Warsaw Tour Packages
The capital and largest city of Poland, Warsaw is situated on the Vistula River. Rebuilt after the Second World War, Warsaw is continually growing with a flourishing art scene and a mix of old and modern architecture. Our Warsaw holiday packages, filled with a variety of exciting itineraries, will also tell you why this beautiful capital acquired the title of ‘phoenix city’. After a spate of foreign rulers, Warsaw finally gained its independence in 1918. However, with the entry of German Nazis in 1939 during WWII, followed by the deportation and massacre of Jews in concentration camps resulted in the total demolishment of the entire city. Warsaw was then rebuilt to recover its lost glory and today, it stands tall as a cultural, economic and prominent tourist hub in Europe, even after surviving so many wars.
Take a Warsaw holiday with HolidayMe and revel in the capital’s many delights like the Royal Castle, King Zygmunt’s Column and the Barbican, an artefact of the walls that once surrounded the city. The modern Warsaw is a city with a thriving music and club scene, brimming with several street fests, music festivals, engaging art exhibitions, museums, picturesque parks, beaches and much more.
With winters often being chilly and challenging, it is best to take a Warsaw tour in the summer, from June to August, when the temperatures are less likely to fall below 190C.
HolidayMe offer several Warsaw holiday packages that will make your Warsaw holiday an unforgettable journey. Choose our A Merry Journey: Warsaw– holiday package. With this Warsaw tour you will see the famous landmarks, cultural centres and busy market squares.
The Poland capital has one of the newest metros in Europe and over 30 tram lines running parallel with the buses. Hence, Warsaw’s public transport is quick and efficient and most of its services run till 10 PM or midnight. Many tourists also prefer to go on foot and take guided walking tours that cover almost all the city’s famous tourist spots.
Spend your holiday in this magnificent city visiting the popular Warsaw Centre for Contemporary Art housed inside the ancient Ujast Castle or explore the Palace of Culture and Science – Poland’s highest building, and catch breathtaking sights of Warsaw city. The Frederic Chopin Museum gives you free history lessons and interactive exhibitions while the Filharmonica Narodowa holds exceptional western classical music shows. You should also be a part of the prestigious Warszawski Festiwal Filmowy (Warsaw Film Festival), one of Europe’s most prestigious film festivals while on a Warsaw holiday. And don’t’ forget to take a Warsaw tour by the ‘Cucumber’, a minibus specially designated for tourists, and enjoy the many delights of this wonderful holiday destination.
Warsaw is a heaven for shoppers, with its perfect blend of shopping malls and traditional old markets. Make a stopover at Arkadia, Poland’s biggest shopping mall that boasts of having as many as 300 stores, 30 cafés, a 15 screen cinema multiplex and a fitness club. Kazimierz Sunday Flea Market is an age old flea market that is a hit with locals and tourists alike. It is a popular hub for buying valuable antiques, vintage accessories, used, second hand clothes and shoes. Galeria Mokotów and Złote Tarasy are also a must-visits for shopaholics.