Most of the visitors to Poland miss Warsaw as it's believed there is nothing to see there and it is, in contrast to Krakow, just another "bussiness" city. The truth is, the capital city of Poland is very interesting and there is really a lot to see there. In Warsaw we will take you on the top roof of the famous Stalin's Palace of Culture, we'll visit the Old Town, completely reconstructed after WW2, the famous Euro 2012 national stadium, the Jewish Ghetto, as well as the bussiness downtown of this vibrant city.
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Book Auschwitz Tour - everyone should visit this place at least once in their life. Auschwitz Birkenau is the largest mass murder site in human history.
Book Krakow to Auschwitz tour combined with a visit to Wieliczka Salt Mine - save your time and money by visiting these two important sites in one day
The majority of attractions you can visit during the tour of Warsaw are located within central Warsaw, and are easily reached on foot or public transport. Moreover, many of Warsaw's historic sights are located along the Royal Route, which consists of the main thoroughfares leading from the Royal Castle in the Old Town to Łazienki Park and Wilanów Palace.