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Warsaw Paths Group
Korzona 117/88
03-571 Warsaw, Poland

Email: tours@warsawpaths.com
Phone: +48 22 241 20 85
Fax: +48 22 241 20 86

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Monday – Sunday:  9am – 8pm

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  • Up the River Down the River Tour

    The one of a kind tour invites you to take a bicycle ride with us along Vistula river banks. Feel…

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  • Old Town – The Warsaw Uprising 1944

    This tour will take you for unforgatable ride through modern history of last century. We will show you around the…

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  • Most Famous Warsaw Uprising Photos – Battle for a church

    This is another picture by Sylwester Braun “Kris”, excellent in its arts. An insurgent in camouflage uniform and helmet and…

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  • Old Town & New Town – Around historical places

    Take this unusual route around the oldest parts of Warsaw to discover forgotten history of the first inhabited places, buildings…

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  • Praga – Different Religions Tour

    This tour takes you through the oldest part of the district, allowing visitor to see Praga’s most interesting monuments which…

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  • Destruction of Warsaw

    Rarely in human history, modern or ancient, there is a situation when an entire city goes through total destruction. This…

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  • Most Famous Warsaw Uprising Photos – Nurse Rose

    This adorable little 8 years old girl with a bow in her hair and red cross ribbon on her arm…

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  • The Secrets of Warsaw’s Old Town – Cellars

    Renovation works in the medieval town cellars of Warsaw’s Old Town reveal Polish treasures. Few years ago, a sack with…

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  • Most Famous Warsaw Uprising Photos – Storming the PAST building

    Two insurgents observing skyscraper of Polish Telephone Company (PAST) at Zielna street and the smoke rising from it. There was…

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  • A Church On Rollers

    54 minutes after midnight on the first day of December 1962, a baroque temple twitched. Then it started to move…

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