The Many Legends of Wars and Sawa
Warsaw Tour Options:
Warsaw City Center – Grand Sightseeing Tour
Multiply-day Warsaw and Surroundings Excursions
Warsaw has experienced amazing growth in the decades since the Second World War, when eighty percent of the city’s buildings were destroyed. Now, since the fall of the Soviet Union, Poland’s capital and largest city is recognized as a flourishing cultural metropolis. Among Warsaw’s many museums and cultural offerings, there are of course also plenty of memorials to the atrocities that the city has witnessed, including the Monument of the Warsaw Uprising, the famous Umschlagplatz, the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes, memorializing those who died in the Warsaw ghetto, and the Monument to the Victims of Katyn. Your tour will introduce you to the many sides of Warsaw’s fascinating history, including the medieval architecture of the Old Town, where the Royal Castle, the former seat of the Polish monarchy, is located. Whether walking along the beautiful Vistula River or through the Old Town Market Square, you’ll be impressed by Warsaw’s cosmopolitan atmosphere and the city’s identity so shaped by its past.