“It is absolutely inconceivable how two genius abilities became united in Chopin, the greatest melodist and the most original master of harmony” – N. Rimsky-Korsakov
Żelazowa Wola is a village on the Utrata River in the Mazovian Voivodship, about 60 km (37 miles) west of Warsaw. The village is the birthplace of Frederic Chopin – world famous pianist and composer. It is known for its picturesque Mazovian landscape, and numerous winding streams surrounded by willows and hillocks. A museum devoted to Chopin is located in the preserved annex of the former manor of the Chopin family, surrounded by a beautiful park. Beautifully renovated nearby Brochow church was the place where little Frederic was baptised.
related tour in Warsaw: click here to see: Warsaw – Frederic Chopin home town
ROUTE: The tour starts in Warsaw with car transfer to Brochów church, then followed by Żelazowa Wola – a museum devoted to Chopin located in the preserved annex of the former manor of the Chopin family, surrounded by a beautiful park. In summer, oper-air piano recitals of Chopin’s music are performed by pianists from all over the world (available free of charge from May till the end of September on Sundays at 12.00 and 15.00). Return to Warsaw. Optional lunch en route possible (not included in the tour fee).