Warsaw – the City of two Old Towns


Most everyone favors  the Old Town of Warsaw. Much less attention is paid to the adjacent New Town, which, prior to becoming incorporated back into the City of Warsaw had its own vibrant and brilliant history.  It had its own governance, town square, a town hall, churches and astonishing palaces. There are many landmarks that tell the tale of the New Town and its relation with the Old Town until both had been reunited as part of the same City of Warsaw. Come with us on a “ride and walk” tour to see both the Old and the New Town and you won’t be disappointed.

With us you will find out:

  • which one of the two squares was bigger;
  • where was the new Town Hall;
  • who and where built the first permanent bridge over the Vistula river and hear many more interesting tidbits.

A piano concert, home-made cake and a glass of mead at the Chopin Point will give the tour the proper finishing touch.


  • The Royal Spring in the Traugutta Park
  • The Sierakowski Palace
  • The Polish Security Printing Works
  • The Sapieha Palace
  • Museum of Marie Skłodowska-Curie
  • Gnojna Góra
  • The Cobble Stone Steps
  • The Barbican and the statue of the Small Insurgent
  • The Castle Square
  • The Chopin Point


The tour is offered for min. 6, max. 18 persons.


Price includes:

  • Premium coach transport
  • Wi-Fi on board
  • Entry tickets
  • Insurance
  • English speaking guide
  • English speaking driver
  • Chopin Concert

Warsaw – The City of two Old Towns