Warsaw outskirts guided tour
Żelazowa Wola - the birthplace of Frederic Chopin. The Manor house, museum and park.
It is the place where great Polish composer Fryderyk Chopin was born. Today, Chopin’s birthplace is turned into a museum.
Żyrardów - a town founded by Philippe de Girard as a textile factory. At the end of the nineteenth century it was one of the most important textile factories in Europe. Today the industrial settlement of Zyrardow is the only one left in Europe as a whole nineteenth-century industrial town made of red bricks..
Niepokolanów - the monastery devoted to St. Maksymilian Kolbe, who sacrificed his own life to rescue another prisoner's life in Auschwitz
The Nieborów Palace - the aristocratic baroque residence of the Radziwiłł family.
- departure from Warsaw about 8 am
- optional lunch in a local restaurant located in a former factory
- optional shopping in the old-fashioned linen craft shop