Warsaw Day Tours

Curated Tours and Activities in Warsaw, Poland

Polish Cuisine Cooking Class

A catamaran off of the coast of Greece near Athens.

Buckwheat pancakes and pierogis are staples that you will master, but you will also enjoy a buffet of organic meats and cheeses and can add on a vodka tasting. Prost! – by Viator https://www.viator.com/tours/Warsaw/Traditional-Polish-Cooking-Class/d528-7554P1

Insider’s Warsaw

Pastries laid out n a display case in Lisbon, Portugal.

Get into your Soviet-era van and see the real Warsaw, from hip Praga, to hidden squares and Socialist Realist hulking buildings. The guide tells gripping tales of WWII street battles to boot. – by Viator https://www.viator.com/tours/Warsaw/Small-Group-Warsaw-City-Tour-Behind-the-Scenes/d528-22434P1

Warsaw Food Tour

A chef teaches students Greek cooking in the Monastiraki neighborhood in Athens.

Get to know Polish cuisine with a n enthusiastic local. And beer and vodka too! – by Viator https://www.viator.com/tours/Warsaw/Delicious-Warsaw-Food-Tour/d528-18083P10

Warsaw by Segway

Glasses set up for a Greek wine tasting experience in Athens.

Though obliterated by the Nazis, Warsaw managed to rebuild their Old Town area in all its glory. Enjoy seeing the monuments to Madame Curie and the Ghetto Uprising, among many other historic sights.- by Viator https://www.viator.com/tours/Warsaw/Segway-Old-Town-Tour-90-minutes-of-magic/d528-25300P2

Jewish Warsaw Private Tour

Two tourists riding their bikes near ruins in Athens, Greece.

The P0lish Jewish story is tragic and triumphant. Get a very personal view with this private tour. – by Viator https://www.viator.com/tours/Warsaw/Private-Tour-Warsaws-Jewish-Heritage-by-Retro-Fiat/d528-6875JEWISH

“As the family goes, so goes the nation and so goes the whole world in which we live.– Pope John Paul II, first Polish Pope

Some Warsaw Day Trip Ideas

  1. Łazienki Park – This vast park, located in the heart of Warsaw, is home to scenic gardens, lakes, and several historical palaces and monuments, including the famous Palace on the Isle.
  2. Wilanów Palace – This historic palace, located about 30 minutes from Warsaw, was once the residence of Polish kings and is known for its stunning architecture, elaborate gardens, and valuable art collections.
  3. Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum – This former Nazi concentration camp, located about 2 hours from Warsaw, is a sobering reminder of the atrocities committed during World War II and is a popular destination for educational and cultural trips.
  4. Płock – This historic city, located about 2 hours from Warsaw, is known for its beautiful old town, historic cathedral, and scenic riverside views, and is a popular destination for outdoor activities such as boating and fishing.
  5. The Tatra Mountains – This scenic mountain range, located about 3 hours from Warsaw, is known for its stunning landscapes, scenic hiking trails, and outdoor adventure opportunities, including skiing and snowboarding in the winter months.

From a moving ghetto uprising tour to a comfort food Polish cooking class, Warsaw is full of hidden gems.  Experience Poland’s pride of place.