Warsaw at World War II
While ‘fun’ may not be the best way to describe it, this tour is certainly worthwhile and truly eye-opening. Take a journey back in time to one of the most tragic times in Warsaw’s history, the times of World War II.
Get an insight into the everyday life of Varsovians under occupation, both inside and outside of the Jewish ghetto. Learn about the most spectacular civil and military resistance actions (including the Warsaw Uprising). You may also wish to stop by the original section of a ghetto wall and let a moment of silence speak louder than any words.
If you are particularly interested the ghetto area and the Jewish history of Warsaw, the tour can focus solely on this.
(4.5-5 hours) that covers the topic in-depth from the perspectives of both Jewish and non-Jewish residents of Warsaw. BOOK YOUR TOUR
Welcome to the Polish People’s Republic, comrades!
Admire the lavish gift from uncle Stalin, discover why Polish milk bars won’t serve milk shakes or snacks but are still well worth a visit, enter a recreated communist style apartment to learn about everyday life during communism, and much more!
Diversity of Praga district
Let’s go to Warsaw’s wild side!
While it’s definitely not the most representative part of the city, Praga has its unique charm that attracts many. It’s a place where until WWII Catholics, Jews and Orthodox Varsovians lived side by side. Follow their traces, top it up with some modern street art, perhaps finishing by the Vodka Museum for some additional entertainment 😉
Warsaw’s royal residences
Explore the interiors of the Royal Castle, Łazienki Palace or Wilanów Palace on a guided tour
Warsaw in folk tales & legends
Would you like to spice up your visit to Warsaw with some storytelling, magic & thrill?
Maybe you’re traveling with kids and looking for a tour that could entertain both children and adults alike? No need to look any further!
On this walk you will get to know the city’s legendary residents, medieval creatures and bogeyman while listening to the tales behind Warsaw’s oldest streets.
Traditional crafts and professions
Pay a visit to 3-4 traditional workshops to add something very non-mainstream to your Warsaw experience. Most of these small businesses have been operating in Warsaw since generations.