Warsaw City Break

City Breaks

from 178 GBP

“Warsaw is a thrilling busy city with many faces where tradition intermingles with modernity. In spite of many historical ups and downs, it was always a dynamic, Western-style metropolis. Its phenomenal character is expressed by its everlasting youthfulness, in spirit and appearance, a mixture of the old and new. The dominating silhouette of the city centre belongs to the Palace of Culture and Science, which today shares the skyline with numerous office towers. You can feel the breath of history in the Old Town, on Nowy Świat Street and everywhere the city’s root have been preserved. Razed to the ground during World War II, Warsaw was rebuilt by the effort of the whole nation.



Town - its historical centre and the heart of the capital was painstakingly restored to its former splendour and it is now included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. .Warsaw not only is the centre of business and administration but also of science, culture and arts. Today Warsaw is Poland’s most cosmopolitan, dynamic and modern city, with many luxury hotels, elegant shops and diverse services. Whether you are interested in theatre, good food, shopping, museums or bazaars you will find something just for you”.


Day 1 Arrival in Warsaw

Arrival at Warsaw International Airport. Meeting with guide and transfer to the hotel. Check-in. Drive to the Old Town, the heart of the city, for an evening stroll around the Market Square with its colourful, narrow-fronted tenement houses and charming little streets and alleys that are home to numerous galleries and cafés. Welcome dinner at a local restaurant. Return to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 2 Sightseeing in Warsaw

Breakfast. Meeting with guide and departure for a Warsaw city tour. Sightseeing includes the Old Town: the Castle Square with the column of King Zygmunt III Vaza, the majestic Royal Castle, St. John’s Cathedral, the Old Town Square with the statue of the city’s symbol Mermaid, the Barbican, a former entrance gate to the city, the New Town. Sightseeing continues along the Royal Route: Cracowskie Przedmieście Street, Nowy Świat - one of the busiest commercial streets of the city with many shops and cafés; Aleje Ujazdowskie with charming little villas and
a number of governmental buildings and the Royal Łazienki park-and-palace complex. A visit to the Palace on the Water and a stroll around the picturesque park, then drive to the newest shopping centre. Free time for shopping or relaxation over a cup
of coffee. Dinner in the restaurant featuring traditional Polish specialties and entertainment. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 3 Wilanów

Breakfast. Departure for Wilanów. A guided tour of the Wilanow Palace-and-Park Complex - the baroque summer residence of King Jan III Sobieski often called “the Little Versailles”. The architecture of this site is the only of this kind
in Poland. Visitors can admire interiors lavishly furnished with period furniture, portraits, sculptures and suits of armour. After sightseeing transfer to the airport. Departure from Poland.
Other attractions of the city and in its vicinity:
-Warsaw- the Palace of Culture and Science which is the tallest building in Poland, the seventh tallest building in the European Union. The terrace on the 30th floor, at 114 m., is a well-known tourist attraction with incredible panoramic view of the city.
-Żelazowa Wola - with lovely manor house, the birthplace of Frederic Chopin the most famous Polish composer. In summer there are piano-recitals given here by world famous pianists.
-Łowicz - known for its living fantasically colourful folk art and culture. Up till now the inhabitants of surrounding villages make traditional embroidery, cut-out paper patterns.
-Nieborów and Arkadia - magnificent Barogue Palace with collection of antique sculptures, paintings and romantic park with numerous relics of ancient and renaissance sculptures.

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