Experience a piece of unique history and learn interesting details about Warsaw's old town, which no longer existed 70 years ago!
Enjoy Warsaw's Old Town - UNESCO World Heritage Site and the youngest Old Town in the World
Experience everything about the destruction and reconstruction of Warsaw's old town
Discover the only church in Europe through which even the war front passed during the Second World War
The tour through Warsaw tells a unique story. Warsaw's old town rose like a phoenix from the ashes after it was destroyed in the Second World War. In the post-war period the Poles rebuilt this historical centre of their capital true to the original. In recognition of this unprecedented achievement, UNESCO declared the entire district a World Heritage Site.
A 2-hour walk through the picturesque alleys of the old town awaits you. Here you will experience the special atmosphere of a medieval city and discover the most beautiful corners and most famous landmarks of Warsaw. You will hear legends and authentic stories. You will get to know places connected with world famous Poles, such as Frédéric Chopin, Marie Curie, Lech Wałęsa, John Paul II. You will learn more about the special role of the Venetian painter Canaletto, whose works proved invaluable in the reconstruction. You will have a look at the Castle Square, the Sigismund Column, St. John's Cathedral, the Old Town Market with the Mermaid Monument, the Barbican and the New Town! Experience Warsaw in a small group with your German-speaking guide.
• Licensed city tour
The Nicolaus Copernicus Monument.
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