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Warsaw

Why not spend some time in the Poland’s lagest and most fascinating cities, Warsaw?
We offer one- and two- day tours so that you can get the most out of your visit!

One-day tour

 
Dear football fan!

  • Have you ever wondered what you REALLY know about football? Try your knowledge and visit the Football Exhibition in the Palace of Science and Culture. After a good portion of information, take one of the lifts and reach the highest point in Warsaw where you can admire the panorama of Warsaw from.
  • And how about “Technological football tricks”? An exhibition in the Museum of Technology will reveal to you how the footballers do it!
  • Try also the Museum of Sports and Tourism in the Olympic Centre. Who said that you have to be focused on football all the time?
  • After a lunch break, enjoy a visit of the market square in the New Town, stroll along the Barbican till you reach the Old Town. Admire the Royal Castle a few steps further and then walk down the Royal Route.
  • Take a deep breath in the roof gardens of the University of Warsaw Library, where you can admire the silhouette of the National Stadium from afar.

 

Two-day Tour

Day 1

 

  • A swift trip by train or plane will get you from the city of your stay to the capital. After a lunch break, you will enjoy the beauty of the city:
  • See the market square of the New Town, stroll along the Barbican till you reach the Old Town. Admire the Royal Castle a few steps further and then walk down the Royal Route.
  • Take a deep breath in the roof gardens of the University of Warsaw Library, where you can admire the silhouette of the National Stadium from afar.
  • Have a good rest in a hotel/a luxurious apartment or discover the rich nightlife of Warsaw and get prepared for…

 

 

Day 2

  • Have you ever wondered what you REALLY know about football? Try your knowledge and visit the Football Exhibition in the Palace of Science and Culture. After a good portion of information, take one of the lifts and reach the highest point in Warsaw where you can admire the panorama of Warsaw from.
  • And how about “Technological football tricks”? An exhibition in the Museum of Technology will reveal to you how the footballers do it!
  • Last but not least, try the Museum of Sports and Tourism in the Olympic Centre. Who said that you have to be focused on football all the time?
  • If you get tired of the big city and EURO rush, you can set out on an additional jaunt to Wilanów and see the “Polish Versailles” palace built by the King John III Sobieski for his beloved Queen Marysieńka.
  • Late return will give you time to go through your amazing photos and recall your experiences in Warsaw.

We DO NOT provide tickets for the football matches.

 

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