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Private Warsaw City Tour in a Communist Fire Van

  • 4-hour, private tour of Warsaw
  • Design your own itinerary with an experienced guide
  • See what interests you most
Private Warsaw City Tour in a Communist Fire Van
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2,5 hours, 10:30Most Popular
2,5 hours private tour with classic vintage communist minibus, start at 10:30
2,5 hours, 11:30
2,5 hours private tour with classic vintage communist minibus, start at 11:30.
2,5 hours, 19:30
2,5 hours private tour with classic vintage communist minibus, start at 19:30.
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Visit Warsaw at your own pace with a 4-hour, private tour in a Communist-era fire van. Create the perfect itinerary with an experienced guide, and visit the sites that interest you most. Go deep into Poland’s pre-war past to stroll historic streets and elegant courtyards, or learn about Warsaw’s World War II fighting, atrocities and resistance. Visit hip, artistic neighborhoods and the city’s architectural landmarks, while enjoying the freedom to stop for photos, snacks and detours whenever you like.
What to Expect
As with all good things, a good tour is the one you like and that suits you. Discover the best of Warsaw, just as you want - become the co-creator of your Warsaw day! Share your interests with our professional guide and set off for your perfect tour.

Since Warsaw is a diverse city, the choice is impressive. Warsaw is home to beautiful XVIII and XIX Century palaces, a witness to the atrocities of II World War along with the history of Jewish ghetto, an example of crazy communist architecture, and a true modern city that is blooming with creativity.
  • Convenience of being the only person/group on the tour.
  • Co-create and fulfil your tour plan with our guide.
  • Visit Warsaw’s tourist attractions of your liking.
  • Hear the fascinating stories of 20th Century Warsaw.
  • Get surprised with an in-depth commentary to the subjects of your interest.
  • Take the best photos on numerous stops.
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1 - 5 of 8 reviews

Reviewed 5 July 2018
So Educational

Mark did a fantastic 2.5 hr tour of Warsaw for our family. We saw, experienced and learned about history, culture, war, Nazis, Jewish uprising & WWII, Communism and more. Mark is a knowledgeable historian and wonderful tour guide. It was well worth every minute!

Thank Meridith B
Reviewed 17 May 2018
Three Cheers for Marcin

My wife and I were given the option of a custom tour by our guide Marcin. We said "yes and off we went in a red Zuk (a 1990 model originally used by the fire service.) Marcin's choice of sites gave us a chronological picture...More

Thank Mark C
Reviewed 22 April 2018
Well balanced tour with best guide Konrad

Shout out to Konrad, best tour guide ever! Thank you for showing us around Warszawa and telling us about it's history and present in a very interesting and comprehensive way. We really appreciate that you made the tour more personal for us and that you...More

Thank anderssonelisabet
Reviewed 3 February 2018
Excellent custom made tour.

We were four friends on a weekend visit in Warsaw - we decided what kind of tour we wanted when the trip started, wonderfully tailored on site. The former fire truck (good to not be sensitive to noise) was fun to ride around - felt...More

Thank Kim K
Reviewed 18 December 2017 via mobile
Round trip with Arthur

My wife and my fantastic friends arranged a trip with this really nice firefighter car. We had Arthur as a guide and before we started the round trip, Arthur asked what we mostly was interested in. We had him for 4 hours and I will...More

Thank Uldajenfre
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