Gosia Nowicka

Avid traveler, but also born and bred Varsovian who enjoys seeing Warsaw from a tourist perspective – and rightly so, some might say (she is a native of the city’s southern district Ursynów, which is over 10 km from the center). Her dream is to turn her love for Warsaw into a full-time job. In the meantime, she translates, holds workshops on Jewish heritage in Poland and plays part-time substitute mother to a group of American students.

  • Beata is a class apart. She took a disparate group of many nationalities and turned us into a single entity; all in search of her knowledge. The tour lasts a couple of hours, goes in a flash and covers parts of the Old Town which you would never find on your own. If you visit this city, here is where you start.

    - Jaketjeff, TripAdvisor user
  • Brilliant Beata! Saw this trip on this website and thought we would give it a go as it's technically free! Beata was brilliant full of information and able to answer all questions that were asked! The emotional side of how 85% of the city was demolished and rebuilt made you realise there was a heart to this city! Such a good trip it's deserved every Zloty that we gave her at the end of this 2.5 hour informative and humourous tour!

    - Pete P, TripAdvisor user