Get on board the retro Nysa and visit the top attractions of Warsaw. A local guide, who will also be your driver, will take you to places that must be seen before leaving Warsaw.
Warsaw is a city full of contrasts and surprises. On the one hand, it is a constantly developing European capital, full of modern skyscrapers and on the other hand it is a city that has reborn like a phoenix from the ashes and is still affecting many with its complicated history. The inhabitants of Warsaw do not forget about past, therefore, while moving around the capital of Poland, you can find many relics of the past or initiatives combining history with modernity. One of such initiatives is this tour, which will take you on a journey through the invincible city on board the retro Nysa 522, a car that used to be commonly used during communism in Poland.
Get on board the retro Nysa and visit the top attractions of Warsaw. A local guide, who will also be your driver, will take you to places that must be seen before leaving Warsaw. He will share his knowledge with you and tell you a little about how people leave here. You can feel free to ask for any recommendations about what else is worth visiting or experiencing while staying in the city.
During the 3-hour guided tour you will see the Palace of Culture and Science, a remnant of the communist era that towers over the city and is a subject of many controversial discussions. We will also go for a walk around the UNESCO-listed Old Town, which is the youngest Old Town in Europe. We will stop for a while at the Castle Square to see the Royal Castle and the Sigismund's Column, as well as at the Old Town Square, where you will be able to take a selfie with the Warsaw Mermaid, a symbol of the city. Warsaw is considered to be one of the greenest capitals in Europe, which is why our trip cannot omit the most beautiful 18th century park, Łazienki Królewskie Royal Park, where we will admire, among others, the Palace on the Isle. The next stop during our trip will be the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes, where you will hear the history of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. From the windows of our retro Nysa you will also see the Constitution Square, another relict of the communism, the representative Aleje Ujazdowskie, the famous palm tree, the former headquarter of the Communist Party, the Piłsudski Square with the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and many other interesting places.
At the end of our trip, you will be given a shot of traditional Polish vodka.