Let us take your group on the adventure during one of our Warsaw city break. The professional tour leader will meet & greet the group at the Warsaw's airport. After the 30 minute transfer to the 3* (or better) hotel located in the city centre and the check-in, the group will meet up with the local licensed guide and go on the walking city tour. The group will be taken on the walk along the Royal Route passing Copernicus monument, where the group will hear stories about the famous Polish astronomer, St. Cross Church where the heart of Chopin lays down, the main gate of Warsaw University - the largest university in Poland, Presidential Palace, which hosted the authors of the Constitution of May 3, 1791 (the first modern constitution in Europe and second in the world) and many others. The group will also get a glimpse of Pilsudski Square is where significant national celebrations take place and where the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is located. The Royal route leads toward the Castle Square where the Royal Castle is situated. Then the group will carry onto the oldest part of the Old Town – the Old Town Market Place, where the Warsaw Mermaid, a symbol of the city, has been standing since 1855. Historic Centre of Warsaw is also inscribed onto the UNESCO World Heritage List an outstanding example of a near-total reconstruction of a span of history covering the 13th to the 20th century.
In the evening there will be a welcome dinner at the hotel.
This day will be dedicated to Frederic Chopin, the greatest Polish composer and virtuoso pianist, Warsaw holidays would not be complete without learning about Chopin.
After breakfast the group will meet up with an expert guide who will guide them to Zelazowa Wola, where the pianist was born. The tour includes the visit to The Birthplace of Fryderyk Chopin Museum is located in his house. Exhibition includes many valuable memorabilia of the Chopin’s family, including the original piano Pleyel. The group will also have some free time to walk around the picturesque park surrounding the museum. Before driving back to Warsaw there will be a lunch arranged in the local restaurant.
In the afternoon our Warsaw city break offer has the visit in the Lazienki Royal Park included in the programme. It was a summer residence of one of the Polish king - Stanislaw August Poniatowski and its classicist architecture is beautifully blended with park’s natural surroundings. The guide will stroll with the group on paths and alleys passing the Palace on the Isle, The Old Orangery and the Chopin’s monument.
At the end you will enjoy the Chopin's music concert in one of the popular locations and have dinner in the hotel.
On the last day of our Warsaw city break package we will also provide the group with some attractions. Before going to the airport the group will be taken on the special city tour showing what the communist period in Warsaw and Poland was like.
The group will be picked up at the hotel lobby by an expert guide and driven around Warsaw on one of the communist cars. On the 3h tour the group will have a chance to investigate the history and ideology of a former Polish state and most of all experience the absurdities of communism. The professional guide will show the group places connected with socialism, including Constitution Square, Ministry of Agriculture and the Palace of Culture and Science and a few others. The tours includes also the visit at the 30th floor of the Palace of Culture and Science to admire the panoramic view from the viewing terrace.
After the tour the group will enjoy a light lunch and go the airport.
Short breaks to Warsaw, Poland are great idea for those who enjoy learning about the history, visiting museums and taking walks around the city. The city has a lot of tourist attractions to offer for organized groups.
Warsaw is located in the central Poland, in the Mazowieckie Voivodeship. It has two airports which you can use while planning your city breaks to Warsaw from Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle and many others British cities.
Warsaw has a lot of to offer but most important places to see around the city are its Old Town and Royal Castle, the former area of Jewish Ghetto and Polin Museum. Also the visit to Zelazowa Wola which is included in the above deal of a weekend in Warsaw is quite popular among tourists coming to Warsaw for holiday.
Yes, of course it is worth visiting. City breaks to Warsaw, Poland become more and more popular every year and it is not a surprise as you can find everything here, history and culture, delicious food and amazing night live.
It would be difficult to arrange Krakow and Warsaw city break because city breaks usually take around 3 days and these two major cities in Poland have so much to offer. If you wish your group to visit them both during one visit to Poland we strongly recommend our programme The Essence of Poland 7 days tour which you can find here.