Historical Battlegrounds Tour of Wartime in Warsaw
⭐Visit the remains of the Warsaw Ghetto, where Jews were forced to live during the German occupation.
⭐See the Pawiak Prison, where thousands of Poles were imprisoned and executed by the Nazi regime.
⭐Walk through the streets of Warsaw and see the places where key events of the war and the uprising took place.
⭐See the monuments and memorials dedicated to the Polish soldiers who fought on both the Western and Eastern fronts of the war.
⭐Learn about the everyday life of civilians during the occupation, including rationing, propaganda, and the black market.
⭐Visit the site of the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 and see the remnants of the city’s destruction.
🕑 Duration: 2h
During World War II, Warsaw suffered devastating damage. The Wartime Warsaw tour offers a comprehensive history lesson on the difficult six years the city and country endured while under occupation. The tour goes beyond the German-Soviet invasion of 1939 and the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 to cover topics such as civil and military resistance, Polish soldiers fighting on both the Western and Eastern fronts of the war, and everyday life in the occupied city. The highlights of both Warsaw uprisings are also included in the tour.