Warsaw is the easiest town to see on your own.go to Warsaw Uprising museum..one whole afternoon..morning spend walking Krakowskie przedmiescie.take a taxi fromMessage 1 of 1 , Jul 7, 2011View Source
Warsaw is the easiest town to see on your own…go to Warsaw Uprising museum….one whole afternoon….morning spend walking Krakowskie przedmiescie…take a taxi from the hotel…they will drop you off at Krakowskie przedmiescie and you will walk the boulevard seeing the presidential palace etc…you will get to the old town “stare miasto”….there you can have pierogi and Polish beer or wine or just coffee…in the afternoon the’44 Warsaw uprising..
Next day take a taxi to LAZIENKI….the summer palace of our kings…beautiful park and the palace is gorgeoussssssssss…you can have an English speaking guide through there….
Also Chopin’s museum, the newest is wonderful….maybe in the afternoon????
There your 2 days are up….next time at least One week in Warsaw!!!
With warmest regards,
Roma King www.roma-king.com
My husband and I will be traveling to Warsaw for the first time next week, en route to a wedding in Sweden. We only have three days there, however my husband just found out that he has to be in the middle east for a meeting Tues-Wed!
So, that leaves me solo in Warsaw for two days and two nights. . .
Although I've done alot of traveling, I do not speak a word of Polish and know no-one in the city.
I know it is very short notice, but can anyone recommend a good tour company who could show me around the city? I have looked online, but not sure which one I can trust to be reputable.
Also, as this trip was booked only recently, there has not been sufficient time to prepare anything regarding research on my family ties there, but if anyone knows of any genealogical sites or organizations that I could visit there, I'd greatly appreciate anything you can pass along.
Stephanie (Szwarce) Reeve