Discover Warsaw’s picturesque side on a 2-hour walking tour around one of its most historic and best-preserved areas, situated right next to the grey Socialist-Realist city center.
Royal Warsaw was saved from the destructions of World War II, and gives an insight into the life of the city in the 18th and 19th centuries. You will stroll along attractive Ujazdów Avenue, and visit some of the city’s hidden gems – its beautiful parks.
Go to Łazienki Park, also known as the Royal Baths, a royal residence dating back to the 18th century, with impressive white antique-looking buildings and rich wildlife. Catch sight of red squirrels and take a walk with a peacock. Shake hands with a king, pick an orange in the snow, and discover cannons hidden among flowers!
Łazienki – an unusual place: a green heart of the city beating among busy streets. The last Polish king has turned his baths into one of the finest residences in Warsaw.
Here you can meet a French king, pick juicy oranges off the tree in the middle of winter or visit ancient ruins. This royal residence continues to surprise visitors with its grandeur.
Everyone who has seen this wonderful park and had a chance to walk among majestic peacocks wants to get back here.
The tour lasts around 2h.
Museum objects in the park, e.g. The Palace on an Isle, are open at different times. If you are interested in visiting them, please contact us.
The trip can be easily combined with the Royal Route tour.