Jewish Heritage – Warsaw Ghetto
The Warsaw Ghetto was the largest of all the Jewish ghettos in Nazi-occupied Europe during World War II. It was established in the Muranów neighborhood of the Polish capital between October and November 16, 1940, part of the territory of the General Government of German-occupied Poland, with over 400,000 Jews from the vicinity residing in an area of 3.4 km2 (1.3 sq mi).
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 the light breeze of moisture wind bringing a scent of water when riding in the beautiful sceneries. Take the unique tour to discover spots hidden in the river surroundings, bounded with its history and connected with its flow. An experience only available through Warsaw Paths.
North Downtown – The Warsaw Uprising 1944
Warsaw’s Downtown was involved in the Rising 1944 fighting from the very begining until its last days and the capitulation. It was a very heart of the city with two skyscrapers hovering it – the Prudential building and famous PAST. On the first day Polish flag waved from Prudential roof. The PKO building became HQ of the Warsaw Rising operation. The “Palladium” theater played uprising chronicles. All of those happened just few steps from front line on the Al. Jerozolimskie street.
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 places that still hold trails of events from Warsaw Uprising of 1944, tell their story and bring up what happens when moral boundaries are all forgotten.
Lazienki Royal Gardens – Squirrel Hunt
The Royal Łazienki was King Stanisław August’s summer residence. Today, Łazienki is visited by a throng of tourists from the country and the entire world, at the same time serving as a splendid promoter of arts and culture. The park is also home for large numbers of peacocks and squirrels.