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Warsaw: Palace of Culture and Science & Wilanow Palace
Explore the monumental Palace of Culture and Science, one of the tallest buildings in Europe, before heading to the historically-significant Wilanow Royal Palace on this intimate, small group tour.
- Find out why the Palace of Culture and Science is the most known and recognizable symbol of Warsaw
- Listen to the stories about this amazing building: the origins of the uprising, history, anecdotes, and curiosities
- Visit the most famous rooms in the Palace of Culture and Science
- Discover the spirit of Wilanow Palace, shaped by its architecture, the past and the present, people and nature
- Find out how the Polish aristocrats once lived in Wilanow Palace: see the King's Bedroom, the Grand Vestibule and the fantastic Paintings Gallery
DescriptionBuilt in 1955, the Palace of Culture and Science riffs off the American art-deco skyscrapers of the same period and today stands as the eighth-tallest building in the European Union. With interiors covered by marble and mosaics, the palace has an opulent atmosphere that is heightened by the light that streams in from gigantic windows. Form your own opinion of the landmark building that has polarized local opinions for decades and get an inside look at a structure with over 3,000 rooms that houses restaurants, a university, theaters, cinemas, offices, concert halls, and even a swimming pool. Your tour will include visits to the Main Hall, City Hall Chamber, Troika Hall, chapel, Copernicus’ Hall, Mickiewicz’s Hall, VIP lounges, Starzyński’s Hall, Warsaw Hall, Broniewski’s Hall, Rudnev’s Hall, and Gothic Hall. Finally, after reaching the terrace on the 30th floor, you will be rewarded with a marvelous view of Warsaw. After enjoying the view at the Palace of Culture and Science, you will be driven to the nearby Wilanow Royal Palace. Initially constructed in 1677 for King Jan III Sobieski, the palace grew over time to become a magnificent villa surrounded by phantasmal gardens. The residence retains traces of its former residents, which speak to their interests and customs and include a significant collection of artworks. One of Poland's most important historic sites, the palace also houses a museum that documents the country's cultural and artistic heritage. Your tour will include an informative audio guide and allows you to explore the White Hall, statue of Jan III Sobieski, chapel, King’s Library, King’s Bedroom, Grand Vestibule, Queen’s Bedroom, Etruscan cabinet, Paintings Gallery Museum, and Baroque Gardens. In the winter, mapping shows take place on the buildings, while in the summer, concerts and interesting temporary exhibitions are held.
IncludesDoor to door transport from your hotel/apartment to the Palace of Culture and Science All taxes, fees, and handling charges Tickets to all locations Guided tour in the Palace of Culture and Science in English Driver/coordinator for your convenience Transport from the Palace of Culture and Science to Wilanow Palace by car or van Audio-guides in Wilanow Palace (available in Polish, English, German, Russian, French, Italian, and Spanish) Transport to your hotel/apartment Photos and souvenirs
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