Guided Warsaw city tour is a different way to meet the city
The Warsaw City Tour we will begin by sightseeing along the Royal Route in the old part of Warsaw -“Stare Miasto” (Old Town). It was restored after the 87 % of its destruction during WWII. Stroll along Krakowskie przedmieście street where one can see the statue of General Charles de Gaulle and Nicolaus Copernicus.
Old churches and Nobility Palaces, Warsaw University and Presidential Palace, Statue of King Sigismund the Third and the Royal Castle, which today houses an art museum. From the observation platform, one can see the Vistula river and newly built football stadium on the other side of it.
In the old city
In the old city we will enjoy the narrow streets, Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist and the oldest part of the Old town – the Market Square, with a statue of “Sirenka” – the symbol of Warsaw.
At the other side of the old Warsaw city tour, we will pass through Warsaw Barbican to the New town, see the house of Maria Sklodowska-Curie, a Polish physicist, the only woman to win twice Nobel Price. Stand at the impressive memorial of Warsaw Uprising 1944.
We will drive to see the Palace of Culture and Science (Palac Kultury i Nauki) located in the new center of Warsaw. Will stop to see Warsaw Nozhik Synagogue and the Ghetto Wall remnant. Our driven sightseeing will continue to Lazienki Park with Belvedere Palace and Chopin Statue.
Next part of the Warsaw city tour is the Jewish Heritage. We will start from the New Jewish Cemetery – an open book of Polish Jewish history. Warsaw ghetto takes an important place in its history. It includes M.Anilewicz street, Umschlagplatz – former train station from which the terrible deportations were executed.
For conclusion, Warsaw city tour will lead you through the Ghetto Heroes road. A walk along two streets marked by stones with the names of Jewish Resistance leaders. And above all, Bunker of the Jewish insurgents on former Mila 18 str. Nathan Rapoport’s memorial of Ghetto heroes.
Probably, you have come around the fact, that there is an amazing, newly opened Museum of the History of Polish Jews. We will spend there for about two hours, so you could get an idea of what a world was there once.