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Which are the best places to visit during the Warsaw tour?

1. Warsaw Uprising Museum- The 1944 Warsaw Uprising museum is one of the quirky and best places to visit during the Warsaw tour that helps visitors understand its usage during World War II, as an underground combat operation in German-occupied Europe. The museum speculates the military history of the 63 days of war and the everyday life of the civilization also describes the post-war communist terror and humiliations.

You will see a bird- eye view of the pulverized city in the film City of Ruins, listen to some nerve-wracking stories of the revolutionaries while strolling along the granite pavement, and understand how the soldiers felt moving through the sewers. Above all, you will be reliving the life of each day of the uprising as well as fighting in Warsaw made from planes in 1944.

Location-: Grzybowska 79 Warsaw 00-844 Poland.
Timings-: Open on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 8 AM to 6 PM, on Thursdays from 8 AM to 8 PM, on Sundays and Saturdays from 10 AM to 6 PM, and on Tuesdays, it remains closed.

2. Old Town Market square- Old Town Market square is a must-visit place and the most prominent tourist attraction included in your Warsaw Packages. Warsaw’s Old Town is the oldest site of the capital city once blown up by the German soldiery but again was restored to its original appearance.

You’ll find the Old Town Market Place in the very center of Old Town which is supposed to be the heart of this place. Stroll across several buildings, a couple of attractive open-air cafes, churches, art galleries during the day, turquoise shops, or stay for any of the street shows in the lively atmosphere of the vibrant square, perfect for a cold beer or even a glass of mulled wine.

Location-: Rynek Starego Miasta, 00-255 Warszawa, Poland.

3. The Royal Route- Have an amazing walking tour at Warsaw’s famous “Royal Route '' that links three Royal residences: the Royal Castle on Plac Zamkowy, Lazienki Park, and Wilanow Palace. Making a trek through Warsaw’s historic buildings, parks, churches, and monuments is a must-do part of your Warsaw tour packages.

The route is famed as Trakt Krolewski and is considered one of the most charming and beautiful routes for sightseeing. The mile long road initiates your walking tour from the Old Town and takes you to the Krakowskie Przedmie?cie street where you can witness so many historical monuments and buildings illuminated and decorated over the streets of Warsaw, like Nowy Swiat street, Aleje Ujazdowskie etc.

4. Palace of Culture and Science- Home to a number of theaters, cinemas, trendy pubs and Warsaw’s main tourist information office, the Palace of Culture and Science is one of the highest and most appreciable buildings in Warsaw that can be sighted almost from every corner of the capital city.

It was a gift of the Soviet people for the Poles and was considered as a symbol of socialist power and pride of Poland’s citizens. Since 1955 the monumental interiors built by Russian architects, continue to host numerous concerts, exhibitions, fairs and shows. The 30th floor of the palace offers the visitors to see the picturesque panorama of the city from a 114 metre height.

Location-: Plac Defilad 1, 00-901 Warszawa, Poland.
Timings-: Open every Sunday to Saturday from 10 AM to 8PM.

5. Lazienki Park- Our Warsaw Packages include a charming and fascinating place named Lazienki Park or Royal Baths Park for a sightseeing tour. The beautiful park cum palace complex lies in Warsaw’s central district which itself is a part of the Royal Route.

The classical European architecture of the park is harmoniously blended with its natural surroundings, features many attractions for visitors such as the prominent building in the park, The Palace on the Isle, The Old Orangery, The White Pavilion, The Myslewicki Place. In the 17th century, the park was purposely designed as a baths park but gradually during the 18th century, it was transformed into a setting for places, monuments and villas.

Location-: Warszawa, Poland.
Timings-: Open on Sundays to Saturdays at 06:00 AM to 19:00 PM.

6. Wilanow Castle- The Warsaw tour packages consider Wilanow Castle, one of the best places to visit during the Warsaw tour. Before becoming a national treasure in the 20th century, the palace was laid with an Italian-style baroque, and gardens around it had served as home to several royal families. Now, the Wilanow Castle is one of the oldest repositories of the country’s royal heritage, artifacts, and paintings.

The grand landmark is a museum of King Jan III Sobieski, featuring one of the masterpieces of Polish architecture, the Gallery of Polish Portraiture, an incredibly maintained beautiful garden and buildings inside it. Explore the palace’s rich collection of royal heritage and interiors displaying exquisite historical sculptures and portraits.

Location-: Stanis?awa Kostki Potockiego 10/16, 02-958 Warszawa, Poland.
Timings-: Open on Sundays at 10:30 AM- 4:00PM, on Mondays 9:30 AM-4:00 PM, on Wednesdays to Saturdays at 9:30AM-4:00PM.

What are the best things to do during the Warsaw tour?

1. Visit Polin Museum of the history of Polish Jews- Our Warsaw Packages included a must-visit place, the Polin Museum, that reflects the story of Jews from the middle age to the present date who lived in Poland. The modern museum imbibes a great history of Polish Jews and restores the memory of their rich culture and heritage.

Go on a historical journey through the wonderful museum’s antique objects, themed Jewish galleries, paintings, interactive exhibits, recreations, and video projections. History buffs can embark on the amazing destination and adore the fascinating royal history.
Timings-: Open on Monday, Thursday, Friday at 10AM-6PM, on Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday 10AM-8PM, and remain closed on every Tuesday. But, the museum is totally free on Thursday.

2. The Jewish Cemetery- 
Visit one of the oldest preserved Jewish burial grounds in the world and one of the most prominent sites in the Prague Jewish Town. The cemetery is where Jews are buried with Jewish tradition and is regarded as a sacred place with the preservation of history.

The Jewish cemetery is specially devised to reflect the religion, culture, beliefs, and habits of people it assists. Visit the most sacred place of Jews and gather vast knowledge about the Jewish traditions for death, burial societies, perspective on Dying and Death, core beliefs on Death, cemeteries, funerals, burials, and mourning.

Open on Sunday to Thursday from 10 AM to 5 PM, on Fridays at 3 PM.
Location-: Warsaw’s Okopowa Street.

3. Walk around the Royal Route- 
Head on a sightseeing walk in Warsaw’s city center district with our Warsaw Packages and get delighted with its series of old royal residences, parklands, museums, and churches. The stretched road connected to five different streets, starts at the Royal Castle in the Ols Town and lengthens to Krakowskie Przedmiescie street and directly leads to the castle in Wilanow.

The walking tour can easily be done within 30minutes sighting many prestigious street wonders such as St. Anna’s Church, Prazmowski House, Carmelite Church, Jozef Poniatowski Monument, Tyszkiewicz Palace, Uruski Palace, Czapski Palace, and so many more fascinating sites.

4. Visit Royal Castle- 
Being the former residence of the Mazovian prince, the Royal Castle sets as a museum attraction including a plethora of original royal paintings such as Rembrandt paintings, works by Bernard Bellotto, aka Canaletto, court painter to Polish King Stanislaw August Poniatowski.

When you’re booked with our Warsaw Packages, it’s sure that this place can’t be skipped among other attractions. Go inside the Gothic-styled Royal Castle and explore the royal buildings heavily adorned with paintings of famous Polish moments and portraits of the Polish kings, the throne rooms and beautifully reconstructed gardens.

Plac Zamkowy 4, 00-277 Warszawa, Poland.
Timings-: Open on Sundays from 11 AM to 5 PM, Tuesdays to Saturdays from 11 AM to 5 PM, and closed every Monday.

5. Copernicus Science Centre- 
For all the science buffs and enthusiasts visiting Warsaw, the Copernicus Science Centre is the real treat to discover the secrets of nature, conduct some single-handed experiments and have much fun with all these.

The Copernicus Science Centre gives everyone an opportunity to carry out their own task and be a researcher and explorer for laws of science for themselves. You will be exposed to hundreds of exhibits and robotics. Theaters which will broaden your mind and reveal many facts of science. Be sure of a visit to the world of knowledge and fun at Copernicus Science Centre.

Wybrze?e Ko?ciuszkowskie 20, 00-390 Warszawa, Poland.
Timings-: Open every Sunday, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Friday, Saturdays from 9 AM to 7PM and remain closed from 9 AM to 7PM.

6. Krakowskie Przedmie?cie- 
Plan a walking tour at one of the most prestigious and famed streets of Poland's capital city Warsaw, Krakowskie Przedmie?cie. The iconic street is surrounded by a huge number of royal houses, historic palaces, churches, shops, cafes and many other things to see along the promenade.

You can witness some major highlights of the city like the old Town, royal castle-castle square, Presidential Palace, Warsaw University, and the Polish Academy of Science located along the royal avenue. Explore the abundance of sights, visit the notable Polish figures and monuments by taking a je?li stroll here at Krakowskie Przedmie?cie Street.

How is the nightlife in Warsaw?

1. Syreni Spiew- One of the best places you could head on for nightlife with Warsaw tour packages in Warsaw is Syreni Spiew with 4 levels consisting of bars, stages, VIP areas and a stunning garden. Being one of Warsaw's most honored cocktail bars, this place has won multiple awards and draws a huge number of crowds each weekend ensuring plenty of live music and DJ events to enjoy all night.

2. Teatr Wielki- 
Enjoy a great time at Teatr Wielki, which has been the grandest opera house and ballet theatre for over 170 years in Poland. It’s only Poland’s Theatre Museum that has withstood the 1939 bombings and happens to be the heart of Poland’s art-loving people around the world. You could book your seat with the VIPs to witness the Polish National Opera and Polish national Ballet performances that take place throughout the season.

3. La Playa- 
If you're yearning for a leisurely calm afternoon baking in the Polish sunshine and enjoying serene views of sunset, then La Playa is a perfect location to relax on deckchairs and sun loungers. The music bar at the bank of the Vistula River offers its space to enjoy some refreshing cocktails, wines, beers and slay on an open dancefloor playing EDM and top hits. Also, La Playa regularly hosts many joyful events such as foam parties, Salsa or DJs and much more.

4. Level 27- 
Get addressed to the 27th floor of one of the tallest buildings in Warsaw, Atlas Tower enduring a trendy and exclusive venue Level 27, for nightlife in Warsaw. With breathtaking views of alluring city lights, the fun club happens to be a more exciting hidden place to discover an unforgettable nightlife in the Polish capital. Don’t miss the ecstatic rooftop party with beautiful fire shows and DJs from the best vantage point of the town.

What is the best time to visit Warsaw?

The best time to visit Warsaw is during the months of June and August. These periods are extremely ideal for a trip to Warsaw and the nation is all ready to provide you with the best possible weather to make your stay comfortable and get you a truly delightful experience. Despite these seasons, generally in other months of the year, the climate is either hot, freezing cold, or unfavorable for ample seasonal activities, events, and pleasant trips.

How many days in Warsaw is enough?

2 days Warsaw tour packages are perfect to have a tour around Warsaw. Within this time frame, you may visit some of the notable historical parts of the city, world-class museums, eat traditional Polish cuisine, and attend a variety of other activities in the city centre.

Is Warsaw worth visiting?

Yes, being the Polish capital city, Warsaw undoubtedly boasts a multitude of odd and delightful things that deserve a lot more attention than it now receives. Although it is not too popular, it is worth include on your Eurotrip itinerary if you want to enjoy the city's ancient charm.

Some of the most sought after places to visit in Poland are Wieliczka Salt Mine, Auschwitz-Birkenau Camps, Warsaw Old Market Place, Malbork Castle, and many others. You can also get a chance to indulge in a wide range of activities like walking along the Royal Way, sightseeing at Copernicus Statue, Church of the Holy Cross, Chopin Benches, and Presidential Palace.

What food is Warsaw famous for?

Warsaw’s cuisine is also like the city, diverse, multicultural, flavorsome, and full of spirit. Some of the famous authentic Polish specialities are Herring Warsaw-style, Pork Knuckle in jelly, Dumplings, Borsch, Zurek, Chlodnik, Pierogi, Tripe, Wuzetka and so many more.

Is Warsaw or Krakow better?

Generally, Warsaw is by far a large and more spread out city than Krakow. Krakow is Poland’s cultural capital also laid in the Old Town with cobbled alleys, medieval castles, and also known as a very lived-in town. Whereas, Warsaw is the heart of Poland steeped in history, vibrant atmosphere and packed with chilled-out parks. Both cities are well worth a visit! But most foreigners prefer to go to Krakow, the most popular tourist destination, than Warsaw.

What are the romantic things to do in Warsaw?

1. Wilanow Palace- Our Warsaw tour packages also include Wilanow Palace, one of the most romantic places for romantic escape. The beautiful baroque castle is one of the buildings that has survived two World Wars. What's more amazing than a romantic cozy walk by a beautiful garden with someone you love? The fancy and fascinating romantic spot is definitely worth visiting.

2. Valentine’s Bridge- 
The Valentine’s Bridge is a pretty love bridge located quite close to the Wilanow palace and glitters the best at night. The three hearts brighten beautifully at night and offer a romantic atmosphere with utmost privacy and tranquility. So, couples create a huge crowd visiting the romantic hidden gem of Poland at night. Perform a tradition of hanging padlocks on the bridge to maintain love and promise eternal love with your significant one.

3. ?azienki Królewskie- 
Consider visiting ?azienki Królewskie, one of the biggest parks in Warsaw with yor Warsaw tour packages and spend hours on a romantic walk around Lazienki. For couples this place is an ideal romantic place in the alluring city center of Warsaw. Head for a relaxing escape in the city and keep entertained by enjoying the nearby beautiful monuments, picturesque lakes, and restaurants.

4. Couples Massage- 
During the hustle bustle journey with Warsaw tour packages, get some time scheduled for a couple of massages with your partner in Warsaw. The couple massage in Warsaw has different kinds of massage ranging from fundamental to expensive to luxurious that will leave you satisfied and relaxed. Book an appointment to access the most relaxing couple’s massage around the therapies provided in the city.

Which are the best historical sites to visit in Warsaw?

1. Pa?ac Kultury I Nauki- The Palac Kultury I Nauki is a recognized Soviet-style skyscraper in central Warsaw known as the best historical sites to visit in Warsaw. It's impossible to miss the building as it is visible from almost anywhere within Warsaw. Head straight to the Palace of culture and Science and explore the stunning things about it.

2. Museum of Warsaw Uprising- Plan a day with Warsaw tour packages to the Museum of Warsaw Uprising, one of the best historical sites in Warsaw. Go through many exhibitions, films, sound recordings inside it and gain knowledge of the history of everyday life during the Rising and until the time when rebels left Warsaw.

3. The Former Warsaw Ghetto- The Former Warsaw Ghetto is a memorial site which you should not miss to have a visit with Warsaw packages. History buffs can rush in here to explore the historical happenings, wars, and acts of armed resistance taken by the Jews against Germans during World War Two.

4. National Museum in Warsaw- Originally established in 1862, the National Museum in Warsaw is a museum of great collections of fine arts. The oldest art museum in the country boasts around 830,000 works of art from all over the world and Poland. Venture around the historical museum’s art galleries and Polish masterpieces preserved over ages.

Which are the best museums to explore in Warsaw?

1. Pawiak Prison Museum- Founded in the 1830s, the Pawiak Prison Museum served as a Tsarist prison, the largest political prison in Poland long before it became a memorial site. Visit the haunting museum and explore the prison’s history through a range of artefacts, photos, audio tapes of prisoners’, drawings engraved inside it.

2. Polish Army Museum- The Polish Army Museum is the only historical museum where you can learn about the history of the Polish Army from the beginning to the end of World War II. The museum is a great military attraction for visitors to explore the weapons, tanks, military vehicles, and planes used at the Battles.

3. Fryderyk Chopin Museum- A trip to the famous Fryderyk Chopin Museum is a must while in Warsaw. Located in the historic Ostrogski Palace, the modern room allows everyone to exhibit and display multimedia telling of the story of the life and work of the famous varsovian Fryderyk Chopin. Delve into the museum and explore the collection of pre-war day’s paintings, photographs and dried flowers.

4. Maria Sklodowska-Curie Museum- Pay a visit to the place where Maria Sklodowka, popularly known to the world as Madame Marie Curie, took birth. Get some insights of the only woman in history to be honored with the Nobel Prize twice. The charming museum preserves many artefacts, life, works, and many personal effects such as black georgette coat of the famed scientist.

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