Taste of Warsaw from $20846pp / 3 -night stay

inclusive of

  • Hotel in Warsaw
  • Taste of Warsaw Tour
  • Roundtrip Airport Transfer

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Taste of Warsaw Tour



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(based on 135 reviews)

"Extremely informative and interesting trip which was conducted extremely proffessional."



  • English Speaking guide
  • Transportation with the classic van from the communist era
  • Drink at the local pub (vodka or coffee)
  • Lunch in the local eatery

The Taste of Warsaw Package will let you see life in the capital as a local - with tours, door-to-door airport transfers, 24-hour emergency line support, a low-price guarantee, and personally verified hotel!

Small Groups

We keep our groups small, so the visit
is more personal and comfortable

Guided tour

Licensed, English Speaking Guide

All tickets included

All entrance tickets are included in the price

Book on-line & pay now or later

You're free to pay the way you like, up-front or locally to our staff

What you'll see

On your 1-day Taste of Warsaw Tour, you will see the city from a local's perspective! After we pick you up from your accommodation, we will explore the former Jewish ghetto area, Chlodna street wooden footbridge memorial, and Nowolipie street (do not worry if you are unfamiliar with the names, you will be after the tour). You will also have a chance to enter the communist era of social realism and see the Palace of Culture and Constitution Square (there, you will find out about amazing pubs that locals love).

After having seen the central part of Warsaw, you will be hungry, so, a stop for food will be necessary. A 'milk bar' was established during the communist era when food was scarce. Its name refers to the primarily vegetarian cuisine that was available during the communist era, however, currently, you will also find meat products that are all the rage in Poland (read: good ol’ home-cookin’).

After we eat, we will enter the Praga neighbourhood of Warsaw. Once seen as unsafe and sketchy, now it is an essential part of the city, with various hip pubs and great places to get food. Praga came out of the Second World War rather intact, so that is why, at the current moment, it is the oldest part of Warsaw. Before the war, Praga was an industrial part of the town. You will see old Jewish bath houses, former dormitories, and much more at this part of the journey.

After all is done, we will drop you off at your hotel. Remember that some vans may not have seatbelts or air conditioning, as it was not mandatory during the communist times. The vans may break down, but we have that under control.

We prepare your itinerary according to our guides' availability and your convenience.
This way we guarantee you the most comfortable tour experience.

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