On this hop-on hop-off bus tour of Warsaw, you have the freedom to plan your own sightseeing itinerary. Warsaw is one of the cultural hubs of Europe, also known as the Phoenix city. Indeed, like the phoenix, Warsaw has been reborn and rebuilt from the ashes on numerous occasions – especially after WWII during which 85% of the city’s buildings were destroyed.
Travel in comfort and see all of the popular landmarks and attractions aboard the hop-on, hop-off bus. Your ticket is valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours, allowing you to hop on and off as many times as you like. Sightseeing really does not get any easier than this! Audio commentary in multiple languages is available on board.
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About the Supplier: City Sightseeing is one of the leading tour operators offering hop-on, hop-off services across 100 locations worldwide. They have been providing quality services since 1998.
Voucher information: You can show your voucher on your smartphone (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Validity: 12 months from the date chosen at the time of booking
Wheelchair accessibility: Yes
Warsaw is a functioning city and weather, traffic and events may occasionally cause disruption.
Timings and stops are subject to change.
Stop 1 will be moved to waterloo Place (south side- opposite the Apex Waterloo Hotel).
During the month of March, they will continue to serve St. Andrew Square as Stop 2, with staff on hand to assist so there will be no issue for anyone arriving with a prepaid voucher.
We enjoyed this tour. It was very relaxing, Good break for all of us.
Only one bus for both blue and red line. Bus is too hot. The pre recorded guided tour was on in the beginning but later on was no longer being played
The headphones were helpful - but there were big gaps between the comments which could have been used to add in so much information. Commentary superficial
The voice over on the English commentary was so boring! Very much like the chap you want to get away from at a party - with so many struggling actors about who would have made the dialogue so much more inspiring to listen to they picked the most boring voice imaginable.
We were on the last circuit of the day and I was with my active (but 87 year old) Mum. The last stop was supposed to be close to the Intercontinental where we stayed - but at the second last stop the bus driver sudden indicated that the tour ended there (contrary to the promotional material) and Mum had to walk about a mile to the hotel. I think that he just wanted to get home - but the long walk was difficult for us and we had to take our time in the rain
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