Must See Walking Tour
EUR 90 per person
Book now, pay on site
Book now and pay on the day of the tour.
No cancellation fees
You can cancel at any time. We just ask for a short info if you have to cancel so that we can offer the free places to other guests.
We do not require a deposit
Card payment possible
Advantages of private tours
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Address: Plac Defilad 1, 00-901 Warszawa
The meeting point is at the main entrance of the 237 m high Palace of Culture and Science. You can recognise the entrance by the large columns and the inscription Palac Kultury.
The city guide has a white umbrella!
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please note that if you have a hotel pick-up, the time will be included in the tour time.
What you can expect
D uring our must-see tour, we show the top 3 attractions in Warsaw: the 237 m high Palace of Culture (from the outside) and its surroundings, the Royal Route and the Old Town.
The tour lasts three hours and offers a complete yet very manageable insight into the city. Many aspects are covered. History plays an important role, but it will not dominate or weigh you down.
The three sections together form a whole: the medieval Old Town, the modern Royal Route and the modern city centre with the imposing Palace of Culture.
To make it logistically most convenient for you, we start at the Palace of Culture in the city centre, where there are two metro stations in the immediate vicinity and pretty much all bus and tram lines meet. The tour ends at the most beautiful square in the city, Castle Square. From here you can easily find a bar, pub or a suitable restaurant.
It may sound as if the city tour is too long, that there is too much information; but we can guarantee you: during this tour there is a relaxed atmosphere, we explain everything in a tourist-friendly way and adapt to your wishes and interests. We don’t have a list that we have to tick off in order. The guide has all the freedom and uses it as long as it makes sense for everyone.
This is your tour guide
Antoni is the founder of Walking Warsaw. He was born in Poland in 1984 and grew up in Germany. After studying law in Bielefeld, he moved to Warsaw in 2012. German and Polish are his mother tongues, he speaks English fluently. In 2013, he acquired a city guide licence and founded his own tour company in 2017.
He says about himself that his Polish heart pumps blood into the German brain. His Polish and German perspectives mix and complement each other to form an overall picture full of interesting conclusions, which he is happy to pass on to his guests.
On his city tours, he enjoys talking to the tourists and is very grateful for every unexpected question.