The city of Warsaw
It is our pleasure to invite you to excursions in Warsaw with Viva Varsovia. During our leisurely strolls you will be able to get familiar not only with the most recognisable and precious monuments, but also less popular, though interesting sights of the city. We offer tailored - made excursions adapted to individual needs, preferences and time of our guests while visiting Warsaw. Check out some of our offers.
The Royal Castle
The former seat of kings, princes and the Polish parliament is the most significant monument of the Old Town.
The Old Town and Krakowskie Przedmieście
Without those two disctricts there would not be Warsaw – The Old and The New Town are landmarks which you cannot omit.
Łazienki Królewskie is one of the most beautiful park and palace complexes in Europe and one of the most precious monuments in Warsaw.
The Wilanow Palace
Baroque royal residence complex is one of a few Warsaw monuments that survived the World War II.
All of you who would like to feel the spirit of the pre - war Warsaw, we invite to Old Praga – undestroyed by war turmoil right bank district of Warsaw.
The Memorial route
Although you cannot find Jewish district in Warsaw, we would like to invite you to the journey in the wake of the city's former citizens.
Let's set off to the past for many of us not so distant. In the excursion you will get to know extraordinary examples of rebuilding Warsaw such as The Palace of Culture and Science, famous MDM or The seat of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Communist Party.
The Miniature park
The miniature park is one of the latest Warsaw atrractions. In the former building of the Wilhelm Landau's bank in Senatorska street one may admire thoroughly reconstructed models of plenty yet not existing buildings in Warsaw's landscape.
The history of the city is written down in its cemeteries. We propose the walk along famous cemeteries of Warsaw, burial places of notable Poles and all generations of people defining the identity of the city.