• Warsaw
    Warsaw

    We invite you to visit the Polish capital, a city with a unique atmosphere, the extraordinary story worth exploring. Warsaw has suffered, especially during World War II, when it was almost completely destroyed, but today captivates with its beauty.

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  • Cracow
    Cracow

    Cracow is one of the oldest and the most beautiful cities in Central Europe. It is considered to be historical and cultural capital of Poland. It has a special climate and charm created by centuries of history and cultural wealth. You can experience this by visiting the city. So why not to come here for a weekend or even a longer break?

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  • Torun
    Torun

    Torun, often called "Cracow of North", a city with a unique atmosphere, beautiful sights, great cultural and academic significance. Nicholas Copernicus birth place. The city, which miraculously survived in an almost intact all historical wars and turmoil.

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  • Zamosc
    Zamosc

    A city established by the Zamoysky family in 1624, called “Padwa of the North”. It has numerous historical places to visit - enlisted at the National Culture Heritage UNESCO. The city is also strongly associated with the history of Polish Jews. There are two Jewish cemeteries in Zamosc. Zamosc synagogue is one of the greatest monuments of Jewish culture in Poland.

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Boze Narodzenie

We would like to invite you to discover the well-known parts of Poland famous for its rich history with castles, folk music, handcraft and Vodka. Our country also means beautiful countryside, lakes, the Baltic Sea with the bright sandy beaches, the peace and charm of the Tatra mountains, national parks, health resorts. In addition, you will be able to enjoy traditional Polish cuisine and experience the hospitality of Poles. Our intention is to focus on main attractions worth visiting in Poland.Come along - we look forward to seeing you. No matter if you choose round trips, day trips or city breaks, our aim is to show you the real Poland with its nature and beauty. I am sure you won’t regret and you will wish to come back again.

Warsaw sightseeing

Wheelchair accessible toilets - Warsaw

Unfortunately, the wheelchair user public toilets are quite poor and you will find it difficult to find them in Warsaw. We were trying to do a survey of the facilities, but the results aren’t very satisfactory. Easy access toilets are available at the MacDonald, the KFC restaurants and all hotels. Most shopping Centers will also have them too. As for the other places, the situation varies.

To catch up with the EU accessibility standard the Warsaw authorities promised to improve the situation by increasing their numbers gradually. However, the worst situation is in the Old Town. This is due to the old architecture and the fact that these facilities belong to the National and Culture Heritage and any alteration is not permitted.

Following Institutions and public places have accessible toilets: Full access toilets

  • The Royal Castle - 4 Zamkowy sq.
  • Restaurant „ PRZY TRAKCIE” - 2 Królewska St.
  • Restaurant NOWA LA BOHEMA - 1 Plac Teatralny St.
  • Restaurant DELICJA POLSKA - 54 Koszykowa St.
  • Royal Łazienki Park - 1 Agrykoli St
  • Warsaw Rising Museum - 79 Grzybowska St
  • Museum Palace in Wilanów - 10/16 Kostki Potockiego St
  • Jewish Historical Institute Museum - 3/5 Tłomackie St.
  • Zachęta - Gallery of Art - 3 Małachowskiego Sq.
  • Palace of Culture & Science - 1 Defilad Sq.
  • National Philharmonic - 5 Jasna St.
  • Grand theatre National Opera - 1 Teatralny sq.
  • Central Station - 54 Jerozolimskie Ave.
  • Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport - 1 Żwirki i Wigury St.



Shopping malls:

  • Arkadia - 82 Jana Pawła II Ave.
  • Blue City - 179 Jerozolimskie Ave.
  • Galeria Mokotów - 12 Wołowska St.
  • Klif - 58/72 Okopowa St.
  • Panorama - 31 Witosa Ave.
  • Sadyba Best Mall - 31 Powsińska
  • Targówek - 15 Głębocka St
  • Wola Park - 124 Górczewska St
  • Złote Tarasy - 59 Złota St.

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Transport

Transport can be arranged for all your needs during your stay in Poland. For individual travellers we use an 8/16  seat accessible van with capacity for 3 - 4 wheelchairs. The  van seats are removable. The Vans  are equipped with an e...

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Equipment

Are you a slow walker? You are not capable of walking long distance because it makes you feel tried? Don't worry Accessible Poland Tours will take care of everything to make your holidays enjoyable. We will arrange a rental of manual whe...

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Tickets

Accessible Poland Tours offers booking of tickets for theatre performances, concerts and other cultural events. This service is mainly available for groups. Individuals who have already purchased one of our offers are entitle to book tickets...

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Churches and historical sights in Warsaw

Churches and historical objects are attractions, without which many tourists don’t imagine city sightseeing. So these cannot fail in our offer under any circumstances. Warsaw has many such interesting objects. We present here a brief information about their accessibility. We hope that it will help you make a decision to visit many interesting places.

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Honored

Małgorzata Tokarska

We have the pleasure to inform that Margaret Tokarska, owner of Accessible Poland Tours has been acknowledged to be Barrier Free Man in the 2009 edition of the competition organized by The Friends of Integration Association.