World War II | Free Tour
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Discover the poignant history of World War II in Warsaw with our free tour. Follow our knowledgeable guides as they lead you through the city’s wartime remnants, sharing powerful stories and insights along the way.
What you can expect
E xplore the resilient “Phoenix City” of Warsaw, one of the cities that endured tremendous hardships during World War II. The urban landscape and its residents bore witness to devastating bombings, the daily dread of living under SS surveillance, and displayed remarkable valor in two significant revolts: the 1943 Jewish Ghetto Uprising and the 1944 Warsaw Uprising.
Place to be visited:
- Castle Square
- former Nazi German District
- Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
- remains of Polish Bank
- Ghetto Wall monument
- remains of Nalewki street
- Warsaw Uprising Monument
Address English tour: Plac Zamkowy 1, 00-001 Warszawa
The meeting point is on the Castle Square (Plac Zamkowy) in front of the 22m high Sigismund´s Column.
The guide has an orange umbrella!
What are Free Tours?
This is a Free Tour, so cancellation conditions are not necessary. However, we would be very grateful if you could inform us if you are unable to attend so that we do not have to wait for you unnecessarily. Thank you for your understanding.