What To Expect
More adventurous than risky, Praga has survived the war turmoil and is now an asylum of Warsaw's bohemian culture, blooming with large cultural and housing investments.
Your driver-guide will take you to a trip of your life, showing both forgotten and revitalized places of crafty Warsaw district Praga. As the only district that survived the World War II, Praga is home to many funny and scary stories.
For starters, your tour will begin with Zabkowska Street, where you will pay a visit to the old school's market, one of the last places where you can still experience a bit of Warsaw folklore.
Along the tour, you will be able to see buildings that survived the war. Then, you will explore the post-industrial complex of the former vodka factory Koneser, the Soho Factory area, and the Museum of Neons.
You will get into the cultural melting pot as the trip includes a visit to St. Florian's Cathedral, the Eastern Orthodox Church, and few remains of Jewish culture in that district. You will finish the tour with homemade dishes at an iconic milk bar. A shot of traditional Polish vodka is yet another element that fulfills the tour.
Private local guide
Transport by Fiat 125p
A shot of Polish vodka + snacks on board the Fiat
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
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