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Warsaw Guide

Ewa Bratosiewicz, A Government Licensed Guide



There are many tourist sites around Warsaw including beautiful Polish Nobles Manor Houses, folcloric sites of Polish culture and historic places showing tragic moments of Polish history.

The below options are only examples which you can change according to your needs. Please e-mail me giving your preferences, so I could tailor a programme exclusively for you.
Prices are estimated for small private groups or individuals. For larger groups (mini-bus or regular bus required) please contact for quotation.

Żelazowa Wola (Frederic Chopin’s birthplace)
Time: 4 hours including driving time
Participants: 1-4 persons
Cost: 160 Euro per tour
Price includes: guiding service, tax, car transportation, parking fees
Additional costs: Zelazowa Wola entrance fee (5 Euro per person)

Żelazowa Wola is a village on the Utrata River in the Masovian Voivodship, about 60 km west of Warsaw. The village is the birthplace of Fryderyk Chopin - world famous pianist and composer. It is known for its picturesque Mazovian landscape, and numerous winding streams surrounded by willows and hillocks. A museum devoted to Chopin is located in the preserved annex of the former manor of the Chopin family, surrounded by a beautiful park. In summer, oper-air piano concerts of Chopin’s music are performed by pianists from all over the world (available free of charge from May till the end of September on Sundays at 12.00 and 15.00)

Radziwill Palace in Nieborów and romantic Arkadia Park
Time: 7 hours including driving time
Participants: 1-4 persons
Cost: 240 Euro per tour
Price includes: guiding service, tax, car transportation, parking fees
Additional costs: Arkadia Park entrance fee (2 Euro), Nieborów park and palace entrace fee (5 Euro)

The palace in Nieborow was built during the years 1690-1696 by one of the greatest Baroque architects, the Dutchman Tylman van Gameren. Helena and Michal Radziwill are responsible for the palace current classical appearance, the result of reconstruction work done in the late 18th cent. Elements of the palace were last reconstructed during the years 1921-1930 by Janusz Radziwill, and since then the residence has remained virtually unchanged, and preserves the original interiors of its 18th and 19th cent. rooms. The palace belonged to the Radziwill family until 1945; after WW2 a museum was opened with a lovely park with Baroque gardens surrounding the palace.

A 7 km linden tree alley leads from Nieborow to the romantic English style park of Arkadia laid out in the 18th century by Princess Helena Radziwill, the lady of Nieborow palace. The park is full of various decorative elements and rare specimens of trees and shrubs.In the words of its creator, the park was to be an "idyllic land of peace and happiness"... and so it is until today.
In summer, especially during the elaborate celebration of Corpus Christi, it is worth a while to visit the nearby town of Łowicz, with its originally Gothic collegiate church (15th cent.), remodelled later several times. Łowicz is a well known centre of folk arts and crafts, but the most spectacular event of the region is the long Corpus Christi procession - most of its participants are dressed in traditional, colourful costumes.


Ewa Bratosiewicz, A Government Licensed Guide

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