We had a lovely private guide and translator a few years ago during our first trip to Warsaw, who was referred to us by the concierge at the Bristol Hotel. SheMessage 1 of 4 , Jul 8, 2011View Source
We had a lovely private guide and translator a few years ago during our first trip to Warsaw, who was referred to us by the concierge at the Bristol Hotel. She also does genealogical research in Poland.
I’m not sure if she is still doing tour guiding, but please feel free to contact her to inquire – if she can’t do it, maybe she can refer you to someone. Her name is Jadwiga Weralska. The last email address I have is jweralska@... .
Another suggestion is to call or email the concierge at your hotel for assistance in finding a guide.
Warsaw’s a wonderful city, and I’m sure you’ll have a great time! Good luck.
Terry A. Tegnazian
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