Unlock the magic of Warsaw

Warsaw is a bustling city that has become Poland’s pre-eminent cultural and economic hub. It is has been called the “Phoenix city” due to its ability to repeatedly rise from the devastation of invasions, wars and tyrannical rulers - take a private guide to find out more.

Attractions in Warsaw

Royal Castle
This is a replica of the official residence of the Polish monarchs, the original was destroyed in WW2.
Warsaw Old Town Square
Experience the striking mixture of architectural styles in one of the most beautiful squares in Warsaw.
King Sigismund Column
This vast monument was built by the son of the emperor who proclaimed Warsaw the capital of Poland.
St. John's Cathedral
The only archcathedral of the three cathedrals of Warsaw, built in the 14th century in a Masovian Gothic style.
Presidential Palace in Warsaw
The official residence of the Polish President, constructed in 1643 as a mansion but completed in 1818 as the current neoclassical palace.
Grand Theatre
Reopened in November 1965, after having been closed for twenty years due to WW2, is considered one of the largest theatres in Europe.
Wilanów Palace
One of Warsaw's finest buildings, this 17th-century Baroque palace survived WW2 and is a must-see.
Palace of Culture and Science
Stalin's Soviet Union gave this building to the polish people as a ‘gift of friendship’ in 1955.
Wilanow Royal Gardens
Stroll around the magnificent landscaped gardens around Wilanow palace.
Museum of King Jan III's
Opened to the public in 1805 and considered to be one of the oldest in the country, the Museum of King Jan III's has a valuable artistic and royal collection to admire.
Church of St. Anna Wilanow
The 19th-century church at Wilanów Palace was built for worship purposes for the owners of the palace.
Wilanow Cemetery
Visit the Wilanow Cemetery beside the Palace to see the architectural details of the main memorials.
Lazienki Park
The largest park in Warsaw, its origins lie in the 17th Century when a famous military commander founded it.
Chopin Museum
This museum showcases the life and work of the world renowned composer with multimedia exhibits.
Saxon Gardens
The Saxon Gardens were built in a French Baroque style in the 1727, before famous parks such as Versaille.
Museum of the History of Polish Jews
Polish Jews first arrived as merchants and became an integral part of the nation only to be devastated in WW2.
Staszic Palace
Originally built in the 19th Century, the Staszic Palace is now the base of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
Warsaw Uprising Museum
This museum showcases the story of the Warsaw uprising when the Polish resistance stood up to the Nazi occupation.
Ghetto Wall Remnant
Remnant of Warsaw Ghetto wall behind a house at Sienna Street.
Ghetto Boundary markers
Memorial plaques and street lines mark the perimeter of the former ghetto established by the Germans in 1940.
Nożyk Synagogue
Built between 1898 & 1902, Nożyk Synagogue is the only surviving prewar Jewish house of prayer in Warsaw.
Prozna Street
Historical street in Warsaw still featuring as many as four tenement houses.
Grzybowski Square
A triangular square in the Śródmieście district originally part of the Warsaw Ghetto from 1940 to 1942 and the heart of Jewish culture.


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