Program of the tour:
During this tour we go back in time and show you less known places in Warsaw which are not so easy to find and where you can feel the spirit of this city and get to know interesting facts about its history.
In Praga district you can see what Warsaw was like before the last war, as this district suffered much less during WWII. Here, around Targowa Street, trade and industry used to be concentrated. Our trip will begin in New Praga, the area of Inżynierska and Wileńska Streets, where we will discover tenement houses and old factories. Here, in Mała street, Polanski shot “The Pianist”. In this part of the city you can also admire beautiful street art.
Then we will stop near St. Mary Magdalene Orthodox Church, tell you the story of Warsaw zoo and continue along Jagiellońska street to see the statue of Praga Orchestra, the former Jewish mikvah and the remnants of a synagogue. Next step will be Ząbkowska, famous for its bars and night life. Here we will discover numerous chapels from the time of the war in the gates and we will go for a walk in Różycki market – once you could get anything here, even a tank!
We can include in this tour one of the following museums:
- Neon museum
- Koneser – first Polish vodka museum set up in the former vodka factory
Price of a 2-3-hour walking tour – 500 PLN per group
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