Free Tour Old Town & More
Monday to Saturday
Start: 10 am
Join our Free Walking Tour to the Old Town of Warsaw.
What you can expect
The guide awaits you on the Castle Square, the historical center of Warsaw. The square is surrounded by the salmon red Royal Castle and the colorful facades of the Old Town, in the middle stands the almost 400 year old Sigismund Column. If it weren’t for our great and interesting guided tour of the city, you could spend hours here enjoying the flow of time.
After a short historical introduction and answering the questions of all questions “Why is Warsaw the capital of Poland and who is not satisfied with it”, we move on to the area of the Old Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1980. The other attractions on this tour are:
- the Market Square with the Warsaw Mermaid
- the “magic” bell
- the narrowest facade in the Old Town
- St. John’s Cathedral and the Jesuit Church
- the city wall with the Barbican
- the monument of the Little Insurgent
- historical New Town
- house of birth of Marie Curie
The tour ends after about 2 hours at the Warsaw Uprising Memorial.
You won’t have to flow with the tourist crowd all the time, because we know our own secret ways that allow us to enjoy the Old Town to the fullest.
Address: Plac Zamkowy 1, 00-001 Warszawa
The meeting point is on the Castle Square in front of the 22 m high Sigismund Column.
The city guide has an orange umbrella!
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Distance of the tour
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