Warsaw - The Capital of Poland
Tour no. 15
Warsaw is located in the centre of the country and has been the national capital since 1586. After being completely destroyed by the Nazis during World War II, the city was meticulously rebuilt according to old documents and drawings and it is a bustling European centre of culture, commerce, industry and politics. Our tour includes the most interesting sights of Warsaw; the Old Town with the Old Town Market Square, St. John's Cathedral, the Barbican, the Royal Castle and the Castle Square and the Royal Route, which leads from the Royal Castle along famous streets of Warsaw to Lazienki - the summer residence of the last Polish King, Stanislaw August Poniatowski.
Departure: 8.00 a.m. by train from Main Railway Station (Dworzec Glowny)
The tickets for the morning train will be delivered to your hotel.
Return: 7.35 p.m. (departure from Warsaw at 5.00 p.m. by train from Central Railway Station - Dworzec Centralny)
Price: EUR 113.00, USD 137.00
Everyday except Mondays and Sundays from March 16 to November 30, 2007
Minimum 2 persons
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