Warsaw In A Nutshell: Walking Tour

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  • 2.5 hr

The excellent solution to explore Warsaw, if you don’t have much time. Join the walking tour with professional local Walkative! guide. The tour includes all the important landmarks of the city and covers the history of Warsaw and Poland – from the middle ages to the 20th century, including the Second World War and its consequences to the city, the communist era problems and paradoxes, as well as the 19th century Chopin’s Warsaw. You will hear a lot about Warsaw’s architecture, which is the best reflexion of the past times, famous people, historic events and facts related to the present times in Poland. The tour lasts 2,5 hours, it starts by the Copernicus Statue and ends in the New Town.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Walkative! TOUR

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Stop At: Krakowskie Przedmiescie

The main boulevard street of Warsaw, reminding you if the city's royal past. Adorned with palaces, parks and monuments, including the Presidential Palace, Bristol Hotel and St. Cross Church, where the heart of Chopin is interred.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Old Town

Old medieval core of Warsaw with its red roofs, colourful houses and the Royal Castle is the most unlikely UNESCO Heritage Site, as it was fully reconstructed following the near full destruction during WW2. The reconstruction was done so meticulously that you will have hard time telling that it's not old, and it set the example for the rest of the world.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: New Town Square

Curiously named New Town, this part of the city was also established in the Middle Ages. It's the place of birth of Maria Skłodowska-Curie. The Barbican, standing between the Old and New Town, is a conclusion ground of our walk. Thank you for joining!

Duration: 30 minutes
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