City Tours

Warsaw – A city full of history and modernity

Day 1

The walking tour will introduce the history of Warsaw through sightseeing the Old Town with a knowledgeable local guide. It is an excellent opportunity to see the most representative part of the city, walk the Royal Route, explore the Royal Castle and relax in the beautiful nature of the Royal Łazienki Gardens.

Maximum participants: 40


10:00 – Meeting in the Old Town

10:00 -13:00 – Walking Tour of Warsaw: the Old Town, the Barbican, St. John’s Cathedral, Sigismund’s Column, the sculpture of the Warsaw Mermaid, the Saxon Garden and more (with an optional coffee break)

13:00 – lunch

14:30-16:30 – Guided tour of the Royal Castle

16:30 – transfer to the Royal Łazienki Gardens

17:00 – Walking Tour in the Royal Łazienki Gardens

18:30 – free time

Price: €60 per person

Date: Friday, 26th May

Day 2

An ideal offer for art enthusiasts. The National Museum in Warsaw not only boasts a collection of about 830,000 works of art but it is also a perfect example of a place specifically tailored to the visually impaired. The Museum of King Jan III’s Palace in Wilanów is an architectural pearl of Warsaw, whose panorama can be seen from the Palace of Culture and Science, one of the best known buildings of Warsaw city.

Maximum participants: 40


10:00 – Meeting at the National Museum

10:00 -13:00 – Guided Tour in the National Museum

13:00 – lunch

14:30 – transfer to the Museum of King Jan III’s Palace at Wilanów

15:00 – 17:00 – Guided Tour in the Museum of King Jan III’s Palace and Park

17:00 – return to the city center

17:30 – entrance to the Viewing Terrace on the 30th floor of the Palace of Culture and Science

18:30 – free time

Price: €70 per person

Date: Saturday, 27th May

Cracow – I, II, III Republic of Poland: the Royal City

A two-day trip to Cracow – city with a thousand-year history, the former seat of Polish Kings and capital of the state. You will be able to admire the beautiful interiors of St. Mary’s Church on the Main Market Square, visit Wawel Royal Castle – the medieval seat of Polish Kings, listen to the legend of the Wawel Dragon and walk along the streets of the Kazimierz district – the meeting point of Christian and Jewish cultures.

Maximum participants: 40


Day 1 – Friday

7:00 – start of the trip from Warsaw to Cracow

13:00 – lunch

14:30 – Guided tour of the Wawel Hill – Wawel Royal Castle, Wawel Cathedral and Wawel Dragon

19:00 – free time

Day 2 – Saturday

8:00 – breakfast in the hotel

9:00 – Guided tour in the Old Town – Main Market Square, St. Mary’s Basilica, the Cloth Hall and Rynek Underground Museum

13:00 – lunch

14:30 – Walking Tour to the Kazimierz District

17:00 – Return to Warsaw

Price: €280 per person

Date: Friday-Saturday, 26th-27th May

Łódź – In the footsteps of many cultures: Polish, Jewish, German

Łódź – a very unique, post-industrial city of contrasts that carries a 19th century cotton industry heritage. You will be able to see the most important tourist attractions: Piotrkowska – The Queen of the Polish Streets, Manufaktura – a unique shopping and entertainment center (placed in the huge factory from 19th century), the biggest historic factory complex named Pastor’s Mill, or learn about the history of Litzmannstadt Ghetto (one of the biggest ghettos in Europe during the World War II).

Maximum participants: 40


8:00 – start of the trip from Warsaw to Łódź

10:00 -13:00 – Walking Tour of Łódź – Litzmannstadt Ghetto, the Jewish Cemetary, The Survivors’ Park, Manufaktura and more

13:00 – lunch

14:30-17:30 – Guided tour – Museum of Łódź, Pastor’s Mill, Piotrkowska Street

18:00 – return to Warsaw

Price: €75 per person

Date: Friday, 26th May

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