Full-Day Private Tour from Poznan

Wake up early and meet your driver at the hotel. Make your way to the Poznan Glowny railway station where you board a train heading to Warsaw. Get your train ticket by e-mail in advance. On your ticket find a number of a car, compartment and seat. Take a 3,5h scenic train ride from Poznan to Warsaw, a UNESCO World Heritage listed city. Along the route, take in the stunning city of this charming Eastern European country. Arriving in Warsaw Central (Warszawa Centralna) railway station, look for your guide who awaits you at the platform with your name and shows you all of the city's top attractions. Get to know the sights in Poland's capital on a tour to explore the city of Warsaw. Visit some of the most important sites from the city's long and remarkable past, all as you get to know the city's background and its role in the history of Poland. Start your route with a visit to the city's Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Pass the former residence of Polish monarchs at the Royal Castle, the Baroque edifice of Krasinski Palace, the modern columns of the Supreme Court building, and the monument dedicated to the Warsaw Uprising of 1944. Next, visit the city's largest park, Lazienki Park, with famous monument to Frederic Chopin. Take the chance to relax in the beautiful rose garden and among the amazing nature of this place before hopping on the train back to Poznan.

From Krakow: Warsaw Highlights Day Trip by Train

6. From Krakow: Warsaw Highlights Day Trip by Train

Visiting Warsaw in one day is really a challenge. The city is wonderful, fantastic, completely different from Kracow. Therefore, we will focus on three locations that will allow you to familiarize yourself with the history and character of this city, the true “Phoenix that always rises from the ashes”. We will focus on three locations: the Palace of Culture and Science, the Warsaw Uprising Museum, and Warsaw Old Town. In the Palace of Culture and Science You will see: - Rudnev’s Hall - Gothic Hall - Viewing terrace with a marvelous view of Warsaw. You will see Warsaw Old Town including: - Streets of the Old Town - Barbican and defensive walls - Old Town Market Square - Castle Square - Royal Route - Royal Castle (tour outside) You will see the Warsaw Uprising Museum including: - You are stuck with a unique wall in which the heart of Varsovians from 1944 beats - the original weapons, clothes, bands are worn by insurgents, and field telephones and you will get to know the memories of these brave people – all with the original or with the help of multimedia - go through a short course in the history of World War II - a replica of the Liberator aircraft, which provided assistance to the insurgents in the city - a rare 3D movie “City of Ruins” – shows Warsaw devastated after WWII - You will find out why the whole of Warsaw stops for 1 minute, every year – exactly on 1 August at 5:00 pm 1. Our coordinator in Krakow picks you up from your hotel/apartment and takes you to Krakow Train Central Station. 2. We have bought 2-class tickets for the express train from Krakow to Warsaw. Our coordinator places you in the appropriate train car and seat. 3. You are in Warsaw about 2.5 hours later – your personal coordinator/guide is waiting for you on the platform. We monitor your train through the application, so even if there is a delay, we will wait for you. 4. We pick you up directly from the platform at the station. You don’t have to walk anywhere, we find you (e.g. we know your wagon number and seat beforehand). 5. You are visiting Warsaw with us. We show you the most famous locations and those that are important in the heart of every citizen of Warsaw. 6. Tour takes place partly by car and partly by foot. We anticipate lunchtime. 7. After the Tour, the coordinator in Warsaw places you on the appropriate train to Krakow. 8. In Krakow, our host in Krakow picks you up from the train platform and brings you to your hotel.

From Warsaw: Krakow Guided Private Tour with Transport

7. From Warsaw: Krakow Guided Private Tour with Transport

Head to Krakow for the day with a private guided tour. Tailor your trip with a choice of transportation by either train or car from Warsaw. Whatever your choice, enjoy comfortable transportation, a private local guide, great sights, and incredible stories. Tour round the Old Town first with your guide, where you will encounter sites such as the Krakow Barbican, St. Florian’s Gate, andCloth Hall. At St. Mary’s Basilica, follow the Royal Route that Polish monarchs used to tread and see the magnificent Wawel Hill. Walk around courtyard as you find out the history behind the cathedral. Enter to see the site of historical Polish coronations, and burial place for many famous figures. Next up is a different period of history in the Kazimierz District, previously a Jewish neighborhood. Visit the Tempel Synagogue and admire its architecture as you listen to tales of former local community.  Be picked up and dropped off at the train station by your guide should you choose the train option, or have the service of a driver for the vehicle option.

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Starts off a little slow but gets very interesting as you progress through the day, I highly recommend ending the day in the cellar pub in the Old Town, grabbing a bite to eat off the square (really amazing food and not at all expensive) for lunch is a great idea.