Warsaw City Break
Warsaw is the capital of Poland and the largest city. Before the II WW it was called the Paris of the East, but unfortunately suffered massive destruction during the war and the Ghetto (1943) and Warsaw Uprising (1944). Freed from German occupation by Russian and Polish troops in January 1945, the Polish capital which the Nazis razed to the ground was rebuilt to what it is now.
Many historic streets, buildings, and churches were restored to their original form.
In 1980, Warsaw's Old Town was inscribed onto UNESCO's World Heritage list.
Transfer from Warsaw airport/railway station to your hotel.
Overnight in Warsaw.
After breakfast in the hotel you will be picked up by our guide for a private tour.
Depending on your choice we can:
Today we visit The Warsaw Uprising Museum – a unique exhibition dedicated to the 1944 heroic 63 days’ of uneven fight with the Nazis, and Polin – Museum of the History of Polish Jews – a very comprehensive look at the history of Jews in Poland with a section on the Ghetto Uprising of 1943.
Afternoon we drive to the Wilanów Museum, the summer residence of King Sobieski.
After breakfast at your hotel you will be transferred to airport/railway station in Warsaw.
If you wish to extend your stay and do the other sightseeing tours in Poland, please let us know in your comments in get-a-quote form.
Please note, that at Poland for weekend you can always modify your trip. Let us help you to plan your tailor made program.
Price starting at $395*
Inclusions: accommodation in 3* hotel (incl. breakfast) x 3 nights, private transfers, meals as mentioned and private local guide (English speaking);
Exclusions: international/domestic flights, visas (if necessary), travel insurance, meals not mentioned, entry fees to visited museums & objects, tips, personal expenses.
*The starting price is per person and based on two travellers sharing a room.
Upon inquiry a detailed quote will be provided.