Visit Warsaw Warszawa

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Visit Warsaw Warszawa - Walking through the Old Town in Warsaw with a guide.
We are presenting the exemplary tour in Warsaw which is possible to do in the 4 hours. The meeting point will be Zlota street [Gold street - 'Zlote Tarasy' Shopping Gallery - Golden Terraces] next to the Main Station in Warsaw. So, We may pick you up from the train directly, when you come from Krakow. The journey from Krakow to Warsaw takes max 2,30 min. To by tickets

Walking tour  2,5h
Castle square (plac zamkowy)
st. John Cathedral
Presidential Palace
Warsaw Uprising monument
Tomb of unknown Soldier
Old Town Market
New Town market
Academic church of st. Anna
Krakow's suburb (Krakowskie przedmieście)
Nowowiejska street
Palace of Culture & Science
Chopin's museum

Landmark Tour 1,5h
Warsaw citadel
Fort of Legions (Fort legionów)
Sapieha Palace (palac Sapiechow)
Barbican (Barbakan Warszawski)
City Walls (miejskie mury obronne)
Old Town Market Place (Rynek Sterego Miasta)
Royal Castle 
King Sigismund's Column 

Jewish Tour 2h
Memorial of the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto
The Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute
Nozyk Synagogue
Janusz Korczak Monument
Warsaw Ghetto Walls

Warsaw tour - other trips proposition 

The Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw
Passing through the former Jewish Quarter
The Saski garden, The Pilsudski Square and The Unknown Soldier Monument
The Old Town - The Krakow's Suburb and The Presidential Palace
The Royal Castle [visiting inside with licensed guide]
The Old Town Square, The Mermaid statue
The Barbican and the City Walls
The Freta street and The museum of Marie Sklodowskiej - Curie
The New Town and The New Town Square.
The Vistula river bank walk [The playing fountains in the evenings.]
Back to the city walls in Warsaw

Museums in Warsaw
The Historical Museum of Warsaw
The Warsaw Uprising Museum
The Museum of Polish Jews Polin
The National gallery Museum in Warsaw
The Chopin Museum
The Royal Castle in Warsaw
The Wilanow Palace
The Lazienki Palace
The Kopernik Science Center
The Maria Sklodowska-Curie Museum

Warsaw in 1 Day:
Warsaw morning tour (2-3h) 
Old Town, Barbakan, Warsaw Hist.Museum, Old Royal Palace,Fountain Park, President Residence, Marie-Curie Museum.
lunch break 

Warsaw afternoon tour (2-3h) 

Palace of Culture and Science, Jewish Quarter.

or 2nd day (3-4h) 

Lazienki Park, Church of Holy Cross (Chopin's Heart), Chopin Museum.

Dumplings [PIEROGI] workshops in Warsaw [English and French]

•After a short introduction that includes the origins of pierogi, participants prepare dumplings with two types of filling: meat or vegetarian (submit your choice upon booking).
•At the end of the class participants have pierogi lunch or dinner, so it is best to come hungry.
•Duration: 2 hours including eating, larger groups – up to 3 hours
•Price: 100 zł for groups between 6 and 20, 120-150 zł for smaller groups,
depending on group size and type of filling
•Private group size: 20 participants
•What you get: aprons, skills, recipe booklet and a lot of pierogi to eat, so come HUNGRY

Drink delicious self-made liqueurs and take the taste of Poland back home!
The famous Polish liqueurs called 'nalewki' are alcoholic extracts from fruits, spices, flowers or herbs. Not without scientific proof, they are commonly believed to cure illnesses and raise the spirit! 
You will learn how to make 3 different mouthwatering liqueurs – honey with spices, lemon, and caramel. Taste them at the end of the class and take home three 100 ml bottles (maximum on-board allowance).
What is provided:
·         tasting of 3 variants of liqueurs
·         3 bottles of liqueurs (100 ml each) – 3 variants to take home;
·         small snack: cheese, crackers
·         link to pictures taken during the class
·         all necessary utensils
·         recipes

Warsaw – Capital city of Poland

Warszawa is a modern, sparkling and cultural city. Because of its long, rich and sometimes tragic history there are many historical and interesting places to see. Despite the fact that almost 85 percent of the city was destroyed during World War II, there are still many elderly buildings and palaces left. Several of those destroyed are reverentially rebuilt or restored i.e. the Royal Castle and the Old Town.  
Warsaw's Old Town Market Square and its surroundings, the Old Town (Stare Miasto, also called Starowka), is a reconstruction, it deserves to be often called for the best tourist attraction of Warsaw, for its charming beauty and its unforgettable atmosphere.  
The Old Town was established in the 13th century and soon surrounded by city walls of brick. The nearby New Town was outlined not so much later, and got its own town status.
In the beginning of the 18th century Tylman van Gameren, a Dutch architect that worked for the royal court, redesigned the Old Town Square and had The Town Hall, that dominated the surroundings, demolished.
The whole area has been completely destroyed during the World War II, but all those narrow gothic streets, monasteries, renaissance churches and merchants' houses had been carefully reconstructed, and now the whole area is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. 

Jewish District in Warsaw - Before the World War II, approx. 30 % of the Warsaw population – over 350 000 people - was Jewish. There were about 400 synagogues and prayer houses in the city; destroyed by the Nazis to celebrate defeating of the Ghetto Uprising. Today, there is only one synagogue left in Warszawa.
Lot of Jews used to live on the right side of the river – Praga, and still today, walking certain streets there, you can sense the atmosphere of the Jewish Warsaw before the war.
On the left side of the river, where the Ghetto used to be, there are now several monuments commemorating the Jews of Warsaw – between them The Monument over the Ghetto Heroes and Umschlagplatz - a memorial raised at the very spot where Warsaw Jews were gathered in 1943, loaded on cattle wagons and transported to the death camp at Treblinka.

How to get from Cracow to Warsaw:
You may take a train which is every hour 
or take a private car.
The cheapest transport companies / TAXI in Warsaw: Mini Taxi, Taxi AS, Eco Taxi, My Tax  

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