Our free walking tour starts at the Nicolaus Copernicus Monument on Krakowskie Przedmieście street, in the heart of the historic centre of Warsaw. During our 2.45-hour walk, we will visit iconic places such as the Czapski Palace, home of the most brilliant Polish composer Frederic Chopin, the University of Warsaw and the Presidential Palace.
We continue towards the Old Castle Square with the Column of King Sigismund III. Next, we will approach the Royal Castle dating back to the 14th century, which has been the residence of the Polish kings.
Later, we move to the Old Town of Warsaw, the charming neighbourhood full of colourful houses and the unique atmosphere of its narrow streets. We visit the cathedral, which houses the tombs of the medieval princes of Mazovia and the last king of Poland. We discover the Market Square, one of the most charming squares in Warsaw with the statue of the Mermaid. Do you want to know the legend behind it?
We will continue the free tour along the outskirts of the Old Warsaw Ghetto. There we will contemplate the fragment of the wall that divided the city during the Nazi occupation.
The free tour concludes in front of the Warsaw Uprising Monument, which features a group of insurgents in battle. It commemorates a key episode for the city, during the devastating war conflict that was the Great War.