Warsaw World War 2 Tour

Poland was the first victim of World War 2. It all started on September 1st 1939 when German army attacked military transit storehouse at Westerplatte in Gdansk. Military struggle in Poland was extremely fierce during whole war which lasted nearly 6 years. It is estimated that 5,5 – 6 million of citizens of Poland were killed during this time including 2,5 – 3 millions of Jews. Warsaw as a city was especially touched by World War 2. On 1 August 1944 the Polish underground Home Army launched an uprising in Warsaw against the occupying Germans. The uprising lasted over two months and led to complete destruction of the city as well as the loss of tens of thousands of lives. As you can imagine there are lots of places in the city today strongly related to those events from terrible war times.

We offer private guided Warsaw World War II tour on request.

Tour schedule:
1. pick up from your hotel in Warsaw at chosen time
2. partly walking and partly driving tour – up to 4 hours during which you will see:

  • The Little Insurgent Monument – commemorates child soldiers who fought and died during Warsaw Uprising in 1944
  • Warsaw Uprising Monument – dedicated to heroic 63 days battle for independence in 1944 against German army occupying Warsaw
  • Ghetto Heroes Monument (know as Nike Monument) – commemorates the heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto, erected near the site of the first battles of Jewish fighters with the Nazis during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in April 1943
  • PAST building – the first Warsaw high-rise built in 1906-1908 (as a telephone exchange), in 1944 it became a place of fierce fighting that took place over him during the Warsaw Uprising
  • former Jewish Ghetto area – it was the largest ghetto in German-occupied Europe. At its peak, in April 1941, it was inhabited by about 460 000 Jews
  • Pawiak prison – was the largest German political prison on the territory of occupied Poland. The prison was destroyed by the Germans during the Warsaw Uprising in August 1944
  • Warsaw Uprising Museum (without visit inside) – the institution documents the history of the Warsaw Uprising. It is to be a tribute to those who fought and died for free Poland and its capital, showing the next generations of Poles the meaning of those events

3. drop off at your hotel after the tour

Total duration time: up to 4 hours

Prices:

  • 650 PLN total (1-2 persons)
  • 250 PLN per person (3-5 persons)
  • Contact us (6 persons or more)

What is included:

  • hotel pick up and drop off at chosen time
  • private transportation by high quality air-conditioned vehicle
  • professional English speaking guide’s service
  • up to 4 hours of guided sightseeing tour of the city
  • This tour is available in following languages:
  • English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, Swedish, Norwegian, Chinese and others

* availability of some languages is limited and prices may vary
If you wish we can also extend the tour to the audio-guided visit in Warsaw Uprising Museum.

Total duration time including Warsaw Uprising Museum: up to 6 hours
Audio-guides are available in 27 different languages:

Prices: 

  • 950 PLN per person (1 person)
  • 520 PLN per person (2 persons)
  • 390 PLN per person (3 persons)
  • 350 PLN per person (4 persons)
  • 320 PLN per person (5 persons)
  • Contact us (6 persons or more)

What is included:

  • hotel pick up and drop off at chosen time
  • private transportation by high quality air-conditioned vehicle
  • professional English speaking guide’s service
  • up to 4 hours of guided sightseeing tour of the city
  • entrance tickets to Warsaw Uprising Museum
  • approx 1,5 hours visit inside Warsaw Uprising Museum with audio-guide in chosen language

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