I have been a licensed Warsaw Tour Guide since 2010. My
license number is 1519.
I provide guided tours of Warsaw in Polish, Spanish and English for both groups and individuals of various age (kids, teenagers and adults). My offer is tailored to client’s wishes and covers a number of interesting and diverse trips that are focused on specific subjects. In addition to tourist organizations, my clients include companies from various industries and schools. Moreover, I offer my services as business and individual trip guide and Spanish to Polish interpreter.
I issue invoices.
I am truly dependable and professional.
I am looking forward to meeting you in Warsaw. Let’s discover Warsaw together!
I am a licensed Warsaw Tour
My guiding services are targeted at individuals, business customers and at organized groups of any age.
My offers are customized to address specific client’s expectations.
Traditional, focused and my proprietary itineraries across Warsaw are available (see Warsaw Tours), as well as guided visits to the Castle of Warsaw, Wilanow Palace, Palace on the Island in the Royal Lazienki Park and to museums, for example the National Museum or Chopin Museum.
I provide my guiding services in Polish, Spanish and English.
Guiding services combined with transport in a passenger car are also available.
My offer is primarily targeted at
business customers and foreign
visitors who are planning to come to
Warsaw either for a short or a long
stay in the course of the business
or private trip.
My assistance and advising services are provided in Polish, Spanish and English.
I design tour itineraries on a case by case basis according to
Customer’s preferences. The offer is adapted to visitor’s age and interests, as well as to
the duration of the trip. A trip may last a few hours (2 hours as a minimum) or extend over
1, 2 or 3 days with different itineraries on the agenda.
My offer includes traditional itinerary along the typical and best known places in Warsaw, but also focused and my proprietary trips.
The amounts given below are minimum fees. The final price for each service depends on the complexity of the order and the term of service.
Till February 25th we can admire The Royal Garden of Light at Wilanow
Palace. Magnificent lights, mappings on the Palace facade. The visitors
can walk through The King's Winter or Magical Garden.
Opening hours: 4 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Zimowy Narodowy ( Winter National) is still open until March 11th at the National Stadium. You can find there many different winter attractions: skating rinks, Bumper Cars, Ice Hill and much more. For all of you: children and adults.
Most of you probably don't know about The Dollhouse Museum existing in Warsaw since June 1st, 2016. Placed in a former VIP secret lounge of the Congress Hall of The Palace of Culture and Science on Emilii Plater street.. More than one hundred dollhouses from private collection are exhibited here, divided into individual categories. For children is a magnificent curiosity, for adults the return to the childhood days.
Is worth visiting the NBP ( The National Bank of Poland) Money Centre in memory of Slawomir S.Skrzypek existing since 2016. It is a modern education and exhibition centre divided into 16 thematic rooms. Visitors will learn about the history of money, the history of the banking system, how the Stock Exchange operates and also how the Vault looks like.
You just cannot get bored in Warsaw. Anyone will find
something interesting here.
Some of the worth of visiting places and attractions are described below. They are intended to encourage you to visiting my city. Just discover Warsaw!
Initially a ducal stronghold which developed into a town founded by the Masovian Dukes at the turn of the 13th and the 14th centuries. The Old Town, destroyed in more than 90% during WWII, was rebuilt in the 1950’s and entered to the UNESCO List of World Heritage in September 1980. A visit to the Old Town will reveal the spirit of the past: narrow streets and the market square in a medieval city layout, tenement houses of the 17th and the 18th century. The statue of the mermaid – the icon of Warsaw – sits there in a magical scenery of legends and fairy tales.
This historic neighbourhood of Warsaw, located just north of the Old Town, was founded in the late 14th century and survived as an independent town until the end of the 18th century. Maria Skłodowska-Curie, our double Nobel Prize winner, was born there at 16 Freta Street.
Was initially the
residence of the Dukes of Masovia. On the death of the
last Masovian Duke Janusz and incorporation of Masovia
to the Polish Crown, the castle has been reconstructed
on several occasions and served as the seat of the
Parliament of the Commonwealth of Poland and Lithuania
and as Royal residence. Following the restoration of
Poland’s independence in 1918, the castle was the seat
of the head of the state. Completely destroyed in 1944,
the castle was rebuilt in the 1970’s and the early
1980’s. It is formally called the Royal Castle in Warsaw
– Museum Residence of the Kings and the Republic.
Paintings by Bernardo Bellotto called Canaletto,
Marcello Bacciarelli, Rembrandt and other artists are on
display in the castle.
Commonly called Warsaw
Cathedral - a Gothic church located on the site of a
wooden chapel, saw a number of reconstructions in its
history. Kings Stanislaw Leszczynski and Stanislaw
August Poniatowski were crowned and the Constitution of
3 May 1791 was sworn there. Notable Poles, including the
Primate of Poland Stefan Wyszynski, were buried here and
the Masovian dukes, King Stanislaw August Poniatowski,
Gabriel Narutowicz, Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Henryk
Sienkiewicz were buried in the crypts.
The “salon” of Warsaw in the 19th century. It is the first section of the 11 km-long Royal Route to Wilanow. The magnates built their residences, literary and fashion salons and coffee houses were established there. Young Frederic Chopin lived and learned in this area and frequently performed in the local aristocratic salons. No wonder then, than you will find there several benches playing the music of Chopin and dedicated to our great composer. His heart was deposited in the Holy Cross Church at the street. Walking along Krakowskie Przedmiescie (the Krakow Suburb) you will see the Presidential Palace, Warsaw University campus, the statues of Primate Stefan Wyszynski, Adam Mickiewicz, Nicolas Copernicus and many other sites of interest.
An important, if not the most important, square in Warsaw. The imposing Saxon Palace, built there in the early 18th century, housed the Warsaw High School a century later. Nicolas Chopin (the father of Frederic) taught French there. Today, the vestiges of an arcade sheltering since 1925 the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (commemorating Polish soldiers killed at various battlefields) is the only remnant of the Palace. The most important national ceremonies are held on the Pilsudski Square.
Is located at the back of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, along the so-called Saxon Axis, an architectural concept by the King August II the Strong, comprising also the Saxon Palace and its cour d’honneur (now Marshall Jozef Pilsudski Square). This first public park in Warsaw (opened in the 1720’s) is still counted among the most beautiful in the city. A wonderful 19th century fountain, one of the four built in the mid-19th century during the construction of the first water supply network in Warsaw, is located in the Garden.
The largest park in
Warsaw (76 hectares) located in downtown city. Great
Crown Marshall Stanislaw Herakliusz Lubomirski had built
his Bath there in the 17th century. A century later
Stanislaw August Poniatowski, the last king of Poland,
arranged it as his summer residence. The famous Thursday
Dinners were held there. The Palace on the Island, the
Old Orangery, Myslewicki Palace – are just some of the
structures erected by the king in the present Royal
Lazienki. Beautiful restored interiors house Stanislaw
August’s art collections. Squirrels, peacocks, huge carp
fish or (if you are lucky) a roe-deer hiding among the
bushes and trees can be spotted in the park.
Or the Museum of King
John III's Palace in Wilanow. This royal residence was
built in the second half of the 17th century in the
Baroque style (the main building) and in the entre court
et jardin layout. Subsequent owners (including
Czartoryski, Lubomirski, Potocki families) expanded the
residence. In 1805, Stanislaw Kostka Potocki established
the first public art museum in Poland here. A wonderful
park where the Royal Garden of Light is held every
winter, surrounds the Palace.
Is still the tallest
building not only in Warsaw but in whole Poland (237 m
including the spire and aerial support). It was built
from 1952 to 1955. An example of the socialist realism
architecture. An observation deck on the 30th floor
offers a wonderful view of the skyline of Warsaw. The
Palace hides its secrets and is the subject of several
Powazki Military Cemetery