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New&Old Praga Vintage sidecar motocykle trips & visit Warsaw, unique attraction!

New&Old Praga Vintage sidecar motocykle trips & visit Warsaw, unique attraction! - Warszawa, Poland
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Warszawa, Poland

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$99.39

One-of-a-kind experience!. You’ll ride in a vintage sidecar motorcycle,  the successor of heavy motorcycles from World War II.

If YOU are an individualis, do not like riding on a bus with other tourist, do not like standard sightseeing programs organized for a mass audience.  

Come and visit Warsaw with US !  A new attraction, first time in Poland. You will be open to the elements and completely free ... More info ›

One-of-a-kind experience!. You’ll ride in a vintage sidecar motorcycle,  the successor of heavy motorcycles from World War II.

If YOU are an individualis, do not like riding on a bus with other tourist, do not like standard sightseeing programs organized for a mass audience.  

Come and visit Warsaw with US !  A new attraction, first time in Poland. You will be open to the elements and completely free. With no windows or other tourists, the city is just for you. photos and some breaks on the way. Every part of your trip is organized with safety in mind, the motorcycle is always run by our experienced motorcyclist, carrying you, your family and friends through the landmarks and hidden gems of Warsaw.

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Stop At: Visit Warsaw with Us, ul. Sobieskiego 102A Salon 3WHEELS, Warsaw 00-764 Poland

We will be sightseeing around Praga – the East side of the Vistula River – in the vintage sidecar motorcycle M72 or K750, or if it’s raining, in the legendary Jeep Wrangler JK Unlimited. We will start our trip from Castle Square with the Royal Castle, then pass Lazienki Park (the royal park and gardens) on our way to the other bank of the river. In Praga, we will visit many iconic places that are related to the post-war times, a beautiful Orthodox Church next to the infamous communist police station and a few of Warsaw’s top bohemian hangouts. During the trip we will make several photo breaks.

Duration: 2 hours

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Tour to Auschwitz & Krakow from Warsaw

Tour to Auschwitz & Krakow from Warsaw - Warszawa, Poland

Duration: 15 to 17 hours
Location: Warszawa, Poland

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$185.39

Join our one day tour from Warsaw and visit the most famous attractions in Poland - the beautiful city of Krakow and former German Concentration Camp Auschwitz Birkenau. You will use fast train connection between Warsaw and Krakow so you can avoid many hours of driving by car during this day trip and also you can pay lowest possible price for this kind of tour ... More info ›

Join our one day tour from Warsaw and visit the most famous attractions in Poland - the beautiful city of Krakow and former German Concentration Camp Auschwitz Birkenau. You will use fast train connection between Warsaw and Krakow so you can avoid many hours of driving by car during this day trip and also you can pay lowest possible price for this kind of tour. It's the most convenient way of visiting Auschwitz & Krakow during one day from Warsaw.

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Pass By: Warsaw, Warsaw, Mazovia Province, Central Poland

Auschwitz and Krakow Tour Itinerary:
-early morning meeting with our English speaking assistant at the entrance to Marriott Centre Hotel which is right next to Warsaw Central Station, who will give you return train tickets to Krakow and make sure get into right train
-train ride to Krakow which lasts approx 2,5 hours
-getting off the train at Krakow Main Station and waiting at the platform until our local guide will find you there with a small board with the Poland Travel sign
-transfer from the train station to the place where our local regular group tour to Auschwitz starts from
-driving for up to 1,5 hour from Krakow to Auschwitz & Birkenau Museum with English speaking driver/tour-leader and by high quality air-conditioned minivan or minibus
-skip the line entrance
-sightseeing with the group inside the camps for up to 3,5 hours with local English speaking guide
-driving back to Krakow for up to 1,5 hour.
-free time in Krakow (approx 2-3 hours) after the tour
-taking your train back to Warsaw (approx 2,5 hours ride)

Stop At: Krakow, Krakow, Lesser Poland Province, Southern Poland

Krakow - the former capital of Poland, the medieval centre of merchandising, the city where long ago, all legends seemed to be true. Undamaged by World War II, Krakow has been listed by UNESCO as one of the most characteristic historic sites in the world. During your free time you can admire all the most important places of The Old Town, that made Krakow famous, including:

- Royal Route which goes along the most beautiful streets in KraKow
- Slowacki Theatre
- Jagiellonian University – one of the oldest universities in Europe
- Main Market Square – the biggest main market in Europe
- St. Mary’s Church
- Royal Castle on Wawel Hill

Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Oswiecim, Poland

Auschwitz Concentration Camp was established by German Nazis on the outskirts of the town Oswiecim in 1940 this camp is considered by many as hell on earth. When the war was over, the camp was turned into a museum. The place, where people were killed was known under several names, such as Block no. 11, the Death Block, or the „Wall of Death”. Nearby the camp visitors can find a gas chamber, where 70000 people were slaughtered between 1940 and 1943. After the liberation of the camp, a movie was made, which is shown in various languages in the museum. As if one German concentration camp wasn’t awful enough, the Nazis decided to establish another one called Auschwitz Birkenau II the following year., where approximately 1.5 million people lived and died between 1942 and 1945.

Duration: 3 hours

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Tour to Wieliczka Salt Mine & Krakow from Warsaw

Tour to Wieliczka Salt Mine & Krakow from Warsaw - Warszawa, Poland

Duration: 16 to 17 hours
Location: Warszawa, Poland

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$201.02

Join our one day tour from Warsaw and visit the most beautiful attractions in Poland - city of Krakow and famous Wieliczka Salt Mine. You will use fast train connection between Warsaw and Krakow so you can avoid many hours of driving by car during this day trip and also you can pay lowest possible price for this kind of tour ... More info ›

Join our one day tour from Warsaw and visit the most beautiful attractions in Poland - city of Krakow and famous Wieliczka Salt Mine. You will use fast train connection between Warsaw and Krakow so you can avoid many hours of driving by car during this day trip and also you can pay lowest possible price for this kind of tour. It's the most convenient way of visiting Wieliczka & Krakow during one day from Warsaw.

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Pass By: Warsaw, Warsaw, Mazovia Province, Central Poland

Tour Itinerary:

-early morning meeting with our English speaking assistant at the entrance to Marriott Centre Hotel which is right next to Warsaw Central Station, who will give you return train tickets to Krakow and make sure get into right train
-train ride to Krakow which lasts approx 2,5 hours
-getting off the train at Krakow Main Station and waiting at the platform until our local guide will find you there with a small board with the Poland Travel sign
-transfer from the train station to the place where our local regular group tour to Wieliczka Salt Mine starts from
-driving for up to 45 minutes from Krakow to Wieliczka Salt Mine with English speaking driver/tour-leader and by high quality air-conditioned minivan or minibus
-skip the line entrance
-sightseeing with the group inside the Salt Mine for up to 2,5 hours with local English speaking guide
-driving back to Krakow for up to 45 minutes
-free time in Krakow (approx 4-5 hours) after the tour
-taking your train back to Warsaw (approx 2,5 hours ride)

Stop At: Krakow, Krakow, Lesser Poland Province, Southern Poland

Krakow - the former capital of Poland, the medieval centre of merchandising, the city where long ago, all legends seemed to be true. Undamaged by World War II, Krakow has been listed by UNESCO as one of the most characteristic historic sites in the world. During your free time you can admire all the most important places of The Old Town, that made Krakow famous, including:
- Royal Route which goes along the most beautiful streets in KraKow
- Slowacki Theatre
- Jagiellonian University
– one of the oldest universities in Europe
- Main Market Square – the biggest main market in Europe
- St. Mary’s Church
- Royal Castle on Wawel Hill


Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Wieliczka Salt Mine, Jana Mikolaja Danilowicza 10, Wieliczka 32-020 Poland

The Wieliczka salt mine is one of the oldest mines in the world. It has been working constantly since the 13th century. Since 1978 it is part of the UNESCO World Culture and National Heritage list. The tourist route open for visitors reaches 135 meters below the surface and connects three levels. Apart from the Tourist Route, the underground passages and chambers house the Krakow Salt-Works Museum, which is one of the largest mining-related museums in Europe. Visitors can admire the museum’s collection both underground at level 3 of the salt mine and in the Salt-Works Castle.

Duration: 3 hours

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Regular Guided Tour to Auschwitz-Birkenau from Warsaw

Regular Guided Tour to Auschwitz-Birkenau from Warsaw - Warszawa, Poland
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Duration: 13 hours
Location: Warszawa, Poland

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Depart from the meeting point in the center of Warsaw then embark on a full-day group tour from to the Auschwitz Birkenau Concentration Camp. Travel in a comfortable minivan, car, or bus depending on the group size ... More info ›

Depart from the meeting point in the center of Warsaw then embark on a full-day group tour from to the Auschwitz Birkenau Concentration Camp. Travel in a comfortable minivan, car, or bus depending on the group size. The journey lasts approximately 4 hours.

Arrive at Auschwitz, and begin a 3.5-hour walking tour with a local guide. Discover both Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II Birkenau Concentration camp as you learn about the history of WWII and the horrors of the Holocaust. After sightseeing, return to Warsaw in the same vehicle. The whole full-day tour will last about 13 hours.

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Stop At: Panstwowe Muzeum Auschwitz-Birkenau, ul. Wiezniow Oswiecimia 20 Entrance to the Museum is located at Stanisławy Leszczyńskiej Str. no. 11, Oswiecim 32-603 Poland

The concentration camp in Auschwitz was established by German Nazis on the outskirts of the town Oswiecim in 1940. After the war, the camp was turned into museum displaying evidence of the genocide. Block no. 11, known as the Death Block, was where people were murdered also at the “Wall of Death”. Outside the camp, there is a gas chamber, where 70,000 people were killed in 1940-1943. A film made after the liberation of the camp is shown in various language version in the museum. In 1941, 3 kilometres from Oswiecim, in the former village of Brzezinka, the German Nazis established a new camp called Auschwitz II Birkenau. In 1942-1945, approx. 1.5 million people lived and died here. Most of them (90%) were Jews, others were Poles, Gypsies, Russians and prisoners from 28 countries of Europe, people of all nationalities and political and religious persuasions. Since 1944, transports of prisoners from all over the continent entered directly through the “Gate of Death”. In 1979, Auschwitz – Birkenau Concentration Campwas listed a UNESCO World Culture and National Heritage Site

Duration: 3 hours

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Warsaw: The Royal Łazienki - Legacy of the Last King Audio Tour by VoiceMap

Warsaw: The Royal Łazienki - Legacy of the Last King Audio Tour by VoiceMap - Warszawa, Poland

Duration: 1 hour
Location: Warszawa, Poland

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$5.00

The Royal Łazienki is the legacy of the last monarch of Poland, King Stanisław August Poniatowski. It was his summer residence ... More info ›

The Royal Łazienki is the legacy of the last monarch of Poland, King Stanisław August Poniatowski. It was his summer residence. Now, Lazienki Park is Warsaw's biggest public park. A Polish King who loved art and nature bequeathed us a place that is one of the finest settings to learn the stories of old Poland.

A romantic, landscaped park with four unique gardens, it was created in the 17th century. The famous Palace on the Isle - one of the most valuable historical buildings in Poland, houses the Royal Picture Gallery.

In summer, visitors to Royal Łazienki Park experience some of the best of European high culture. There are the summer concerts played by renowned pianists near the Monument to Chopin, and many other musical events in the park each Sunday from May to September.

The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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Pass By: Chopin Monument, in Lazienki Park Warsaw centre, Warsaw 99-200 Poland

The Chopin Monument was designed by the Polish sculptor Wacław Szymanowski. In 1940 the monument was destroyed by the Nazis. It was broken into pieces and sent to foundries to be melted down. This reconstruction was unveiled in 1958.

Pass By: Old Orangery, Agrykola, Warsaw Poland

The Old Orangery was built to house exotic trees in the winter season. It is now a home to art and culture. The Royal Theatre is situated in the Old Orangery, as is the Gallery containing Stanisław August’s collection of sculptures.

Pass By: Myslewicki Palace, Lazienki Park, Warsaw Poland

Myslewicki Palace was first conceived as the King’s residence but took on an official function. Built in 1774, it owes its name to a past village called Myślewice.

Pass By: The Belvedere Palace, Ul. Belwederska 54/56, Warsaw 00-594 Poland

The historic Belvedere Palace was the residence of the Polish President from 1918 to 1995. The current Polish President, Andrzej Duda, lives in the Presidential Palace on ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście.

Pass By: Monument of Cyprian Kamil Norwid, Agrykola, Warsaw Poland

Cyprian Kamil Norwid is one of the most famous 19th century Polish authors and poets. The monument was unveiled in 2006 on the 185th anniversary of his birth, and is apparently an accurate depiction.

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Walking Audio Tour of Wilanów Palace Grounds by VoiceMap

Walking Audio Tour of Wilanów Palace Grounds by VoiceMap - Warszawa, Poland

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Location: Warszawa, Poland

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$5.00

Wilanów Palace is Poland's "Little Versailles", the home of its greatest King, Jan Sobieski III, a legendary man of many virtues, talents and interests.

Classically educated, he was a writer, a formidable warrior, a leader, statesman, gardener, and patron of the arts, science and culture ... More info ›

Wilanów Palace is Poland's "Little Versailles", the home of its greatest King, Jan Sobieski III, a legendary man of many virtues, talents and interests.

Classically educated, he was a writer, a formidable warrior, a leader, statesman, gardener, and patron of the arts, science and culture. He was a man who loved his family, God and country and sought peace to develop and uplift his people during his golden era.

We will explore the Palace complex together, learn its story and reveal secrets discovered by archaeologists and researchers only a few years ago. There is so much to know about the early history of Wilanów, its majestic landscape, its artistry and deep symbolism, and the legendary battle that shaped European history and established King Jan as a truly heroic figure.

The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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Pass By: Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanów, Stanisława Kostki Potockiego 10/16, 02-958 Warszawa, Poland

Wilanów Palace is Poland's "Little Versailles", the home of its greatest King, Jan III Sobieski, a legendary man of many virtues, talents and interests.

Pass By: Church of St. Anna Wilanow, Kolegiacka 1, Warsaw 02-946 Poland

The gorgeous Saint Anne's Church is opposite the Restaurant Wilanów. A church has stood on the same site since the 14th-century wooden church of St. Leonard. It was replaced with the brick one in 1772.

Pass By: Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanow, Stanislawa Kostki Potockiego 10/16, Warsaw 02-958 Poland

The history of the Wilanow Palace, a wonderful Baroque royal residence, began on April 23, 1677, when a village became the property of King John Sobieski III. The first museum at Wilanów was opened in 1805 by the palace's owner at the time, Stanisław Kostka Potocki.

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