Experience one of Warsaw’s most vibrant neighborhoods located in the south section of downtown. Learn about the history of this area where much of the architecture survived the Second World War’s devastation. During the walk you will find out how locals contribute to make this a special part of Warsaw. See modernist and socialist architecture and pre-war buildings, beautiful parks, and hear stories from World War II and uncover many other hidden gems. Let me show you my favorite part of the city!
Main highlights: Warsaw Escarpment, 19th century residences of Warsaw elite, secret meeting spot from the 18th century, Ujazdowski Park, modernist buildings designed by prominent Polish architects, center of local activism, communist-era housing estate, old food market transformed into a food venue, local pastry tasting, and more.
Meeting point: Charles de Gaulle Monument, Nowy Świat 6/12 Street
Ending point: Hala Koszyki, Koszykowa 63 Street
Duration time: 2 hours
Price & payment method: 150 € per group (up to 5 people) including pastry tasting. Additional participants 15 € per person including pastry. You can pay by cash or credit card after the tour.