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Warsaw: World War II Private Walking Tour

Product ID: 224346
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Visit places and monuments in Warsaw that are connected to World War II, and learn the history of the war in Poland. Discover the stories of some Polish army heroes at Powiazki Cemetery with the extended tour option.
About this activity
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Duration: 2 - 3 hours
Starting times 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, 1:30 PM
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Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Russian
Wheelchair accessible

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Experience

Highlights
  • Follow the steps of Warsaw insurgents during World War II
  • Learn about the Warsaw Uprising
  • Ask any questions you might have of your private guide
  • Get to know Warsaw's World War II history
  • Hear the stories of some of Warsaw's heroes
Full description
Warsaw played an important role in World War 2. On this private walking tour, you'll learn about events like the Warsaw Uprising and the building of the Warsaw ghetto.

Your professional guide will take you to the most meaningful monuments and memorials in Warsaw devoted to war victims or soldiers including the Monument to the Heroes of the Ghetto. You'll also see the monument to the Little Insurgent in the Old Town, dedicated to the children who were involved in the war, and visit the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. 

Finally, if you choose the extended tour option, you'll visit Powązki Cemetery where you'll learn about a few more of Warsaw's heroes.
Includes
  • Private guided walking tour with a licensed guide
  • Live commentary and facts about WWII
  • Tour commentary in your selected language
  • Extended tour option: visit Powiazki Cemetery

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Meeting point

Meet your guide at Sigismund's Column Plac Zamkowy, 00-001 Warsaw

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Product ID: 224346