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Private Guide in Gdansk - Andrew Falkowski

(Member Since 2007) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Gdansk Languages: English, French, German, Russian

First of all I have to say that travelling has always been my passion, so I thought why wont I make it my profession. Thats why I enjoy working as a professional private guide in Poland for so many years. I assure you that it will be my pleasure to show you all the beauty of my motherland. By means of my private tours in Gdansk you will be able to learn a lot of interesting information regarding the history and culture of this wonderful city and Poland as a whole.

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Private Guide in Gdansk - Barbara de Thun

(Member Since 2010) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Gdansk Languages: English, German, French

Hello, dear friends! I work as a private guide in Poland for many years and it will be my pleasure to be the one to show you all the beauties and charm of my motherland. Travelling has always been my passion and since my early years I was trying to visit as many countries as possible. Without any doubt I am a fan of any kind of travelling irrespective of the destination.

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Private Guide in Gdansk - Edyta Pelc

(Member Since 2012) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Gdansk Languages: English, Polish

My name is Edyta Pelc and I would be glad to be the one to show you all the beauties of Poland, my motherland. It is worth noting that I have an official license which covers such Polish cities as Gdansk, Gdynia, Sopot and others. I provide tailor-made private tours in Gdansk and all the above mentioned cities. I work with any kind of tourists: families, small groups of friends, businessmen, or sole travelers.

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Poland

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Capital: Warsaw
Language: Polish
Currency: Zloty (PLN)
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COMMENTS ABOUT Poland:

 

Poland is a country in central Europe that shares borders with six countries, including Germany to the west and Ukraine to the east, as well as a shoreline along the Baltic Sea. The climate here is rather temperate, with warm summers and cold winters that dictate seasonal tourism. Poland has a great deal to attract visitors, both in natural areas of scenic beauty and outdoor sports and in a very rich cultural and historical diversity.

Visitors travel to Poland for a variety of reasons, one of which includes a sort of pilgrimage that is made by Holocaust survivors and others who visit places like the concentration camps of Auschwitz and Treblinka, and the Jewish Ghetto of Krakow and its historic town center, all of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Visitors to Krakow also tour places like the Wieliczk Salt Mines, and the Piescola Skala Castle. 

There are several beautiful national parks in Poland where visitors enjoy hiking, climbing, and other outdoor adventures in the Bieszczady Mountains, the Pieniny National Park and Tatra National Park. The Masurian Lake District and the Baltic Sea Coast areas attract many tourists who enjoy beaches and water sports. Sailing, kayaking and swimming are enjoyed in Sniardwy Lake in this area surrounded by forests and infiltrated with rivers and lakes that are also great for fly fishing. A UNESCO Biosphere Reserve is located in the Masurian Landscape Park at Luknajno Lake. Wolin is an island in the Baltic Sea that is a popular tourist destination in northwestern Poland, especially for the annual Viking Festival, the largest of its kind in Europe.

Warsaw is another historical city with a wide range of attractions, such as the Royal Route with the Presidential Palade, and the Powazki Cemetery, one of the oldest in Europe. The Saxon Gardens and the Royal Baths Park are memorable and lovely, and many visitors enjoy seeing the medieval castles and Romanesque churches in outlying regions such as Mokotow and Ursynow. Marie Curie was also born in Warsaw and the Radium Institute that she founded displays a great deal about her work in the treatment of cancer.

 

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Private Guide in Warsaw - Halina Chudzik

(Member Since 2012) Languages: Polish, English

Hello! Im a licensed city guide in Warsaw and also a professional translator of English and a teacher of English. I have been working as a tour leader in many holiday destinations of southern Europe and North Africa since 1999. Nowadays I concentrate on working in Warsaw as a licensed city guide.

Private Guide in Gdansk

Private Guide in Gdansk - Katherine

(Member Since 2012) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Malbork, Gdansk Languages: English, Polish

Hello World. My name is Katherine, and I am proud to be a Gdansk born citizen. However as a daughter of a sea captain - I was brought up abroad; only to return to Poland just in time to witness the Solidarity movement. Convinced that Poland is one of the most beautiful places on earth, I became a Tour Manager as well as a Tour Guide. This enabled me to show the beauty and charm of this country to whoever wants to see it.

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Private Guide in Gdansk - Malgorzata Andrzejewska-Bancewicz

(Member Since 2013) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Gdansk, Stutthof Languages: English, Polish

I love to guide combining a mixture of entertainment, making history come alive, interesting facts about the present society as well as fun anecdotes about everyday life. I design my excursions to avoid crowds with a focus on local culture, important historical sights and areas of special interest to the cruise passengers such as art, history, shopping or cui

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Private Guide in Gdansk - Malgorzata Mazur

(Member Since 2012) Languages: English, Polish

I was employed in shipbuilding industry and after the collapsing of this branch in Poland I have to change my job. I tried various jobs and finally I passed the special courses as well as a guide trainig and I started my new profession as a guide and tour leader.

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Private Guide in Warsaw - Monika

(Member Since 2015) Languages: polish, english

I am a city guide of Warsaw since middle 2012 and that has been a good and varied time. Also, I have been studying in the same time and I am near to finish my master degree in Painting on Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.

Private Guide in Krakow

Private Guide in Krakow - Krzysztof (Christopher) Skutela (PhD)

(Member Since 2012) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Krakow Languages: english (excellent), german (medium), russian, french (basic)

I invite You to visit different places and to be guided by me on different routes in our interesting region and country. I am 7 years experienced Tour leader/Guide and PhD and I have served to many private tourists and groups from all around the world.

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Guide Licensing Information for Poland

Poland offers a wide range of tourist attractions that are scattered all around the country. There are many natural parks, medieval towns, places associated with modern history and art centers that are worth visiting. That is why there are a lot of tour guides to be found in Poland, nearly all of which are officially licensed. Since Poland makes part of the European Union the licensing regulation and monitoring is very strict and includes substantial fines for those who aren’t able to show a valid license upon request. So it’s very unlikely to find wild tour guides, unless the tours are aimed at general interest topics such as night clubs, shopping or restaurants. 

In order to get a license the applicant has to be a legally adult citizen of Poland or any other EU state, or have a working permit, speak Polish fluently and have knowledge of at least one foreign language. Guide training can be received at many guiding schools and courses all over the country, nearly all of which are authorized by the Polish Ministry of Sports and Tourism. After completing the courses the applicant will have to pass the state exam, which will evaluate their knowledge in culture, history, economics, arts and other domains of Polish life. By passing the exam the guide will get an ID card with their license number, which should be present all the time when rendering guiding services.

Questions about Poland
Hello, I wish to discover the picturesque landscapes which adorn Poland. Which localities do you recommend me to visit? During which season is it best to travel to Poland as to appreciate wildlife? Thank you, Tony
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