Touring

 

 

Touring Warsaw

PRIVATE GUIDE

Perfect way to tour Warsaw is to hire Monika and let her guide you. She is a private tour of our B&B and she organizes tours in her own original style, very appreciated by our guests. You can find prove of that on TripAdvisor, her blog and in the guest books in our rooms.
Monika organizes tours adjusted to your interests, what makes them more engaging. She is a student of art in Warsaw and she is fond of old art as well as contemporary arts for example Warsaw modernism.
Also you can choose one of the theme tours:
– Difficult 20th century
– Communist Warsaw
– Jewish Culture
– Locals’ Favorite
Tours are in very reasonable prices.
Website of Monika: warsawteller.wordpress.com
Monika is often present in the Bed&Breakfast in the morning time. Take the opportunity and ask her what is worthwhile in Warsaw.
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What you should see and what You could do while staying in Warsaw:

 

Warsaw gives the possibility to enjoy leisure. The capital of city doesn’t isolate you from nature. It offers a large areas of greenery. A good example is Lazienki Park located in the centre of the city, where you can feed tame squirrels, during a short break. Warsaw embraces a growing net of bicycle lanes, but a real paradise for cyclists opens up outside the city. Warsaw’s suburbs have hundreds of kilometers of attractive bike trails leading through Kampinos Primeval Forest along the scenic bank of Vistula or Powsin known for its beautiful botanical garden.

Bike is ideal way to see Warsaw, why not see Warsaw from the different perspective.

So, come and join us.

  1. One of the sights you can see: Palace of Culture, Lazienki, Warsaw University Library, St. Ann’s Church, The King Zygmunt III Column, Royal Castle, Swientojanska Street, St. John’s Cathedral, Old Town Squere, The Barbican, New Town Squere, The Warsaw Uprising Monument, The Krasinski Palace, Monument to the Getto Heroes, Bank Square, Sakson Garden, The Tomb of the Unknown Solders, Zacheta Gallerie.
  2. Vistula bike path – the longest bike paths (37 km). The route starts in Kampinos Forest and then goes through Wislostrada near Lasek Bielanski. Passes The Central Park of Culture and then goes to the Lazienki Park. Near Agrykola-Belwederska-Sobieskiego-Al. Wilanowska-Powsin
  3. From the Grot-Rowecki bridge to Lazienkowski Bridge (8,5 km). The trail leads through Vistula River. (with the trail of Warsaw Battles).
 

MUSEUMS

Muzeum Narodowe (National Museum)

Al. Jerozolimskie 3, tel. 621 10 31

http://www.mnw.art.pl/

Muzeum Fryderyka Chopina (F.Chopin Museum)

ul. Okólnik 1, tel. 826 59 35

http://chopin.museum/pl

Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego (Warsaw Uprising Museum)

ul. Przyokopowa 28, tel. 625-95-06

http://www.1944.pl/

Muzeum Neonu (Neon Museum)

ul. Mińska 25, tel. 516 608 881

http://www.neonmuzeum.org/

Muzeum Pałacu Króla Jana III w Wilanowie (Wilanów Palace)

ul. St. Kostki Potockiego 10/16

tel. 801 011 779, 22 842 07 95

www.wilanow-palac.art.pl

Muzeum Warszawy (Museum of Warsaw)

Rynek Starego Miasta 28/42

tel. 22 635 16 25

www.muzeumwarszawy.pl

Centrum Nauki Kopernik (Copernicus Science Centre)

ul. Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 20

tel. 22 596 41 00

www.kopernik.org.pl

Muzeum Wojska Polskiego (Museum of Polish Army)

Al. Jerozolimskie 3

tel. 22 629 52 71

www.muzeumwp.pl

Muzeum Historii Żydów Polskich (Museum of the History of Polish Jews)

ul. Anielewicza 6

tel. 22 471 03 00

www.jewishmuseum.org.pl

Państwowe Muzeum Etnograficzne (Ethnographic Museum)

ul. Kredytowa 1

tel. 22 827 76 41

www.ethnomuseum.pl

CASTLES & PALACES

Zamek Królewski (Royal Castle)

Plac Zamkowy 4

Zamek Ostrogskich (Ostrogskich Castle)

ulica Tamka 41

Zamek Ujazdowski (Ujazdowski Castle)

ulica Jazdów 2

Pałac Prezydencki / Namiestnikowski (Presidential Palace)

ulica Krakowskie Przedmieście 48/50

Belweder

ulica Belwederska 54/56

Pałac na Wyspie (Royal Łazienki Park)

ulica Agrykoli 1

Pałac w Wilanowie (Wilanów Palace)

ulica Stanisława Kostki Potockiego 10/16

Pałac Staszica (Staszica Palace)

ulica Nowy Świat 72

Pałac Branickich (Branickich Palace)

ulica Miodowa 6

Pałac Zamoyskich (Zamoyskich Palace)

ulica Nowy Świat 67/69

Pałac Kultury i Nauki (Palace of Culture and Science)

Pl. Defilad 1, tel. 656 60 00

www.pkin.pl

 

ART GALLERIES

Zachęta Narodowa Galeria Sztuki (The Zachęta Gallery of Art)

pl. Małachowskiego 3

tel. 22 556 96 00

www.zacheta.art.pl

Centrum Sztuki Współczesnej Zamek Ujazdowski (Centre of Contemporary Art)

ul. Jazdów 2

tel. 22 628 12 71

csw.art.pl

Galeria Foksal (Foksal Gallery)

ul. Foksal 1/4

tel. 22 827 62 43

www.galeriafoksal.pl

Fotoplastikon

Al. Jerozolimskie 51 tel. 22 629 60 78

www.fotoplastikonwarszawski.pl

THEATRES

Teatr Wielki – Opera Narodowa (The National Opera)

pl. Teatralny 1

tel. 22 826 50 19, 22 692 02 08

Teatr Współczesny

ul. Mokotowska 13

tel. 22 825 59 79

www.wspolczesny.pl

Teatr Żydowski im. Estery Rachel i Idy Kamińskich (Jewish Theatre)

pl. Grzybowski 12/16

tel. 22 850 56 56

www.teatr-zydowski.art.pl

Warszawska Opera Kameralna (Warsaw Chamber Opera)

al. Solidarności 76 b

tel. 22 831 22 40

 

CINEMAS

Multikino Złote Tarasy

ul. Złota 59

tel. 22 201 16 10

Cinema City Arkadia

ul. Jana Pawła II 82

tel. 22 321 21 21

Femina

al. Solidarności 115

tel. 22 654 45 45

Atlantic

ul. Chmielna 33

tel. 22 827 08 94

Kultura

ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 21/23

tel. 22 826 33 35

Kinoteka

pl. Defilad 1, (Pałac Kultury i Nauki)

tel. 22 551 70 70

SHOPPING CENTRES

Arkadia

al. Jana Pawła II 82

tel. 22 323 67 67

www.arkadia.com.pl

Złote Tarasy

ul. Złota 59

tel. 22 222 22 00

www.zlotetarasy.pl

Galeria Mokotów

ul. Wołoska 12

tel. 22 541 41 41

www.galeriamokotow.p

Atrium Reduta

Al. Jerozolimskie 148

tel. 22 823 94 00

Dom Mody Klif

ul. Okopowa 58/72

tel. 22 531 45 00

 

CLUBS

Enklawa

ul. Mazowiecka 12

tel. 22 827 31 51

Fabryka Trzciny

ul. Otwocka 14

tel. 22 619 05 13

Hard Rock Cafe

ul. Złota 59 (Złote Tarasy)

tel. 22 222 07 00

Palladium

ul. Złota 9

tel. 22 822 87 02

Tygmont

ul. Mazowiecka 6/8

tel. 22 828 34 09