Warsaw city break
Warsaw is located in the heart of Poland and has been the national capital since 1596. It used to be a seat of Polish dukes and kings as well as the home of famous Polish including: pianist and composer Frederic Chopin, physicist and chemist Maria Sklodowska-Curie.
After being completely destroyed by the Nazis during World War II, the city was entirely rebuilt according to old documents and drawings. Throughout centuries Warsaw became a bustling European centre of culture, commerce, industry and politics preserving its rich history in many places, not only in its colourful Old Town listed as an UNESCO Heritage Site.
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Day 1: Arrival
Day 2: Half day city tour
Day 3: Free at leisure to discover the city
- Excursion to Wilanow Palace – one of the most beautiful architectural landmarks of Warsaw. The impressive baroque residence owes its exceptional character to a unique blend of European and Polish styles. The Wilanow complex – a summer residence of the king Jan III Sobieski who built it – is a significant marker of Polish history. After exploring the rich interior of the Palace we will stroll through the surrounding Wilanow Garden and Parks, displaying English and French design styles.
- Chopin Music Concert : At the evening you can participate in Chopin’s music concert performed by outstanding musicians to celebrate comoser’s mazurkas, polonaises and études
Day 4: Departure
- Poland – Central Europe
- Walk through the alleys and passageway of the Old Town
- Stroll down the Royal Route and explore all Warsaw’s historic landmarks in addition to the 3 residences : Royal Castle, Łazienki Palace and Wilanów Palace
- Spend a whole day in Łazienki Park hopping from one villa to the next, marvelling at the sumptuous Łazienki Palace, pottering around four museums or just relaxing in the greenery
- Have a quiet drink in cobblestone square in the old town market square
- If you are a museum lover come to Warsaw ; you can visit as many museums as you want such as Polin Museum, Wasaw uprising museum, Copernicus Science Centre, the Palace of Culture and Science , national museum and more
- Have a nice walk in Saxon Garden as it is one of the first public parks in the World
- Learn how to make Pierogi (Traditional Polish Dumplings) from scratch!
- Enjoy the view from the Tower of St. Anna church
- Enjoy a cheerful dinner in the old town market square cafes
- Eat at a Bar Mleczny
- Eat a Pączek in a Piekarnia
- Try the most traditional of Polish fast food, Zapiekanka
- Go to “Pawilony” a little area in Nowy Świat street with 25 tiny pubs
- Let your head go for a spin, the Shot Bars
- It is cheapest to go on foot, but you can also use Warsaw’s buses, trams and the metro.
- Temperature during July and august is between 13 °C till 23 °C
- Might have some rainy afternoons
- Starting September temperatures starts to decline gradually
- Smart dress
- walking shoes
- light jacket
- The currency in Poland is currently the Polish Złoty
- In some larger stores, such as hypermarkets and malls you can pay in Euro
- Do Not Exchange Money in Airports or Train Stations. Only in Banks and KANTOR
- ATMs can be found widely
- Credit cards can be used even in small shops
- Schengen Visa is required for Lebanese citizens ( call us for further details)