Warsaw, an unconquered city, in the past the premises of dukes and kings, today the capital of Poland. The city, which was taken from the face of the earth during World War II and was reborn from the ruins like a phoenix from the ashes. A city full of contrasts, vibrant, international, open and friendly – a place that surprises with diversity at every turn.
Get to know it from the seat of the historic Fiat 125p – legend of Polish motorization. During the trip, we will visit the Old Town, which is on the UNESCO list of World Heritage, industrial and still untamed Praga, where time stays still, we will look into the Jewish quarter and see the remains of the ghetto. There, we will learn about the tragic history of Warsaw Jews. During the trip, there will be plenty of places connected with the Warsaw Uprising, the largest armed uprising of civilians during World War II. At the end, we'll see how the Polish capital was rebuilt just after the war, under Stalin's shoe. There will be plenty of contemporary accents as Warsaw is a modern European big city.