Take your time to explore each attraction on this self-guided tour of WW2 Warsaw, using the VoiceMap app and GPS on your mobile phone. Beginning just outside the magnificent Warsaw Old Town we explore with your private group or on your own, walking Warsaw's unique blend of ancient and modern streets to uncover stories that are legend, or lost to time and history. You will discover places you may otherwise overlook if walking without guidance, and you can pause the tour anytime to visit places we'll pass, capture great photography opportunities, or simply to grab a snack. You have unlimited lifetime access to the downloadable tour on the VoiceMap app, allowing you to explore Warsaw at your own pace and at your preferred time. Read more about the Warsaw At War: 1939-1945 Self-guided Audio Tour by VoiceMap at -https://voicemap.me/tour/warsaw/warsaw-at-war-1939-1945/
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Old Town, Warsaw, Mazovia Province, Central PolandThe tour is a 90-minute exploratory walk beginning just outside the famed Warsaw Old Town and ends with a face-to-face meeting with a truly legendary man, famous Polish statesman and warrior for Polish freedom, Marshall Józef Piłsudski. Start the tour in the app, put your phone away, and let your guide direct you through the streets of Warsaw. The total walking distance is approximately 3km and takes about 90 minutes, but you can pause anytime and explore further wherever you are! You might want to stop at the Vodka Museum, have lunch at one of the many fine restaurants in the city, capture photo opportunities along the way or wander the beautiful Saxon Garden. The narration is crisply mastered by a professional audio engineering staff, and the tour integrates sound effects and music to create an engaging experience that is suitable for all ages that can wear ear buds, wear headphones, or even carry a speaker if it's a small group. Duration: 1 hour 30 minutesPass By: Statue of the Little Insurgent, Warsaw, Mazovia Province, Central PolandLearn about the background of the famed Mały Powstaniec, or the "Little Insurgent", a memorial to child soldiers who fought and died during the Warsaw Uprising of 1944.Pass By: Monument to the Warsaw Uprising Fighters, Warsaw, Mazovia Province, Central PolandIf you love history, culture, tragedy, stories of brave heroes, battles and honour, this tour is one you will remember. Warsaw is a phoenix; It rose from the ashes of WW2 to become the amazing city of high culture, art and beauty it is today. The Polish fought fiercely to hold onto their heritage, and we document their struggles during WW2 against the two great European powers of the day: Nazi Germany and Communist Russia. Pass By: Grob Nieznanego Zolnierza, Warsaw, Mazovia Province, Central PolandWe'll stop here for a moment at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier to pay respect to those lost fighting for their country and to admire the stories behind this sacred place. Learn about the history of this monument, including how today it contains ashes and soil from every 20th-century battlefield where Polish soldiers lost their lives. Pass By: Josef Pilsudski Monument, Warsaw, Mazovia Province, Central PolandRegarded as a political and military hero, hear about how this man fought relentlessly to free Poland from the shackles of Russian control, ultimately defeating Lenin's red Army at the gates of Warsaw in 1920. Our tour will end here.