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Warsaw: Guided Wilanow Palace and POLIN Tour

1. Warsaw: Guided Wilanow Palace and POLIN Tour

This small-group tour is dedicated to customers who want to discover Warsaw in small groups. It means that you can share transport and attractions while touring with others, using vehicles with a maximum of 8 passengers. Your tour will begin with the Wilanow Royal Palace. Less than 10 kilometers from the center of Warsaw, there is the magnificent Royal Palace of King Jan III Sobieski. The origins of the palace date back to 1677, although in time it became a magnificent villa surrounded by phantasmal gardens because subsequent owners expanded the building. Today, the palace is a work of art, with fantastic gardens and sculptures, as well as magnificent buildings and monuments. The residence has kept traces of former residents, their interests and customs, as well as a collection of artworks that they gathered here. The museum is a place of remembrance about events that are part of the history of Warsaw, and traveling to this amazing place allows you to touch what is important in European culture. You will then move on to the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Here you will find documentation of the centuries-old history of Jews in Poland. Multimedia exhibitions await visitors, showing how Poles and Jews lived together for many hundreds of years and how both cultures merged together. Throughout this conventional space, you can get acquainted with family and neighborly relations. The exhibition is made up of eight galleries, spread over an area of 4,000 square meters.

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Warsaw: Old Town, Royal Castle, and Wilanow Palace Tour

2. Warsaw: Old Town, Royal Castle, and Wilanow Palace Tour

Explore Warsaw in small groups and avoid big tour buses and crowded transport. Rely on door-to-door transport by a friendly, English-speaking driver and informative audioguides available in Polish, English, German, Russian, French, Italian, Spanish to help you get acquainted with the main attractions.  Stop first at the Warsaw Old Town, which consists of the central city square surrounded by characteristic tenements. Spot the centrally-situated fountain with a sculpture of a siren, the city symbol. Enter the impressive Royal Castle, one of Warsaw's most iconic and historically-significant landmarks. See Sigismund’s Column while you're at Castle Square, known as the first secular monument in the form of a column in modern history. Wander to the nearby Pilsudski Square and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Travel the famous Royal Route, the most prominent artery of the city that connects two former royal residences, and check out the atmospheric cafes, restaurants, and art galleries that line it.  Hop back on your small-group transport to visit the magnificent Royal Palace of King Jan III Sobieski. The origins of the palace date back to 1677, although in time it became a magnificent villa surrounded by phantasmal gardens after subsequent owners expanded the grounds. Discover the traces of former residents that remain in the palace, from their interests and customs to the magnificent collections of artworks they amassed. Learn about the history of Warsaw and its place in a larger European context. See sights in the palace including the White Hall, the statue of Jan III Sobieski, the chapel, the King’s library, the King’s bedroom, the Grand Vestibule, the Queen’s bedroom, the Etruscan cabinet, the museum, and the baroque gardens.

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Wilanow Palace Small Group Tour

3. Wilanow Palace Small Group Tour

This small group tour is dedicated to customers who want to discover Warsaw in small groups. Less than 10 kilometers from the center of Warsaw, there is the magnificent The Royal Palace of King Jan III Sobieski. The origins of the palace date back to 1677, although in time it became a magnificent villa surrounded by phantasmal gardens because subsequent owners expanded the palace. Today, the Palace is a work of art, fantastic gardens, and sculptures in the park, as well as magnificent buildings and monuments. The residence has kept traces of former residents, their interests and customs, as well as a collection of artworks that they gathered here. A museum is a place of remembrance about events that are part of the history of Warsaw. Traveling to this amazing place allows us to touch what is important in our tradition and what is part of the common European culture. In Wilanow Palace of King Jan III Sobieski, you will see the White Hall, the statue of Jan III Sobieski, and the chapel. You will also get to see the king’s library, as well as the king and queen's bedrooms. Explore the paintings gallery as well as the Baroque gardens of the palace. 

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Lazienki Park and Museum of King Jan III Palace at Wilanow

4. Lazienki Park and Museum of King Jan III Palace at Wilanow

This tour package includes a visit to two locations: The Lazienki Park and The Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanow. You can choose whether your tour is private, for your group only, or whether you share your experience with a small group of new friends.  • Lazienki Park covers the area of almost 80 hectares. Among many fascinating monuments are the Palace on the Isle, the Amphitheatre, the Orangery, the Chopin Monument and the Myśliwiecki Palace. • Wilanow Royal Palace origins date back to 1677, although it wasn't until later that it became a magnificent villa surrounded by fantastical gardens. Today, the Palace is a work of art, still boasting splendid gardens, art, buildings, and monuments.

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Warsaw: Warsaw Uprising Museum & Wilanow Royal Palace

5. Warsaw: Warsaw Uprising Museum & Wilanow Royal Palace

Take a deep dive into history on a guided tour of the Warsaw Uprising Museum and the Wilanow Royal Palace. At the Warsaw Uprising Museum, learn about the brave men who fought in the Polish Resistance during the Nazi occupation of Poland. Afterward, travel further into Poland’s past and visit the splendid Wilanow Royal Palace. Gain insight into the everyday life of those who fought and died for an independent Poland. The exhibit features hundreds of photographs and artifacts that tell the story of the Resistance fighters. See a replica of the Liberator aircraft, which provided support to the city’s insurgents. Take a flight over a demolished Warsaw in a 3D simulator. The museum was built in a renovated power plant which was successfully taken over by the Resistance. The stark industrial architecture of the building adds to the atmosphere of the museum. Explore the Wilanow Royal Palace of King Jan II Sobieski. Stroll through the garden, and see its many sculptures. Marvel at the Baroque architecture and opulent decoration of the palace. Admire the impressive art collection in the palace’s museum. See paintings of Warsaw by Canaletto, the court painter to the King of Poland.

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