In the footsteps of Frederic Chopin:

a section of the Royal Route,
Piłsudski Square,
Senatorska Street and part of the Old Town.

Following the trail of places associated with Poland's most famous composer, we also have a chance to take in Warsaw's best known landmarks. You will find out where Chopin's heart was laid to rest, in which church he passionately practised the organ, which window his piano was thrown out of and why, and also the place from where he was to leave Poland by stagecoach. As we visit all these places we get to know the Royal Route, the University and the cannon hidden within its walls, and the Presidential Palace. Continuing our musical theme, we pass a hotel where the most famous Polish singer of all time sang on the balcony, under which his female fans gathered to hear him. We pass the church in which Chopin received a ring from Tsar Alexander and then go to see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier,  where once was Chopin’s family apartment. Than we walk to the Royal Castle, finishing our walk by Sigmund's Column, near the place where young composer first fell in love.

At your request we can also take you to Frederic Chopin's birthplace, Żelazowa Wola.