Visit Praga – the thrilling right bank district of Warsaw. For years it was a secondary part of the city that survived the devastation of war, with three different religions (Catholicism, Orthodoxy and Judaism) peacefully co-existing. Today it is a fascinating district, overflowing with artistic studios, galleries, alternative theaters and underground clubs.
Poland is a motherland of one of the greatest piano composers of all time - Fryderyk Chopin. Warsaw is the place where he grew up, gave his first public performances, and where his heart rests until today. Discover the Warsaw of Chopin with our Private Tour.
Join our Warsaw Communism Tour and get a sense of what it was like to live in the capital of Poland in "the dark age of communism" (1945-1989).
Before the World War II, the only other city with a Jewish community of a similar size to Warsaw's was… New York! Realizing what Warsaw was helps us understand the tremendous loss that forever changed the city once so famous for its Jewish culture. Yet, alongside stories of destruction there are stories of the unimaginable bravery of those who fought without hope.
Warsaw was horribly devastated during the World War II. With the Wartime Warsaw Tour you will learn the history of tough days that the city and the country had to experience within six years of being occupied.
Discover Warsaw with our knowledgeable guide taking you on a Private Walking Tour through the UNESCO World Heritage site of Old Town.
Some say that it's impossible to understand Warsaw without looking at the history of Warsaw's Jews. This private minibus tour on the trail of Jewish heritage takes you to places where you can still admire the climate of pre-war multi-cultural Warsaw.