Sightseeing program for accompanying persons

The accompanying person’s registration fee includes sightseeing tours to the Royal Palace at Wilanów, Royal Castle, Żelazowa Wola or one optional excursion (to be chosen among the Royal Warsaw, Chopin’s Warsaw, Warsaw at War, Contemporary Warsaw and Jewish Warsaw, see their description above).

1. Royal Palace at Wilanów

Wilanów Palace is one of the most precious gems of Baroque Warsaw. See the home of King Jan III Sobieski, the vanquisher of the Ottoman Army at Vienna who, in 1683, stopped their march through Europe. Visit the King’s Apartments as well as the Suites of Queen Maria Kazimiera; look for the unique sundial located at the back of the palace; and enjoy the surrounding park with stylish sculptures, fountains and charming alleys.

Don’t hesitate - Polish Versailles is waiting for you!

2. Royal Castle

The Royal Castle with its characteristic shape and distinctive colour cannot be overlooked during a stroll around the Old Town. This faithful witness of vigorous Polish history is a remarkable copy of the original castle blown up during WWII. Go inside and admire the Senator’s Hall where the first European constitution was enacted, as well as the Throne Room and royal apartments. Enjoy the interiors filled with authentic period furniture and original works of art saved during Nazi occupation. At the end, enter the beautifully reconstructed garden, another symbol of Warsaw’s rebirth.

3. Żelazowa Wola

Żelazowa Wola is probably the most famous Polish village. Visitors from all over the world are attracted by its unusual museum devoted to Fryderyk Chopin, the greatest Polish composer and pianist, who was born there. Feel the magic of his music right after you cross the gates to a charming park; enter the modest outbuilding at the manor house where Chopin entered the world; and embark on a journey in time…