Warsaw Royal Castle – guide
Warsaw Royal Castle is one of the must-see places!!!
We are the best Warsaw guides and we will be happy to show You Castle’s interiors
You should know, that Warsaw Royal Castle was completely destroyed.
It was blow up during the II World War, but it was faithfully restored thanks to the Poles and the Polish community.
Nowadays, You can move back in time to the 18th century and You can admire king’s apartments as he saw them. You can sightseeing official and private apartments of polish last King Stanisław August Poniatowski.
Firstly You need buy a ticket – the prices You can check here: Warsaw Royal Castle – tickets
Warsaw Royal Castle is closed every Monday!!!
When You choose the date of Your visit, write to us and we arrange the appointment. The best place to meet with the guide is the main castle courtyard. Guides don’t need a tickets, but they have to have entitlements after passing the exam.
All our guides are qualified
Of course, You can buy an audioguide, but there is no substitute for real guides who work with passion.
The tour of the interiors takes about 1,5 hours.
What You can see:
The Great Apartment – the official royal chambers, where the King organized audiences, meetings, balls and waiting rooms in front of the Throne Hall.
The King’s Apartment – private rooms of our last King Stanisław August Poniatowski – king’s bedroom, study room, dressing room, dining room.
The Parliament Chambers – where the first European Constitution was adopted.
The Matejko Rooms – Jan Matejko is one of the most outstanding polish painter who had an aim – to depict our great polish history. He commemorated the most important polish events. These stories that Poles should be proud of them.