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Take a comfortable full day tour to Warsaw from Krakow. Join our Warsaw city tour and see all major touristic attractions in the capital of Poland


510 PLN 560 PLN

*Prices are per person

At least 2 participants are needed to organize the trip.


hotel/hostel pick-up

English speaking guide

Express/Fast train transportation

Guided Warsaw City Tour

All transfers in Warsaw

hotel/hostel drop-off


every day 6:30 a.m. on request


Duration: ca. 12 h


We will take you to the Old Town area to show you the Royal Castle, the Old Market Square and the Barbican. Following the Royal Route you will see the Presidential Palace,the University of Warsaw campus, the Holy Cross Church (home to Chopin's heart) and Copernicus' Statue. Other highlights of the Warsaw sightseeing tour include: the New Town with the Monument to Warsaw Uprising, the Jewish Ghetto, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Palace of Culture and Science, Łazienki Royal Park with the Palace on the Water, the Chopin Monument, the Praga District and more!
Warsaw has been the capital of Poland for more that four centuries and is the largest city in Poland. It is the center of Polish economic, political and cultural life. The symbol of the city is a beautiful mermaid wielding a sword in protection of the city. Warsaw is a bustling metropolis and at the same time a city with a unique history. Interestingly a quarter of the space in the city consists of parks and other 'green' spaces. Warsaw is truely a city for every taste and every budget ...


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