Old Town & More | Public Walking Tour
EUR 16 per person
Friday / Saturday / Sunday at 2 pm
Book a walking tour to the Old Town of Warsaw. Discover hidden gems, visit the Royal Garden and learn about the Jewish Heritage and the Warsaw Uprising 1944.
IMPORTANT Booking or reservation is required!
What you will visit
The Warsaw Old Town walking tour starts in front of the 22m high Sigismund´s Column on Castle Square.
The primary segment of this tour revolves around the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1980. During this exploration, the city guide will showcase several key highlights:
- Market Square with the Warsaw Mermaid
- The narrowest house façade
- St John’s Cathedral and the Jesuit Church
- The city wall including the Barbican
- A viewing terrace offering a stunning river view
But what “more” does this tour offer?
Beyond the Old Town, we delve into additional sights and topics, expanding the tour´s scope:
- The Royal Castle and the Royal Gardens
- The New Town, including Marie Curie´s birthplace
- The Ghetto Wall Monument with explanations about the Jewish Uprising of 1943 and Jewish Heritage in Warsaw
- Monument of the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 with explanations about the whole event
Furthermore, your guide will generously share recommendations for excellent Polish restaurants, cafés, and the finest traditional pastry shop unique to the Old Town.
Our tour isn´t confined to following the usual tourist routes. We have our own secret paths, ensuring you experience the Old Town to its fullest without constantly navigating through the tourist crowds.
What are public tours?
Distance of the tour
Address: Plac Zamkowy 1, 00-001 Warszawa
The meeting point is on Castle Square in front of the 22 m high Sigismund´s Column.
The city guide has a white umbrella!
This is your city guide
Antoni has been a licensed city guide since 2013 and founder of the online tourism portal Walking Warsaw. He was born in Poland in 1984 and grew up in Germany.
Antoni says about himself that his Polish heart pumps blood into his German brain. His Polish and German perspectives mix and complement each other to form a whole picture full of interesting conclusions, which he is happy to pass on to his guests.
On his walking tours, he enjoys talking to tourists and is very grateful for every unexpected question.
No credit card?
You don’t have a credit card to pay online or would rather pay on the spot? That’s no problem. Make your reservation by e-mail, SMS (WhatsApp) or phone. We also accept EUR. Please note: Only cash payment is possible on site.
You have pre-booking questions?
You are not sure if this tour is the right one for you or you still need clarification? Write us a message, call us directly or leave your phone number and we will get back to you! Please use the contact form below.
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You will receive a full refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the start of the booked service.
Cancellations can be made
by phone +48 507 980 921 (mob/SMS/WhatsApp)
via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
In case of no-show, the full price will be charged.
Meeting pointPlac Zamkowy 1, 00-901 Warszawa
Maximum group size15 people
HighlightsSigismund Column; Royal Caste (from the outside), Old Town with market squre, St. John´s Cathedral; Panorama terrace with view to the other side of the Vistula river; medieval city wall; Barbican; birthplace of Marie Curie, Monument of the Warsaw Uprising
Address: Plac Zamkowy 1, 00-001 Warszawa (Castle Square)
The meeting point is in front of the 22 m high Sigismund´s Column on Castle Square
The city guide has a white umbrella.
How to get
The guide will start the tour on time. However, if you are a few minutes late, look out for the white umbrella. At least 10 minutes after the start of the tour, you will surely find the guide still on Castle Square.
You will first go to the Royal Gardens of the Royal Castle, then to the Panorama Terrace on the medieval Dung Hill, where you can enjoy a view to the Praga district and the Vistula river. The main sight is the Market Square and the Barbican.
All of this is reconstructed.
In the New Town is located the birthplace of Marie Curie. The end of the tour is at the Monument of the Warsaw Uprising.
Take the opportunity to ask the guide about insider tips. He is more than happy to help.
We wish you a pleasant and informative tour!
The tour ends at the Warsaw Uprising Memorial. From there it is an 8-minute walk to the starting point or 5 minutes to reach the Market Square.
For further details, please ask the city guide, who will be happy to help after the tour.