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Warsaw: Lazienki Park Small Groups Tour

1. Warsaw: Lazienki Park Small Groups Tour

Visit one of Warsaw’s most iconic landmarks, Lazienki Park, a magical place that’s an absolute must-see for any visitor to the city. This tour is dedicated to customers who want a more intimate experience within a smaller group. This means you can get the most out of your visit without having to make compromises. The park is stunning year-round, with shimmering colors of the rainbow in Fall, fairy tale snow covered grounds in Winter, bountiful blooms in Spring, and postcard perfect scenes in Summer. Across an incredible 80 hectares, the park is filled with places to explore, and your guide will take you to some of the most characteristic places in the park such as the Amphitheater, Palace on the Island, and New Orangery.

Warsaw Private Wilanow Palace & Garden Tour

2. Warsaw Private Wilanow Palace & Garden Tour

Discover the Wilanow Palace, one of the most beautiful architectural monuments in Warsaw called "The Little Versailles." Wilanow Palace survived the time of Poland's partitions and both World Wars, and has preserved its authentic historical qualities. The palace was built as the royal summer residence of the King John III Sobieski. The typical baroque palace is remarkable for its original architecture, a blend of European art with the traditional Polish building techniques, and is one of the most important monuments of Polish culture. During this trip make sure you see the richly decorated palace interiors, and don’t forget to explore the beautiful French style gardens and landscaped park. Don’t miss out on this unique tour of Poland’s architectural history!

Skip-the-line Lazienki Park & Palace Private Tour and Cruise

3. Skip-the-line Lazienki Park & Palace Private Tour and Cruise

Visit Lazienki Palace and park on this private guided tour. You'll discover the magnificent palace set in the largest park in Warsaw with skip-the-line tickets. Explore the many richly ornamented chambers, including the Solomon Room, the Bathing Room, and the King’s Bedroom. Then, your private guide will take you on a gondola cruise through the water canals in the park. You'll hear stories about the park and palace, learn the origins of the name, and get a chance to see the Belweder Palace. If you're lucky you'll also get to see some of the park's beautiful resident peacocks.

Warsaw: Hot Air Balloon Flight and Tykocin or Narew NP Visit

4. Warsaw: Hot Air Balloon Flight and Tykocin or Narew NP Visit

After a 2-hour trip by road from Warsaw, arrive in the Podlasie region, around 150 kilometers north-east of Warsaw. Meet your pilot and walk over to the balloon. If you wish, you can assist with inflating it. You will then fly over Biebrzanski National Park or Narew National Park. Admire some of the most mesmerizing landscapes of North-Eastern Poland on a 1-hour flight. Look down on a winding river, colorful fields, wild animals, and picturesque villages. After the hot air balloon flight, you will visit either the small town of Tykocin, famous for one of the best-preserved baroque synagogues in Poland, or Narew National Park. You will then be driven back to Warsaw.

Warsaw: Lazienki Park & Museum of the History of Polish Jews

5. Warsaw: Lazienki Park & Museum of the History of Polish Jews

Discover two gems of Warsaw on a group tour. After pickup from your hotel, travel to Lazienki Park. The park covers an area of almost 80 hectares and is home to many historical buildings, some dating back as far as the 18th century. Stroll through the grounds like a local and see the Palace on the Island, the Orangery, the statue of Frederic Chopin, the Amphitheater and its renowned paths and alleys. Continue to the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, to explore the centuries-old history of Jews in Poland. Multimedia exhibitions will explain the story of how Poles and Jews lived together for hundreds of years and how both cultures merged. The exhibition is made up of eight galleries that present the successive phases of Jewish history, from Jewish settlement in Poland, to the harrowing events of the Holocaust, concluding with contemporary times.

Warsaw Uprising Museum and Lazienki Park Small Group Tour

6. Warsaw Uprising Museum and Lazienki Park Small Group Tour

Join a maximum of 8 people on a small group tour of the Warsaw Uprising Museum and Łazienki Park to explore the history and culture of Warsaw.  Your tour begins at the Warsaw Uprising Museum where you will have the opportunity to learn about the 1944 uprising through photos, personal stories, and multi-media exhibits. Highlights of this hands-on museum include a replica of the B-24 Liberator Bomber, an observation tower with panoramic views over Warsaw, and a memorial wall. You will leave the museum with a deeper understanding of what it was like to live in Warsaw at the end of World War II. Following the museum tour, your driver will take you to Łazienki Park for a walking tour. This beautiful park in central Warsaw covers nearly 80 hectares. Popular with locals and tourists alike, the park includes many monuments, historical buildings, and themed gardens. Highlights of your tour will include the Palace on the Isle, the New Orangery, and the Classical Amphitheatre. Łazienki Park is enchanting in any season.

Zelazowa Wola: Frederic Chopin Half-Day Private Tour

7. Zelazowa Wola: Frederic Chopin Half-Day Private Tour

Visit places connected with the childhood of world-famous pianist and composer Frederic Chopin on this half-day tour from Warsaw. Enjoy a short trip to the nearby village of Zelazowa Wola. It is here that Frederic Chopin was born, and a museum dedicated to the composer is located in the preserved annex of the former Chopin family home. Inside the home, the atmosphere of an early 19th-century Polish manor house has been recreated, with furniture, tapestries, engravings, and musical instruments of the period decorating the interior. The spacious rooms also display a number of unique manuscripts penned by Chopin in his early childhood. Afterward, relax in the lovely botanical park created behind the manor. After touring the museum and its gardens in Zelazowa Wola, visit the Gothic-Renaissance parish church in nearby Brochow. This is the site where Chopin's parents were married and young Frederic was baptized.

Warsaw City Sightseeing in a Retro Bus: Groups

8. Warsaw City Sightseeing in a Retro Bus: Groups

Start the tour at your chosen time from your accommodation. Your group is picked up by Retro bus Jelcz "Cucumber", and a tour guide will introduce you to Warsaw. Your guide will present you the plan of the tour, which includes the most important sights of the city. During the tour, tells you about Warsaw's history and present. On the road, you hear more about the objects you pass by. Your first stop will be Palace of Culture and Science. During a walk the guide will tell you more it and why is it called a symbol of Polish Communism, how it was constructed and what influence it has on modern Warsaw. Next, hop on the bus that will take you to the historic heart of Warsaw. You'll get off the bus to take a stroll down the streets of Old Town. Here, learn about fascinating past of Poland, see the Sigismund's Column and Royal Castle and hear about Polish Royals, their fates and battles they did for the country. Follow to see the Cathedral of St. John and find out about its post-war restoration. Then, in the Old Marketplace. in the middle of this UNESCO-listed site, you see symbol of the city – Warsaw Mermaid. Walk down by the picturesque houses of the Old Town, to reach the Barbican, fragment of the restored city wall, then have a look at the birthplace of Marie Curie, a great Polish scientist. Walking back to the bus, you'll pass by the Warsaw Uprising Monument, an impressive memorial. Here you'll learn more about this WWII event from your guide. Next, the bus takes you to the Royal Park Łazienki. In the upper fragment of the park you'll see the monument of Frederic Chopin, one of the best known Poles, a romantic period composer. Then, the guide will present you the incredible Palace on the Isle, summer residence of the king of Poland, Stanisław August Poniatowski. On the walk through the park, you'll hear stories about turbulent late 18th-century Poland while admiring examples of architecture of that period. After this relaxing stroll in the "green lungs" of Warsaw, the bus will take you back to your hotel or a requested location within the city.

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Small but very interesting

The guide, Hanna, arrived on time at the hotel and took us to Wilanov's residence for an interesting tour (the price of the tickets is not included). Comprehensive explanations and the advantage of having a guide for only three people made us spend three pleasant hours.

Fabulous visit.

My tour of Zelazowa Wola was brilliant. My guide was informative and we had a great time. The museum itself & the beautiful gardens far exceeded my expectations. And the concert of music by Chopin was the icing on the cake. A perfect day out.

Recommended and very interesting

Our travel guide: a highly motivated and well-informed guide who responded very flexibly to all our questions and gave us a wonderful day and brought us closer to Warsaw.

Great tour. Excellent guide. Very enjoyable.

We really enjoyed our tour with Renata. She was a wonderful guide who was very knowledgeable and made our day fun. Would highly recommend this tour.

Very beautifull!!

The visit and the gardens of this palace are beautiful! The guide very prepared and attentive!