Sightseeing tour of Warsaw will include the Castle Square where you can see the first non-ecclesiastic statue in Warsaw King Sigismund’s Column, and the originally Gothic Castle dated to the 15th century expanded throughout the centuries; the seat of kings of Poland. Visiting to St. John’s Cathedral and walk through the Market Square. Afterwards you will pass the late-Gothic structure by John Baptist of Venice - the Barbican. The New Town Market you can see the Church and Monastery of Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament and the house where Maria Sklodowska-Curie was born. At the Krasinski Square stop by the Monument of Warsaw’s Uprising. Drive via Royal Route with its aristocratic residences, Tomb of Unknown Soldier, building of Warsaw’s Grand Opera and National Theatre House.
- Old Town - UNESCO World Heritage Site with Royal Castle, St. John's Cathedral, Market Square, Barbican, colorful burger houses
- New Town with monument of Warsaw Uprising 1944 former Jewish Ghetto area with Memorial to the Heroes of the Ghetto Uprising, Umschlag Platz and Anielewicz bunker.
- The Royal Route with superb aristocratic residences, churches and famous monuments, including the Holy Cross Church with urn containing the heart of Frederic Chopin, Presidential Palace, statue of Copernicus, Warsaw University etc.
- The Royal Baths Park with captivating ‘Palace on Water’.