Warsaw has been Polish capital for over four centuries. It surprises visitors with its vitality, cosmopolitan atmosphere and hospitality. With a mosaic of impressive historical buildings, modern skyscrapers and green parks, Warsaw pulsates with its unique invincible energy. Let us show you the wonders of Warsaw, the Phoenix City.
Day 1 Friday - Arrival and walking tour
Upon arrival at the airport you will be met by your guide and driver who will transfer you to hotel.
After checking in, meet our guide for a walking tour of the UNESCO- listed Old Town. Have a stroll through Warsaw’s renowned Castle Square. Here you’ll find street artists, small cafes and shops among the rebuilt gothic mansions of Warsaw’s nobility. View one of the city’s most famous landmarks, Sigismund's Column (Kolumna Zygmunta), built to honor King Sigismund III Wasa, who moved Poland’s capital from Krakow to Warsaw in the 17th-century.
In the evening enjoy a Fryderyk Chopin concert in the heart of Warsaw at the Chopin Point at Krakowskie Przedmieście Street.
Followed by a welcome dinner at one of the superb restaurants in the Old Town area.
Day 2 Saturday- Private tour
Meet our guide and driver for a bespoke half-day tour of Warsaw. We can recommend a selection of tours, such as: Jewish tour, Chopin tour, tour of Wilanow Palace or Praga tour.
In the afternoon we highly recommend visiting one of the top Warsaw museums: POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews or Warsaw Uprising Museum.
Afterwards, immerse yourself in Polish cuisine, and dine at the best pierogi (dumplings) place in Warsaw.
Day 3 Sunday - Day at leisure
We recommend having a picnic and an open-air Chopin concert in the Royal Lazienki Park (summertime), a shopping trip to one of many Warsaw shopping malls or taking in the panoramic view of Warsaw from the vantage point of the Palace of Culture and Science.