This is for a trip we are taking in September. We have 3 nights (2 full days) in Warsaw as a transit stop between two legs of our tour.
We'll be spending one day with our time split between the Warsaw Uprising Museum and the POLIN museum. That will be our second full day in Warsaw. For our first full day, I'd like to book a private tour to see the major Old Town sites, the ghetto areas and, more importantly, just get a chance to talk with someone as we walk around - about Warsaw history, food, architecture and more.
The tour has to be car-supported because, although I can and will walk up to 5km, it's hard given my health issues and I appreciate cutting as much mileage as possible. I know that many sites are walkable in Warsaw and I envision some walking - but I want to ride in a car where I can. I'm trying to avoid public transit in favor of a car because, while it often seems like a good option, I find that the walking to the public transit sites and from the public transit sites adds enough mileage to the day that my injury pain takes over and really wrecks my day.
I had picked out a guide that seemed like a good fit for us but it turns out he's already booked! I've looked at all the typical guide sites but would love it if someone here had a personal recommendation.