Warsaw Tours

  • Warsaw Tour

  • FIRST TIME IN WARSAW
  • WARSAW - DIFFERENT POINT OF VIEW
  • WARSAW BY NIGHT

  • THE PRICE LIST

  • INCENTIVE OFFER

Warsaw sightseeing and tailor-made tours around the city for special clients.


If you plan to visit Warsaw please contact me. Let me show you a beauty of my city!


Come here and spend unforgettable time in Poland. I am a government licensed guide of Warsaw so I will plan for you a trip full of major tourist attractions. You will have a great opportunity to see amazing places and famous historical monuments. I will tell you surprising stories and Warsaw’s legends. You will have a chance to fell the past atmosphere of the city and also see the modern face of Warsaw.


Do you like Chopin’s music? Maybe you want to go with me to listen his wonderful music in the Royal Łazienki Park?


In the past, Warsaw was also a background of important events for Jewish culture. I will tell you about Polish Jews and show you remains of Jewish history.


Have you ever tried Polish food? If no, you should taste some traditional dishes (e.g. dumplings, pancakes, lazy noodles and bigos). Have you ever tried famous Polish vodka? In Warsaw it tastes the best!


Check my all tour programs, choose whatever you want and call me!

photo: The Warsaw’s Mermaid
The Warsaw’s Mermaid

The Old Town – the heart of medieval city.
During this trip we will have an opportunity to discover history of Warsaw from the very beginning. We will travel back in time to 14th century to understand secrets encrypted in Warsaw’s Mermaid (the symbol of the city), the Main Square, old churches and crypts, the Warsaw Archicathedral, battlements and moats, tenement houses and all the other magical places. We will also see the Royal Castle and pay a visit to the King. Old streets will give us an amazing background to listen to a traditional legend about terrifying creature called Bazyliszek and a scary story of immortal Black Cat).


photo: The Presidential Palace
The Presidential Palace

A walk along the main representative streets of Warsaw.
This walk-around tour will lead us along four Warsaw main streets. From the Old Town and the Royal Castle we will move to the Presidential Palace and the Warsaw University straight to Nowy Świat Street – the most expensive street in Warsaw. The single Palm tree on the roundabout in the middle of the city and a monumental communistic relic just nearby will be a sign that we have reached Jerozolimskie Avenue. In twenty minutes we can see the most famous building in Warsaw – The Palace of Culture and Science.


photo: The Royal Łazienki Museum
The Royal Łazienki Museum

The Łazienki Park in Warsaw – history and great owners.
Ujazdów is a small hill but for the capital city of Poland it is the place of a great meaning. On the top of that hill first stronghold was built and from this place the history of Warsaw begins. Few hundred years later one of the richest and the most powerful men in this part of Europe (Duke Stanisław Lubomirski) founded his summer residence with a special purpose – building a bathroom. The bathroom and the park around were so beautiful that everybody (including His Royal Highness) were jealous. Come and see this real miracle yourself!


photo: The Wilanów Palace Museum
The Wilanów Palace Museum

The Wilanów Palace Museum and the Royal Gardens.
‘The Villa Nova’ – a small 17th century village – was chosen by King Jan III Sobieski for his residence to be risen. The best architects and the best quality materials imported from all over the world cost an enormous amount of money. But it was a necessity to construct this incredible palace and glamour gardens. In its heyday Wilanów Residence was considered to be the most beautiful palace in this part of Europe and of course unquestionably in Poland. Today it hides a rich collection of art masterpieces and extraordinary temporary exhibitions


photo: The Monument of Chopin in the Royal Łazienki Park
The Monument of Chopin in the Royal Łazienki Park

The trail of Fryderyk Chopin.
One of the most famous composers in the history – Fryderyk Chopin – lived in Warsaw almost from the moment of his birth. We was brought up here, learned in schools at different levels, played his first concerts and met his first love! Warsaw was a background of countless events of Chopin’s life: the good ones as well as bad ones. Finally here rests his heart and graves of his family members can be visited here as well. Let me take you for a journey full of Chopin’s music (the Monument of Chopin in the Royal Łazienki Park, the Krakowskie Przedmieście Street, the Church of the Holy Cross, the Chopin Museum). You can rest a while and sit on one of the Chopin’s benches to listen to his wonderful music.


photo: The Monument of Warsaw’s Ghetto Herosess
The Monument of Warsaw’s Ghetto Heroses

The Jewish Getto.
To understand a war reality – times of Nazism’s occupation which leads to tragedy of holocaust and dramatic episodes of Warsaw Ghetto – we must fully understand why Poles and Jews lived together for many centuries, why Jews felt home in the land they called ‘Polin’. 1939 – 1942 were years of genocide which couldn’t be predicted. This tragedy left scars on the city’s heart. During the walk-around tour we will have an opportunity to see a last piece of real ghetto wall, the Grzybowski Square and old Jewish streets nearby, the only remaining synagogue, the Monument of Warsaw’s Ghetto Heroses, the Museum of History of Polish Jews, and Umschlagplatz – a place from where the train transports took thousands of Jews to Treblinka death camp.


photo: The patriotic symbol of defiance against occupiers
The patriotic symbol of defiance against occupiers

Warsaw during the Second World War.
“War – saw” that is how guides describe capital of Poland in two words when they talk about IIWW times. The city which you can see today was rebuilt, but what it looked like in 1944? After the Warsaw Rising more than 80% of the city buildings and an infrastructure had been destroyed. The best word to describe Warsaw at that time was a desert! But some buildings survived, history survived, people and their memories survived. During this tour we will have an opportunity to see places where fights and a face of Nazi terror took place (the Szucha Avenue, the Pawiak Prison). Together we will discover a place where a bomb attack for Adolf Hitler was being prepared. Drinking a cup of coffee in a cafeteria ‘Nur für Deutsch’ we can hear about heroes from those times… single people and their everyday war life. And finally you can feel the atmosphere of war times in the Warsaw Rising Museum.


photo: The Palace of Culture and Science
The Palace of Culture and Science

Warsaw in the pill (all day trip).
Let me show you a beauty of my city! This program will lead you through the most important and amazing places in the whole city. We start in the Łazienki Park in Warsaw – the summer residence of the last Polish King and the Royal Park – a mysterious nature hides secrets from the past. Then we go to the city center and the most famous building in Warsaw – The Palace of Culture and Science. We can see a breathtaking panorama from the 33rd floor of the tallest building in the capital and taste a cup of hot chocolate. Next stop is the Royal Castle, then the Old Town, the Main Square, the Barbakan defensive wall and the New Town. At the end there will be a short journey back to the IIWW times and events which cannot be forgotten – the Jewish Getto.


photo: The Constitution Square
The Constitution Square

The amazing PRL.
PRL is a shortcut used to describe previous political system in our country. It is also the name of Poland at that time – it means the Polish People’s Republic. Those crazy times of socialism left for good but they also left their heritage. Squares, monuments, buildings, streets and the way of thinking… for many people this is still a way of life – amazing PRL! Let’s discover Polish PRL! The tour starts in front of the KC PZPR building – the residence of the ONLY political power in all country. Then we will move to the Palace of Culture and Science – that is how it is called now, but it used to be called the Palace of Józef Stalin. The palace was a big gift from Soviet people to Polish people and this is still the tallest building in the capital. The tour takes us up… up… up to the 33rd floor where we will drink a cup of hot chocolate and have an opportunity to admire Warsaw’s panorama. Then we will head for the Constitution Square and to the Jesus Savior Church. As a final accent we will pay a visit to a very popular bar in PRL called milk-bar. You will have a tasty chance to try traditional famous Polish dishes such as: dumplings, pancakes and lazy noodles.


photo: The Jozef Poniatowski Bridge
The Jozef Poniatowski Bridge

The cruise nearby the Vistula (Wisła) River.
During this cruise we can see two faces of Warsaw: a beautiful wildlife on one side and a modern city center on the other side. It will be also an excellent opportunity to listen to the story about the capital city of Poland. We will admire Warsaw bridges and a panorama of the castle grounds. After the cruise there will be a chance to see the heart of Warsaw – the Old Town.


photo: Folklore of the Old Prague
Folklore of the Old Prague

Prague – a district with an old soul.
At the very beginning of this city existence there were small villages on the right bank of the Vistula (Wisła) River. The city was growing and assimilated many villages, private towns called ‘jurydyki’ and even other cities such as the City of New Warsaw. Changes in the law which threw Jews away from the city center were also an impulse to grow the other part of the city such as Prague. Many nations lived here together, countless temples were built one near another. Jews, Poles, Russians, Germans, Muslims, even Ormians created during centuries an unique folklore of the Old Prague. This unique culture today is considered to be the most old - fashioned and at the same time the trendiest district of Warsaw.


photo: The Warsaw Rising Museum
The Warsaw Rising Museum

Warsaw’ s Museums.
Do you want to discover Warsaw by museums? There you can find some proposals. The National Museum in Warsaw offers us a rich collection of art masterpieces and extraordinary temporary exhibitions. In the Chopin Museum you can listen to a wonderful music and surprising live stories of one of the most famous composers all over the world. The Wilanów Palace offers you an incredible baroque palace and glamorous gardens. In the Copernicus Science Centre you will find answers for millions of questions about world’s secrets and have a chance to see special film effects in the Planetarium. And in the end you can feel the atmosphere of the Second World War in the Warsaw Rising Museum. You can choose anything you want!


Warsaw by night
Warsaw by night

Warsaw by night.
Let me show you a beauty of my city by night! This program will lead you wherever you want. We can walk around the city, listen Warsaw’s stories and enjoy amazing views. During this trip you will have a chance to see the second face of Warsaw. We can also visit some trendy clubs (of course, there will be an opportunity to taste famous Polish vodka). We will do whatever you want!


photo: The Prozna Street
The Prozna Street

Cost of guiding service:


1-4 hours tour: 100€


each additional hour: +20€


Additional costs: entrance fee (optional), transport (optional)

photo: The Polonia Palace Hotel
The Polonia Palace Hotel

Incentive offer


The tailor-made tours around the city for special clients. The program is individually made for your request.


Do you want to... and you don't know how? Do you think it is impossible? Let me make some phone calls!


For the evening, on the weekend, a birthday, an anniversary, the party - I will create a program for every occasion.