Duration: 2h Program of the tour: During this tour we go back in time and show you less known places in Warsaw which are not so easy to find and where you can feel the spirit of this city and get to know interesting facts about its history. In Praga district you can see what Warsaw was like before the last war, as this district suffered much less during WWII. Here, around Targowa Street, trade and industry used to be concentrated. Our trip will begin…Continue Reading “Discover Praga District”

Lublin, situated 170 km to the southeast of Warsaw, used to be a major commercial and cultural center of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Due to the European fame of its Yeshiva, the city used to be called the Jerusalem of the West. Nowadays we can visit both the former Christian and Jewish cities, following into the footsteps of renowned Lubliners, such as the Seer of Lublin, famous tzaddiks and rabbis, Polish kings, writers, poets and composers. The Old Town, situated on a hill, is small but…Continue Reading “Lublin – a romantic city with a long history”

This small town was granted municipal rights by the Polish king Casimir III the Great in the 14th century. Today you can still find traces of its rich history: ruins of the royal castle on the top of a mountain, medieval tower situated even higher, beautifully decorated renaissance mansions, granaries, synagogue, historic churches and a monastery. Thanks to its picturesque situation and natural values, Kazimierz Dolny became the favourite spot for painting en plein air for art schools professors and students. The artists’ colony started…Continue Reading “Kazimierz Dolny – probably the most picturesque town in Poland”

Łódź – Poland’s third biggest city, called the „Polish Manchester”, is one of the most dynamically changing cities in the region. During many years considered as a typical grey industrial town, famous mostly for its prestigious cinema school, now it has much more to offer. Old factories are being transformed into shopping & culture centers while boutique hotels and cozy restaurants spring up in ulica Piotrkowska – the longest street in Poland. It’s a paradise for urban explorers, at every step you can observe contrasts…Continue Reading “Artistic and industrial Łódź”

During WWII over 300,000 Jews from the Warsaw ghetto were deported to the extermination camp in Treblinka – around 100 km from Warsaw. Although nothing remains from the original death camp, the place is certainly worth visiting. You should know, though, that it will affect you a lot. In Treblinka you can visit a small museum displaying some original objects found within the area of the former camp. Then you walk towards the place where trains used to arrive and discover a beautiful memorial made…Continue Reading “Treblinka”

The region of Podlasie has always been a place of confluence of cultures. Nowadays its population speaks mostly Polish and Byelorussian and you will find here more orthodox than Catholic churches. One can still see traces of Jewish culture.  Its beautiful nature, idyllic landscapes and delicious cuisine make it a perfect destination for tourists seeking peace and harmony. Visiting Podlasie by bike is an unforgettable experience! Either by bike or by bus, we can organize a perfect trip for you and show you the real…Continue Reading “Podlasie – discover the treasures of Eastern Poland!”

Cracow, former capital of Poland, is known for the beauty and richness of its architecture reflecting styles of different historic periods. Cracow’s market square, the largest in Europe, vibes with life day and night. During our tour you will have a chance to walk along the most beautiful streets of Cracow, stop for shopping in the famous cloth hall, climb the castle hill and then the guide will take you to the museum in the former concentration camps – Auschwitz and Birkenau. The tour takes…Continue Reading “Cracow & Auschwitz”

Cracow, former capital of Poland, is known for the beauty and richness of its architecture reflecting styles of different historic periods. Cracow’s market square, the largest in Europe, vibes with life day and night. During our tour you will have a chance to walk along the most beautiful streets of Cracow, stop for shopping in the famous cloth hall, climb the castle hill and then the guide will take you to a unique place – the salt mine in Wieliczka. A visit in this place,…Continue Reading “Cracow & Wieliczka salt mine”

We organize tours around Warsaw – private tours or in small groups – that will let you discover the Polish countryside and landscapes of the Mazovia region. During the tour (approximately 9 hours) you will visit the following places: – Żelazowa Wola – the house where Frederic Chopin was born and the beautiful park that surrounds it – Łowicz with its Market Square and the Cathedral which houses the tombs of 12 Polish archbishops – Maurzyce – open air museum with colorful houses typical for…Continue Reading “Warsaw outskirts”

Do you know that Warsaw is considered as one of the most vegan- and vegetarian-friendly cities in the world? It’s time to check it out! Discover vegetarian and vegan dishes of traditional Polish cuisine and creative ways of veganizing meat dishes! You will also taste healthy pickles, Polish superfoods and delicious desserts 😊 Price of the tour – 400 PLN per person Please contact us to get a quote for this tour: office@polishwonders.pl Or book here: