Warsaw: Guided Bike Tour
Explore Warsaw by bike and see the most important sights as well as some local favorites as you learn about Warsaw's history from your guide.
- Explore architectural treasures of the Old Town and Royal Route
- Learn about tragic history of occupied Warsaw during World War II
- Ride along the promenade and explore the wild side of Vistula River
DescriptionDiscover the different sides of Warsaw as you pedal around the city with your knowledgeable guide. Admire the iconic sights and buildings in both the city and center and the UNESCO listed Old Town area. Take a break at one of the city's sandy beaches by the Vistula river and enjoy great people watching. Start off your bike tour in Warsaw's vibrant city center, where you will see iconic buildings and squares such as Palace od Culture and Science and Grzybowski Square. Reach the Royal Route, a beautiful venue with many important buildings from both historical and architectural standpoints including Warsaw University and the Holy Cross Church, where Frederic Chopin's heart is interred. Continue your ride and head to Warsaw's UNESCO Site - The Old Town. It's the only example of such type of post war reconstruction in the world. Learn about the most iconic landmarks such as the Royal Castle, St. John`s Cathedral, Market Square and more about the area’s history spanning over 700 years. See the most important monument dedicated to Ghetto Uprising of 1943. Right next to it you will see one of the city's iconic contemporary buildings, The Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Next, pedal towards the Vistula River to discover the city's natural treasure. Experience the vibrance of promenade, a favourite place of locals full of cafes, bars and sport activities. Cross Świetokrzyski Bridge to discover the wild side of the river which is a nature reserve. Take a short break at the best sand beach in town to drink water, people watch, and take some photos of the beautiful river area. get back on your bike and ride to see Warsaw Praga's neglected houses from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. Head back to the other side of the river to see how a pre-war and ruined power plant that was transformed into a trendy multi-purpose hub full of restaurants, public squares, designer boutiques, and outdoor activities.
IncludesBikes Bottled water Hotel pickup and drop-off Food Tips
- The tour covers ca. 10 miles / 17 km by bike.
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