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Half Day City Sightseeing Tour of Warsaw
"Historical sites such as the Ghetto Memorial the Monument of Warsaw Uprising the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier the Grand Theatre Chopin's monument the Belvedere Palace and the Old Town are all seen on your tour.At the Old Town you can enjoy a walking tour passing by the Castle Square King Sigismund's Column
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Private Tour: Warsaw Walking Tour
"Meet your private guide near Warsaw Central Station and then set off on your 3-hour walking tour of the city. As you amble through the streets your guide will talk to you about Warsaw and also about the things that what you want to see in the city. Much of Warsaw was destroyed during World War II but the resilient Varsovians rebuilt it all including the 13th-century Old Town. While the buildings appear old they are all relatively new having been built after WWII. Many of Warsaw’s trophy sites can be found within the Old Town’s defensive walls
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Private Tour: Warsaw Walking Tour
"Meet your private guide near Warsaw Central Station and then set off on your 3-hour walking tour of the city. As you amble through the streets your guide will talk to you about Warsaw and also about the things that what you want to see in the city. Much of Warsaw was destroyed during World War II but the resilient Varsovians rebuilt it all including the 13th-century Old Town. While the buildings appear old they are all relatively new having been built after WWII. Many of Warsaw’s trophy sites can be found within the Old Town’s defensive walls
From EUR16.00

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Tickets

I found the Warsaw’s public transport system to be useful, efficient, and safe. Trams, Busses, and a Subway allow any visitor to Warsaw to make their way to almost any part of the city. Tickets can be...
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Trains

We took the train frm Krakow to Warsaw as all the locals told us not to take the bus. We decided to travel first class as second class is over full almost and when you have a bit of luggage, it is a...
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Buses

The bus is much more useful than the subway (which has a limited route more suited to locals than visitors). Bus 175 is especially good as it stops at Chopin Airport and will take you to near the...
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Taxis

Any taxi, and: 1. You should NOT reply to all those "mafia taxi" hunters, in the arrivals hall, offering their services. 2. You exit the hall to the lane outsied and take any taxi with name of the...
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Trams

Our hotel was not very central, so we moved primarily by tram but also used the Metro and buses. The ticket is for any of the three transports The tram is very comfortable and has good service....
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Underground

We used the metro a couple of time to travelling around Warsaw. There are two lines Blue and Red. Blue one is the biggest one, it crosses from north to south of the city. Red one is small and it...
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Planes

Norwegian has 3 direct flights from Málaga to Chopin airport. It takes 3 hours and 45 minutes and the best, there is free wifi and it works well. There is inflight service, soft drinks, hot drinks,...
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All in one

I don't know why would any tourist want to rent a car in Warsaw, unless it is the base and starting point for driving outside the city. The parking issue in the center or the old town area is a real...
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Horse carriage

Warsaw had very divers offer for visitors. Horse carriages is not unusually touristic tours but also for me not something I see on regural base. I didnt saw many horse carriages during my visit to...
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Roads

Warsaw, like many former Soviet bloc countries, has seen a large increase in traffic as the standard of living rises. Auto traffic in Warsaw during weekdays is VERY heavy. I would advise taking public...
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Bikes

Air pollution in 90% of Europe's cities does not meet the World Health Organisation's standards. This shocking statistic published by the EEA is something Polish people are well aware of with cities...
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Chopin Airport

I flew LOT direct from Cluj to Warsaw. Interestingly, it cost almost half the price of my transatlantic ticket (which was $550). However, I saved about a $100 by booking a roundtrip even though I only...
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Walking

Walking is a popular way to get around the main areas of touristic interest. All the main sites are close to each other. The Royal Castle and Castle Square as well as the Old Town Square with the...
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roamer61
Jun 14, 2013

Public transport and luggage

When you travel by public transport in Warsaw you may take a luggage and an animal with you free of charge. The city of Warsaw, probably as the first city in Poland, canceled luggage fees. You may now...
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ZiOOlek
Apr 04, 2011

Top Hotels in Warsaw

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Emilii Plater 49, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-125, Poland
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Jerozolimskie 45, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-692, Poland
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Krakowskie Przedmiescie 42/44, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-325, Poland
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Ul. Krolewska 11, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-065, Poland
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Al. Jana Pawla II 21, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-854, Poland
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ul. Poznanska 15, 00-680
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Top Things to Do in Warsaw

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Monument to the Ghetto Uprising

While ethnic Poles were subject to selective persecution by Nazi Germany, all ethnic Jews were targeted by the Third Reich. In the winter of 1939–40, about 100,000 Jews were deported to Nazi...
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Lazienki Park and Chopin's Monument

Łazienki Royal Park (in Polish, Lazienki Park Królewskie) is the largest public park in Warsaw. It spans an area of about 80 hectares. It features a palace complex and has a lake and a botanical...
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Old Town

This is a small, triangular square near the cathedral. The name comes from the old-style buildings surrounding the square, where canons priests lived in the 17th century. There was formerly the parish...
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Royal Castle

Built in the 15th century, this castle served as residence of Mazovian princes. Once the capital was moved to Warsaw from Kraków, the castle served as seat of the king and the government. The castle...
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Palace of Culture and Science

The Palace of Culture and Science is the highest building in Poland. It has over 3,000 rooms. The big attraction is a large terrace on the 30th floor of the Palace. It was built between 1952 and 1955;...
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Barbican

The Barbican is a beautiful piece of architecture, and it actually reminded us of the Kalemegdan Fortress in Belgrade Serbia. The Barbican was erected in 1540 in place of an older gate to protect...
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matcrazy1

"Dedicated to Jacek Kaczmarski"
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evaanna

"All around me"
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AcornMan

"Warsaw Rising"
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PolishChick

"WARSAW- THE CITY WITH A HISTORY!"
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"My Home Town"
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