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Warsaw’s Wild Side Walking Tour with Local Food Samples

by Urban Adventures Limited
per adult Price is $90
Duration: {0} Duration: 4h Free Cancellation Free Cancellation No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English

Highlights

Fascinating exploration of the bohemian neighborhood, Praga

Neon Muzeum with Poland's fascinating Cold War-era signage

Glimpses of storied tenement houses with 19th-century charm

Artistic district's past from 19th century through communism

Tasting of Warsaw treats like potato dumplings & beef stew

Highlights

Fascinating exploration of the bohemian neighborhood, Praga

Neon Muzeum with Poland's fascinating Cold War-era signage

Glimpses of storied tenement houses with 19th-century charm

Artistic district's past from 19th century through communism

Tasting of Warsaw treats like potato dumplings & beef stew

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2:00 PM, Tour in English, includes Food Only

Duration 4h

Live Commentary in English.

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Total price is $89.67, taxes included

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Warsaw’s Wild Side Walking Tour with Local Food Samples

Activity Location

Praga

Warsaw

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • In front of Pijalnia Czekolady E. Wedel (Chocolate shop in little white building)

    Jana Zamoyskiego 36, Rogatka,

    Warszawa 03-801


Description

Your Warsaw adventure begins in front of the oldest chocolate factory in Poland. Ideal souvenirs for your loved ones can be found right here! We’ll stop for a cup of hot, dense chocolate to keep our energy levels up for the day ahead.

Walking into the most historical parts of the district, you’ll spot little pieces of art: murals, statues, and even art projects done by children from the neighbourhood.

As we explore, you’ll see remnants of the past, and the multicultural character of the Praga district: the Polish-Russian spirit distilling factory, former Jewish bath house and their hall of residence, and the domes of the Orthodox church next to the pinnacles of the Catholic cathedral.

We’ll also travel in time: from the oldest tenement houses on Zabkowska Street, through to the longest block of flats in Warsaw featuring typical architecture from the communist period, to the post-industrial buildings that have been converted into uptown lofts and new investments around Port Praski.

We’ll stroll down Zabkowska Street, the main artery of old Praga, with houses that date back 150 years. This street is unique in Warsaw, as most of the historical architecture on the left riverbank was destroyed by the Nazis after the Warsaw Uprising.

From time to time we will stop to grab some tasty local specialities and learn why some treats are served in jars, and you’ll have a chance to try traditional Polish tatar, as well as pyzy and flaki. We’ll wash it down with a sip of Polish vodka or Oranzada, a sweet drink beloved by children from the ‘80s.

One very important part of Praga’s past was the bazaars. There are plenty of stories about the times when you couldn’t find anything in the shops in Poland — but you could find everything in Rozyckiego Market. We’ll pass by the market and chat about this part of Praga’s soul.

We’ll finish our walk in a great panoramic spot of Warsaw Old Town. From here you can, by foot, head back to the city centre or enjoy the nightlife on the riverbank.


Inclusions

  • Guided walking tour of Warsaw

  • Admission to Neon Muzeum

  • Local food samples and drinks

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Exclusions

  • Meals and beverages not listed in Inclusions


Know Before You Book

  • Children 5 and younger are complimentary.

  • Maximum group size is 12 people.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.


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