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Break in Warsaw - Walking Tours

Smolna Street, Warsaw 00-375, Poland
+48 691 658 632
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We had a guided tour in the Old Town of Warsaw, approx 1.5 hours. Our guide Wojtek was very... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Linda N
History of Old Warsaw in a nutshell!!!

Excellent walking tour providing key history highlights of the city. Great for big groups. Our... read more

Reviewed 2 May 2017
Dunetchka R
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We are a group of Warsaw City guides who are fascinated by our subject. We organize trips in six languages: Polish, English, Spanish, Russian, French and Italian and we aim to show places and buildings of interest to everyone and to help to understand the complicated history of our city. Choose: walking, scooter or bike tour. Don't hesitate to join us!
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Smolna Street, Warsaw 00-375, Poland
+48 691 658 632

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Reviewed 6 days ago

We had a guided tour in the Old Town of Warsaw, approx 1.5 hours. Our guide Wojtek was very knowledgeable and nice, and we had a very nice experience.

Thank Linda N
Reviewed 2 May 2017

Excellent walking tour providing key history highlights of the city. Great for big groups. Our group was of around 15 people, and the tour guide was excellent at providing key (and fun) history facts about the old city. Our guide was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic....More

1  Thank Dunetchka R
Reviewed 27 April 2017

We had a 1.5hr tour of the old town for a group of around 15 people. The information given was really clear and informative and gace a great insight into the history of the city What was most impressive about the tour was the enthusiasm...More

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Reviewed 15 April 2017

I had a walking tour of the Old Town and the Royal Route. This was an excellent introduction by a very knowledgeable guide, not just to the history of Warsaw and Poland in general, but also gave lots of useful information that no guide book,...More

2  Thank ianjebbett
Reviewed 8 March 2017 via mobile

My 3 friends and I did the free communist walking tour. As this was in early March, they only run the tours on request but we signed up for the 2pm tour and they ran it with just the 4 of us! Our guide was...More

Thank kimberlyanne09
Gosia R, Owner at Break in Warsaw - Walking Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 8 March 2017

Hello Kimberly! Thank you for a good comment! About sitting - well, it's hard if you mean the places you visited, most of them are private offices these days, e.g. the former House of the Party (they don't like tourists inside) or the former edifice...More

Reviewed 13 February 2017

We did a private walking tour as soon as we arrived in town and it was a great way to see the main sights, learn the history and information about Warsaw (as heartbreaking as much of it is), and get our bearings. Our guide was...More

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Gosia R, Owner at Break in Warsaw - Walking Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 17 February 2017

Thank a lot for a comment! Hopefully you didn't get cold! It was a pleasure to guide you here.

Reviewed 4 December 2016

We booked with Margaret through our guide from Krakow, she was the best ever, she picked us up at the airport, took us to our hotel and the next day she was picking us up to give us a very extensive tour of Warsaw. We...More

Thank ada d
Reviewed 21 November 2016

Malgorzata made a great tour for our team of 12 persons from all over the world. Unfortunately we only has one hour, but she made it very interesting, and gave us some other stories than the ones we already knew about Warsaw. Will definitely use...More

Thank Gsm6300
Reviewed 21 November 2016 via mobile

We had a very nice time with our guide Wojtek. Although it was heavily raining and we had some troubles finding each other in the begining. Wojtek was such a lovely guide with lots of knowledge about this specific part of the history of Warsaw....More

Thank gehtdich n
Reviewed 30 October 2016

We booked "Break in Warsaw" because it seemed to be the easiest to customize. We requested a specific set of sites and tourist "lessons" and were very happy. The guide knew lots not only about the specific tourist sites in Warsaw, but also had expertise...More

Thank William B
Gosia R, Owner at Break in Warsaw - Walking Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 3 November 2016

Thank you so much for a great comment. I really appreciate it. It was a pleasure for me to show you my city.

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Questions & AnswersAsk a question
i would like to know where we could meet Katharina or how can we join this tour. we are going to visit Warsaw for a week and we would like to know what day do you hold your tour, where and how. that's all.
2 August 2015|
Response from Gosia R | Property representative |
These days Kasia is on holidays (until 15th) but all of our tour guides are great:) We organize Communist Warsaw free tours every Tue, Thu, Sat and Sun at 2 pm. The meeting point is on the crossroads of Nowy Swiat and Smolna... More
Jasper G
Hi there, a friend and I are in Warsaw until Monday and would like to go on both the communist and Jewish tours, what are the times/days and meeting points? Thank you.
11 June 2015|
Response from Gosia R | Property representative |
Hi! Everything is written on out free tour page (go to Break In Warsaw web page and click on the link - Tip Trips season 2015 - and you'll find the details there). If you mean the Communist Warsaw free tours - just come to... More
Cookie P
Our plane lands at 12:30 p.m. on a Sunday, in July. We leave Warsaw the next morning but will return in 3 weeks. After flying from the US I am sure we will be extremely exhausted but is there a free or inexpensive tour of the city we can take to get a feeling of what a fantastic city it is and how it has thrived in spite of what it has gone through. There are 4 adults and a 14 year old. I fear we may be too exhausted to walk. We will be staying at the Bristol Hotel.
12 May 2015|
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Response from Gosia R | Property representative |
On Sundays we organize only Jewish Warsaw free tour, but these days it's at 10 am. Free tour means that it's a free entry activity but you can tip the tour guide in the end of a tour. This tour lasts usually 2h. We can... More