Explore Warsaw with your friends (or family) only, in the Coolest Way Possible!
POWERFUL STORYTELLING FOR AN ENGAGING EXPERIENCE
You will hear lots of interesting stories with our guides. Historically accurate, of course!
Interesting stories have the power to ignite a fire within yourself, spiking a hunger for knowledge that you didn’t even know you had!
Interesting stories make you feel like you are the protagonist and leave you with the compelling feeling that you are right in the middle of the action.
THE MOST ORIGINAL WAY TO EXPLORE WARSAW
Hop on our Zuk, an original communist fire truck restored to perfection.
While zooming across Warsaw, we’ll listen to popular songs from pre-war Warsaw and from Polish communist times!
ENTHUSIASTIC ENGLISH SPEAKING GUIDES
Their main goal is to be able to transmit their love for Warsaw to as many people as possible.
The guides are lively, bright and love their job! Their English proficiency is of the highest standard for and it’s easily understandable even if you are not a native English speaker.
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?
The tour focuses on the complicated history of 20th Century – World War II, Warsaw Ghetto, Warsaw Uprising, life under communism. The guide will take you our favourite place to try local Polish food and traditional Polish vodka.
Get to know socialist realism architecture: Palace of Culture and Science and the communist neighbourhood. Discover belle époque streets and hidden pre-war courtyards. Hear the heartbreaking story of Warsaw Jewish ghetto. Check out the original Praga district – a hidden, hip and artistic gem of Warsaw. Try the specialities of Polish cuisine Visit places that tourists don’t usually have a chance to see.
Departure Time: You decide
This tour is available for adults and children taller than 150 centimetres (4,9 ft) only.
English Speaking Guide
Cult Żuk fire van from the communist era
Genuine Polish local food at our favourite eatery
Entrance fees above specified inclusions
WHO ARE WE?
Odd Urban Things is the main web magazine for travellers (and expats) in Warsaw.