Duration: 4 hours
Price: 250 USD (for up to 4 people)
On the 205th anniversary of Frederic Chopin’s birth, also the year when international piano competition is organized (as every 5 years), it is a must to visit the places where he lived and spent half of his life. His birthplace is exceptionally charming; in the village of Zelazowa Wola situated 55 km outside Warsaw, a lovely manor house later turned into a museum was his first home. After strolling in a small lovely park we will drive to Brochow to visit the unique (being stronghold and shrine at the same time) church where Frederic was baptized and his parents were married. Return to Warsaw along country road to see typical Polish villages with old wooden houses and stork nests.
On Sundays (May to September) there is the opportunity to listen to open air piano recitals performed by some of Poland’s best pianists. If your visit comes on another day you can book the evening piano recital in one of the palaces in Warsaw (additional price 130 zlotys).
It is recommended to combine both tours: city tour of Warsaw in the morning, and in the afternoon Chopin’s country tour.