Immerse yourself in a crazy journey back in time in a genuine classic Nysa 522!
You will see the unknown nooks and corners of the pre-war Warsaw, relicts from the times of the People’s Republic of Poland (PRL) and the local atmosphere of the Praga district.
Would you like to find out what gift we got from “Uncle” Stalin? How Warsaw was rebuilt after the war? How the reality was created by the propaganda? What was the reason for the “Solidarity” revolution and what happened next? Hop on into our Nysa van and you will learn it all!
A unique vehicle, an attractive itinerary and an absorbing commentary of our guide are a recipe for an unforgettable, fun and out-of-ordinary tour of Warsaw. It is a memorable experience for all visitors.
The tour will visit the Old Town area to show you the Royal Castle, Old Market Square and Barbican. Following the Royal Route you will see the Presidential Palace, University of Warsaw, Holy Cross Church with Chopin's heart and Copernicus Statue.
For a very long time, from 19th century until the beginning of World War II, Warsaw used to be considered as a capital of Jewish culture in Europe. We offer you special version of city tour dedicated to sites related to Jewish history in Warsaw. During our tour you will see old Jewish district, Nozyk synagogue and Kirkut – old Jewish cemetery
On 1 August 1944 the underground Home Army launched an uprising in Warsaw against the occupying Germans. The uprising lasted over two months and led to complete destruction of the city as well as the loss of tens of thousands of lives. As you can imagine there are lots of places in the city today strongly related to those events from terrible war times