Warsaw: Downtown Off-the-Beaten-Path Walking Tour
Discover the lesser-known landmarks of southern Warsaw. Explore the city from a local's perspective explore a fascinating area often missed by visitors.
- Discover the lesser-visited neighborhoods of southern Warsaw with a local guide
- Stroll through elegant avenues and admire a variety of architectural styles
- Spot hidden points of interest, unknown even to some locals
- Visit one of the best pastry shops in the city and taste one of their specialties
DescriptionMeet under Charles de Gaulle's Statue on Rondo de Gaulle to begin your walking tour. Learn about the lesser-known areas of the Polish capital with your expert guide. First, see the former Communist Party headquarters, which now is home to a variety of cafés and restaurants. Then stroll by a section of the Warsaw Escarpment, along which the city has evolved over the centuries. Discover some points of interest that are unknown even to locals, such as a former Freemason's lodge. See buildings that still retain the scars of World War II. Wander around an urban garden before arriving at a 19th-century park with sculptures by famous Polish artists. Continue down an elegant avenue with residences dating back to the 19th century. Explore a residential housing complex area built during the Communist era and learn more about the Brutalist architecture of this period. Discover the filming locations of the 2002 movie, 'The Pianist', nominated for numerous Academy Awards. Stop at a favorite local sweet shop and try a tasty traditional pastry before finishing the tour at a cozy food venue.
IncludesWalking tour Local guide Pastry
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