Warsaw City Tour

Warsaw is the capital and largest city of Poland. If you would like to see major attractions in Warsaw you should join our city tour. In this tour you will see:

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Tour to Auschwitz

Visit the most well known cemetery in the world and place of genocide – Auschwitz-Birkenau. On 14 June 1940 Nazis estabilished here the largest concentration camp on Polsih territory. Initially its purpose was to destroy Polish intelligentsia , later it beacame extermnation camp.

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Tour to Krakow

Visit the most beautiful city in Poland, former capital, medieval centre of merchandising.Over the centuries, many important architects came to work here, among them Veit Stoss From Germany, Bartolomeo Berrecci and Giovanni Maria Padovano from Italy, and Tylman van Gameren from Holland.

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Warsaw War Tour

Before the World War Two Warsaw called “Paris of the East” due to its beauty and elegance. From 1939 to 1945 Poland was under Nazi occupation.

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Majdanek tour

This is an individual tour. In this tour you will see:

Kazimierz – a small historic town and popular holiday resort. The picturesque place attracts many artists who seek inspiration for their work here. This place is the pearl of Polish Renaissance.

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Chopin Tour

This tour will take you to Mazovian countryside of plains dotted with fields, woods and small villages.

We will visit Żelazowa Wola near Warsaw, where world famous composer Frederic Chopin was born. His father worked there as a French teacher. We will visit his birthplace – and old manor, which now houses a museum dedicated to composer. We will also see an unique example of fortified church in Brochow where Chopin’s parents got married and where Frederic Chopin was baptized. 

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Tour to Czestochowa

The Monastery of Jasna Góra in Częstochowa, Poland, is the third-largest Catholic pilgrimage site in the world. Home to the beloved miraculous icon of Our Lady of Częstochowa, the most important icon of the Catholic faith in Poland, depicting the Vrigin with the Christ Child, was probably painted in 1434 on the older Byzantine icon.

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Treblinka Tour

The death camp at Treblinka was located in the north-eastern region of the Generalgou vernement, in a sparsely populated area near Malkinia Gora, a junction on the Warsaw – Bialystok railway line, some 4km northwest of the small Treblinka village and its railway station.

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Modlin Airport Transfer

We offer professional personal transport services for individual tourists and groups. We provide comfortable & excellent service quality. We provide airport transfer from Modlin Airport and Okecie Aiport in Warsaw.

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