DURATION: 4 hours
START: 12 noon
PRICE: 290 PLN per person - all of the food included
This tour does not run on Sundays
Want to truly experience Warsaw? Looking for something more interesting and informative than the usual tour? Look no further and let us introduce you to the best in Polish food and drink, whist also showing you the real Warsaw.
We will take you to our best markets, traditional bakeries, restaurants, coffee house and bars.You will get to taste our meat, dumplings, soups, breads and deserts while drinking the best coffee and moonshine in the city. This tour is not just an education in Polish food and drink, but a chance to really understand Warsaw's social history and our people.
You will be picked up at around 12.00 noon (exact time will be shown on your tour ticket) from your hotel by our guide driving our unique red communist fire van. Travelling with this exeptional vehicle you will be able to experience much more than during the walking tour! The first stop will be a little pastry shop located in an old tenement house where you will be served a Polish traditional donut, called pączek ['pounchek]. Then your guide will take you to the local farmers' market to taste some of great Polish specialities like: Polish sausage, pickled cucumbers and cabbage, smoked fish, lovely Polish bread and a traditional soft drink. You will have to squeeze with the locals and wait in lines to get your bits. That is why our tour is unique - it takes you to the places where no other tour agency would take you to. Next stop will be at a local eatery which serves deliciuos Polish soups - you have to try one called żurek [zhurek]. It is made according to one of the oldest recipies known in Poland. While visiting our country there is at least one more must-eat thing - Polish dumplings. To get the best pierogi in Warsaw one has to drive across the Vistula river and experience Praga district. Our guide will take you to two local brasseries where you will taste two kinds of Polish dumlings - pyzy and classic pierogi. Another must-discover Praga's secrets is locally made vodka - you have to try it!