You can feel the glamour of Warsaw walking along the Royal Route. This most representative boulevard of the capital presents the most significant insights into Warsaw’s history and its spirit. Straight from the pedestals or windows of their residences, Nicolaus Copernicus, Frederyk Chopin, Marie Curie-Skłodowska and other venerated Poles will tell their fascinating stories, making Warsaw’s history come alive, and will take you to their favourite cafes and beloved spots. You will visit one of the most prestigious addresses in town – the Bristol Hotel. The presidential couple who lives next door if often busy, but you can have a cup of coffee with other VIPs, who usually stay here. You will also have the chance to delight in the taste of the royal mead. Learn why the Royal Castle, despite not being original, is registered as a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site, why Warsaw’s bugle-call is not played at noon, why King Sigismund on the column is not facing in the same direction as originally, and how the mermaid became Warsaw’s guardian and protector. End your date with history and get swished off to a restaurant serving traditional local fare - pierogi dumplings at their best.
Cześć! I'm Mikołaj Drózd. Together with Karolina Łyżwa we are local guides from Warsaw who are proud of our city and love to show it off to visitors. We know everything from the best spots to eat, the historical intricacies, the poshest spots, to the dirty little secrets of this city and we want to share them with you. Our tours will show you the well-known places from a completely different angle and take you off the beaten path. We'll show you Warsaw like no one else can and make sure you have a completely unforgettable experience. We love Warsaw and we want you to fall in love with it too!
Get swished off to a restaurant serving traditional local dumplings at their best - specially made for honoured guests.
Have a cup of famous Bristol Hotel coffee with other VIPs, and have the chance to delight in the taste of the royal mead.
Take a regal walk along the Royal Route as the Polish nobility did in the 18th century. Discover the bittersweet history of the city as told by the unique UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Meet the city’s most honoured residents, from both the past and the present, and let them guide you through the intricacies of Varsovian history and contemporary life. Enjoy a truly regal welcome whilst enjoying the king’s mead and other scrumptious delicacies.
Royal Warsaw - UNESCO landmarks, Old Town and stories