Top 10 Attractions

Discover the Top 10 attractions The Warsaw with Irro Charter

Top 10 attractions in The Warsaw with Irro Charter

Irro Charter would like to invite your group to Warsaw which is the sprawling capital of Poland. The city's diverse architecture - from Gothic churches and neo-classical palaces to blocks of houses from the Soviet era and modern skyscrapers - reflects its long, turbulent history. Warsaw's Old Town was rebuilt after its destruction in World War II. In its center is the market square with pastel-colored houses and many cafes. The Warsaw Mermaid statue in the center of the square is the symbol of the city. It's not hyperbole to say that Warsaw is a city that has risen from the rubble. In 1945, 85% of the city was irretrievably lost. But you could now walk the streets of the Old Town without knowing the devastation that took place during the German invasion of 1939, the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1943, and the Warsaw Uprising a year later

Irro Charter’s bus company has been thriving in the coach charter business for over 48 years. We offer the choice to several bus rental sizes and facilities from our fleet at our nearby bus depot. From Warsaw airport, our airport shuttle will take your group promptly to the chosen Warsaw hotel. Our tour bus with a driver can assist in exploring Warsaw highlights with convenience. There is also the opportunity to hire a coach with a driver for several days' trip to other cities or to surrounding countries. For any itinerary, while visiting the beautiful surrounding region of Warsaw, Irro Charter’s charter bus is the recommended transport to have. To find out more about the charter bus services available, simply send your request to Irro Charter’s Incoming Rental bus team via email please.

Irro Charter can put forward the following top 10 spots to have on your itinerary when touring Warsaw:

Sculpture of the Warsaw Mermaid on the Old Town Market square
  1. Old Town

    When you're going to the historic center of town, you 're usually looking for authentic, untouched architecture and monuments. But after the experiences of Warsaw in the 20th century, the wonder of this quarter is the thorough and faithful reconstruction carried out until 1962. After almost nine tenths of the city had been washed out, the regeneration of the Old Town was an amazing achievement that earned it the UNESCO World Heritage status of Old Town. When you pick your way down alleys and passageways, past guilds, churches and burghers, you would never have thought that it was all just a pile of rubble 70 years ago. A couple of the sights that we haven't included in the list below are Canon Squa.
  2. Royal Route

    It happens that almost all of Warsaw's historic landmarks are on a single axis, starting at Castle Square and heading south for 15 kilometers or so before arriving at Wilanów Palace. On this line are churches, parks, palaces, academic institutions and spacious townhouses. The three residences that give the path its "royal" title are the Royal Castle on the peak, the Palace of Lozienki in its beautiful park of the same name, and the Palace of Wilanów in the southern terminus. All three are completely important, resonating with the wealth and influence of the Polish-Lithuanian Renaissance Commonwealth.
  3. Łazienki Park

    Warsaw’s largest park, anchored on the Royal Path, is an excursion of choice for families and couples on the weekend. The park began as the royal baths (Lazienki translates as "baths") and was expanded in the 18th century by a grand plan during the reign of King Stanislaw II Augustus. In these 76 leafy hectares are palaces, pavilions, two orangeries, an amphitheater, a planetary, follies, promenades, water features and monuments of national standing. Perhaps the most prestigious monument is for the composer Frédéric Chopin, who was designed in 1907 in the Art Nouveau style, but was postponed by the First World War and erected in 1926.
  4. Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews

    Seven years in the making, this museum was completely opened in 2014 and records the millennia-long past of the Jews in Poland. POLIN is situated in the northern part of the former Warsaw ghetto in Muranów, and was designed by the Finnish architect Rainer Mahlamäki. In eight galleries, the main exhibition uses a mixture of authentic objects, reconstructions and interactive exhibits to illustrate how Poland became home to Europe's largest Jewish community.
  5. Royal Castle

    At the southern entrance to the Old Town, you can find the 90-metre facade of the Manerist and Baroque castle, the seat of the Polish monarchs for hundreds of years. The castle has gone through an eventful 700 years involving two demolitions, one by the Swedes in the middle of the 17th century and the other by the Germans in the Second World War. Since the last restoration in the 1980s, the castle has become a museum, where you can see the apartments of King Sigismund II Augustus of the 16th century and visit the House of Parliament, the fountain of Polish democracy and the castle of Augustus. There is also a selection of paintings from the 16th to the 18th century by masters such as Rembrandt, van Dyck, Joos van Cleve and Gainsborough.
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    Panorama of Warsaw with Old Town at night
  7. Warsaw Uprising Museum

    The Warsaw Uprising Museum, from August to October 1944, is housed in a converted former tramway power station in the Wola Among the other clever iering, you can use pre-War telephone receivers to listen to the experiences of the participants in the uprising. rsaw Palladium during the uprising.
  8. Copernicus Science Centre

    Poland’s top science museum opened in 2010 and has more than 400 interactive exhibits in six areas, each covering a different area, from the Origins of Humanity to the Light Region, exploring the essence of light. The Planet in Motion, for example, has a quake simulator to test as well as a moving model of a human skeleton on a bicycle. In the Humans and the Environment region, you will find out about urban environments, construction technology. There are also webcams displaying videos directly from the falcon’s nest at the Palace of Culture and Science, and the gorilla enclosure at the Warsaw Zoo.
  9. Palace of culture and Science

    Regardless of your views about this massive house, it is almost always present in Warsaw. At 237 meters above sea level, the Palace of Culture and Science is the highest building in the Polish capital and is on its 42 floor, containing four theatres, a multicamera cinema, two museums, a 3,000-seater Congress Hall, government departments, academic institutions and private companies.
  10. Krakowskie Przedmieście

    The most famous street in Warsaw leads south from the Castle Square at the beginning of the Royal Road. There are palaces, worthy monuments, and excellent Polish institutions, such as the Polish Academy of Science, the University of Warsaw, and the Presidential Palace. Warsaw's second-oldest monument, the Virgin of Passau, is situated across the road on the entrance to Bednarska Street. It dates back to 1683 and is a votive tender for thanks for the involvement of King Jan III Sobieski in defeating Turkey in the battle of Turkey
  11. Warsaw University Library Garden

    A few steps back from the River Vistula and from the ground floor, the library of the University of Warsaw is odd: a long, austere façade in stone and a scaffold-like blue porch are from the Pompidou Centre. However, up the external stairway is one of the biggest roof garden in Europe. Open from March to November, this 1-hectare space is a little dreamland with fountains, streams, pergolas, trees and gardens, and the library's windows and skylights give a feel with surreality. Fantastic views of the city include the Vistula, the new PGE National Stadium and the Copernicus Centre.

We hope these suggestions can make your tour plans to Warsaw exciting. Exploring Warsaw will open your eyes and senses for new and interesting experiences in a little discovered part of the world. There are so many spots regarding heritage, arts, gastronomy, cultural, learning, and outside adventures to enjoy in Warsaw.

Irro Charter offers tour bus support at every stage on the journey. Irro Charter’s Bus Company places its more than 48 years’ experience in the coach hire industry to travelers, making sure your group can make the best out of their planned trip. Bus rental welcomes your request for any coach service needed for your upcoming trip whether it is airport shuttle transfers, tour bus service for the day, or multi-day voyage by charter bus. Tour bus company’s modern buses come with many different sizes that can offer best suited size for your group’s travel needs. Irro Charter has professional drivers, and with understanding reservations team. Irro Charter is ready to take your travel plans bus request to offer best quote for your next Warsaw journey.

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