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You will receive the full meeting point details and a map after you finalize your booking, in a confirmation email.
Do I have to book my Free Tour?
Yes, it's necessary to book your Free Tour in order to receive the full meeting point details via email on time. This helps ensure an enjoyable experience and good coordination between guides and tour guests. Booking is free, quick, and easy!
Can I contact my guide?
Yes, you will be able to message your guide with any questions that you might have after making a reservation, up until the start of the tour.
Can I make a booking for a larger group?
Maybe! In order to keep the group sizes manageable, each guide sets their own limit of guests per booking and departure. Choose the Free Tour you want to book, select the number of people in your group, and see if there are any departures available that suit your needs.
Are Free Tours really Free?
Yes, with Free Tours, there's no set price; instead, the guides rely on the tips of participants to sustain their livelihoods. By contributing a fair amount that reflects the value you receive from the tour, you not only support the guides but also express your appreciation for their expertise and dedication.

Free Tours Warsaw

Duration: 2.5 Hours
Next Tour: Today, 10:30

Tour Features

Best Free Tours in Warsaw

Severely damaged during World War II, the Polish capital city has since evolved into a historical and cultural hub. Its many sights and attractions revolve around Warsaw’s convoluted past and include stories of war, communism, and politics. Join one of the Free Walking Tours in Warsaw and see how it is home to several Gothic-style churches and Neoclassical buildings that give this city a classic touch. If you only have a few days in the city, don’t miss the Essential Warsaw City Tour to visit all the must-see monuments. Also, for history buffs who want to understand modern politics, we recommend booking a Free Tour of Warsaw at War and a Free Tour of the Jewish Quarter. On these tours you will learn about life in Warsaw before, during and after World War II. Finally, Warsaw Gourmet Free Tours are specially designed with lovers of good food and the best vodka in mind.

Highlights of a Free Tour in Warsaw

With Free Tours in Warsaw, you will understand why the prestigious Old Town was classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is home to some of Warsaw’s most important monuments, including the Grand Theater, St. John’s Archcathedral, the beautiful Main Market Square and the Warsaw Uprising Monument. It is also home to the Royal Castle, destroyed during World War II and rebuilt in the 1970s. As you pass by these monuments, your guide will tell you about King Sigismund III, who moved the national capital from Krakow to Warsaw, and you will learn about important Polish personalities, such as Marie Curie and Frederic Chopin. Join one of the Jewish Quarter tours, where a local guide will tell you about centuries-old traditions in the ancient ghetto while you stand in front of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews and see the remains of Pawiak Prison.

Things to Do in Warsaw

Warsaw has literally risen from the ashes left behind after its destruction during the Second World War. However, you can join Warsaw Free Walking Tours to stroll along the Royal Route. You’ll see remnants of a glorious past and enjoy the Royal Castle, Royal Lazienki and Wilanow Palace. Before leaving the Old Town, make sure to climb the 150 steps to St. Anne’s Church observation deck, which offers a panoramic view of the main square and the whole city. If you fancy getting off the beaten path, head to the east bank of the Vistula River. Here you will find the Praga district. Despite its formerly bad reputation, this area is currently flourishing with bohemian cafés and quaint shops. There are also good restaurants where to try some of the soups, cheeses and dumplings (pierogi) that make Polish cuisine so great! Praga district also has some of the best nightlife in Warsaw, and there’s an excellent music scene here too. It’s a great place to finish a busy day of sightseeing!

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