Make the most of your trip to the capital city of Poland with our Warsaw sightseeing bus tour! Providing you with the flexibility to hop on and off at any of our stops, explore the city at your own pace without the worry of transportation. Depending on how much you want to explore, choose between the 24hr, 48hr, or 72hr ticket!
The tour begins at the Central Railway Station before whisking you back to the 17th century as we stop at Old Town. A bustling tourism hub and one of Warsaw’s most famous areas, immerse yourself in the history and culture of the city as you walk by the medieval buildings and cobblestone alleys. As one of the most picturesque and charming places in Warsaw, make sure to hop off and don’t forget to visit the Royal Castle!
Hop off at the Copernicus Science Centre – a science museum containing over 450 interactive exhibits and an experimental zone where guests can carry out experiments. As one of the largest science centres in Europe, this is a must-visit! Right next-door is Park Odkrywcow, also known as Discoverer’s Park. Go for a stroll as you take in the scenic views of the river.
Enjoy the panoramic views from our open-top double-decker bus as we take you on the Swietokryski Bridge, over the Vistula River. Make sure to hop off at the Multimedia Fountain Park – a fountain complex with 367 water jets. If you’re there after dark, enjoy the amazing light and music water fountain show!
The Warsaw tour also covers the other side of the city with its blue route to ensure you have the opportunity to see all of Warsaw’s attractions! Starting at the Central Railway Station, make your way to the Norblin Factory Museum for a unique interactive experience! This museum consists of 10 historical buildings and 50 original machines and devices that have been preserved over the years. Take the animated tour with actor-guides to learn about the history of the factory from the owner himself!
If you’re an art lover, hop off at the Zacheta National Gallery of Art! The gallery aims to support and present contemporary art created by Polish artists. However, this art gallery has established itself worldwide by holding temporary exhibitions of well-known foreign artists.
Ensure to hop off at the gorgeous Royal Baths Park, also known as Lazienki Park. Take a walk around Warsaw’s largest and most beautiful park as you explore its many monuments and buildings.
Choose between the 24-hour, 48-hour, and 72-hour ticket as our Warsaw bus tour takes you all over the city.