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There are countless reasons to fall in love with Warsaw

Not only on foot


Travel in Warsaw is not only done through traditional forms of transportation such as buses or cars: for those who want to get a glimpse of 19th century Warsaw, horse omnibuses and cabs are available in the Old Town, while a great attraction for kids is a trip on the old railway (Kolejka Staromiejska). To see the city centre and Warsaw's right bank, whilst travelling back in time to the 1950’s, you can take a ride on the historic “T” tram line. For more quiet souls and water-lovers, the city has prepared trips on the Vistula (Wisła river), via watertram or ferry. Finally, there is the option of taking a rickshaw around the Krakowskie Przedmieście area.


Tourist Line T
On weekends and holidays of summer season you will be able to see a special, city promoting tram running along the streets of Warsaw. Its route, taking you through the city centre and to the right bank of the Vistula river, begins and ends at the Narutowicz Square. During the ride, you can get to know Warsaw through the tram windows or get off on a desired tram stop to visit numerous historical monuments and other interesting places located along the route. The hosts of these classic vehicles, being at the same time tour guides, are members of the Public Transport Enthusiasts’ Club who will be happy to tell you the history of the capital city during the weekend and holiday tours.
The trams accept public transport tickets.
More information at: www.tw.waw.pl.


Horse cabs (dorożki)


Take a ride around the streets of the Old Town in a horse-drawn cab, all year round. Once the only available means of transportation in the city, these cabs are now a tourist attraction. Cab drivers wait for passengers at Zamkowy Square, and are open to negotiation (but do expect to pay 120 - 150 PLN for a 25 minute trip (one can also pay in EUR and USD).





Old Town Railway (Kolejka Staromiejska)

During the summer, the train runs daily; during the off-season it runs only at weekends. The route starts and ends at Plac Zamkowy. During the 30-minute trip through the streets of the Stare and Nowe Miasto, the guide points out interesting buildings, monuments and other attractions. It is possible to request a guide speaking a particular foreign language; for more information, call 22 635 23 19 or 501 131 245. 
Tickets: regular - 25 PLN, discount - 22 PLN, groups (min. 10 person) - 20 PLN/person



Warsaw City-Tour

Warsaw City-Tour


Warsaw City-Tour invites you to a panoramic tour of tourist attractions of the city.
During the tour, which lasted about two hours, you can see many beautiful and interesting places of the capital: interesting districts, palaces, churches, monuments, museums, parks, historical cemeteries, and Jewish monuments.
On the bus there are audio-guides in 12 languages, you can also Hop On and Hop Off as much as you like at any of the bus stops on the route. Buses run every day, departure point is at Królewska Street by the park, vis a vis Zachęta Gallery. Tickets can be purchased on the bus.
Tickets:
1-day ticket: regular - 70 PLN, reduced - 64 PLN
2-day ticket: regular - 90 PLN, reduced - 82 PLN
1 panoramic trip: regular - 50 PLN, reduced - 44 PLN
Family tickets: 140 PLN/ 170 PLN

For detailed information about time table go to www.city-tour.com.pl, or call +48 500 033 414.

Tickets avialable on the bus.

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